We asked Lindy and Roy who are part of our ProCamera support staff to tell us more about their life as digital nomads. Let’s hear how to bridge the gap between mobile photography and a mobile workplace.
The new iPhone 12 Pro was released today and we took it for a first test drive. Finally getting to test ProCamera on a brand new iPhone is always exciting – and this year’s release doesn’t disappoint!
You might be familiar with the stunning street photography of Martin U Waltz from our first In Focus episode, where he took to the streets of Berlin equipped with ProCamera. Now we asked him to try out our new Auto Perspective Correct feature in the concrete jungle…
We are excited to bring you “In Focus” – a series that explores what happens when creative professionals and ProCamera come together. Visual artist Lance Hewison has directed the first episode featuring Berlin-based street photographer Martin U Waltz. Come explore the streets of Berlin with us.
Go on a virtual mini-vacation to the English countryside: ProCamera user Mark Allen went on a photography trip to the Lake District and came back with a beautiful series of calming landscape photos.
On August 21 2017, millions of people across the United States will be able to see a total eclipse of the Sun. We compiled a list of tips on how to best capture this special event with an iPhone.
For this guest article, we invited visual artist and art educator Lance Hewison to talk about his approach to creative mobile photography. Let’s join him on a trip to the city of Heidelberg.
A few weeks ago, we started a photo experiment in collaboration with C 41 Magazine. The idea behind the project was to give 5 strangers from different backgrounds an iPhone with ProCamera and see what they come up with…
In this guest video tutorial you can learn a lot about professional landscape photography and the useful tools ProCamera provides for that.
Being able to control focus and exposure independently allows you to really control the look of your photo. Controlling the focus gives you ultimate control over which part of the image you’d like to be sharp and controlling the exposure greatly expands the creative possibilites over your photos.