ProCamera HD, our custom designed app for the iPad, has been completely overhauled and optimized for iOS 8. But that’s not all… We have also packed this update with a lot of great new features for editing, viewing, and organizing your photos. To thank you for your support, we have also included 2 free filter packs.
We are very exicted to announce that ProCamera HD for iPad is now completely re-designed for iOS 7 and full featured advanced editing, video capture, Night Camera, TIFF file format, histogram, capture formats and much more!
Last Day to enter the ProCamera iPad Photo contest.
It’s been a big week for iPad photography with a two of our competitors following our lead and releasing iPad photography apps.
Here is the 2nd tutorial for ProCamera HD from The App Whisperer, written by Misho Baranovic, who is the ideal mentor for teaching people how to use iPhone to take great images. In this tutorial, you will see how wonderful iPad photos can be, and the methods to take those wonderful photos.
Among all the excitements of iPhone 5 announcements, Cocologics’ CEO Jens Daemgen is in San Francisco to release the update of ProCamera HD, the first full-featured camera app for iPad. The launch price-drop for ProCamera HD will continue for a limited time.
Our friends at The App Whisperer posted a nice tutorial for ProCamera HD, written by David Hayes: Recently the first ‘serious’ iPad focused camera app launched in the Apple App Store. ProCamera HD packs a punch, laden with excellent camera features, including exposure and white balance, manual control for focus points and a lot more besides.…
Cocologics, the ProCamera team, is pleased to release ProCamera HD for iPad. It lets users get the most out of their iPad camera for both photos and videos!
As reported last week, the new ‘resolutionary’ iPad sports a five (5) megapixel camera with many optical enhancements. See full iPad specs. To showcase the camera’s capability, Apple assembled a portfolio of photos and videos taken with the new high resolution iPad camera. Here are a few of the shots (reduced in size) that Apple made available to the public.
The “resolutionary” new iPad was unveiled by Apple CEO Tim Cook at today’s Apple Special Event, and there is much for iPhotography fans to like.