In the video clip below, Lytro founder Ren Ng discusses and ‘shows’ (story-telling ‘discovery’ photos) the intersection of science and art via Lytro’s new revolutionary camera. ProCamera Blog readers may recall our Jan 26 post — Steve Jobs’ Vision for iPhotography. In one of his last business meetings, Jobs met with Ren Ng and asked…
The team here at ProCamera are major fans of Nicki Fitz-Gerald and her inspiring blog iPhoneographycentral.com. Nicki’s site is home to numerous mobile photography tutorials by talented artists and hosts many thousands of truly amazing iPhotos. In a recent (May 5th) post – Why I love ProCamera, Nicki Fitz-Gerald follows-up to her earlier (Nov 2011) ProCamera tutorial…
“The best camera is the one you have with you.” Talented mobile photographer Grace Brignolle is by no means a star stalking pararazzi, but she always carries her iPhone 4S and happened to be in the right place at the right time to capture this shot (below) of mega star Charlize Theron out and about in New York City.
All we can say is “wow!” The Golden Gate Bridge just turned 75 (Sunday, May 27, 2012) years young and she celebrated in style. A flotilla of boats were out on San Francisco Bay to take in the birthday fireworks extravaganza. It was spectacular! Have a look at the time-lapse video (below) The Golden Gate…
Talented Australian iPhonographer Oliver Lang uses ProCamera 3.5.5 to capture his mobile photos. In a May 1st, 2012 video clip (click ‘continue reading’ to view video) Lang provides a brief tutorial on ‘how to use’ ProCamera app and he also talks about the Mobile Photography Group which he co-founded.
Today’s ProCamera Shot of the Day was captured by Mr. Jmo, an iPhoneographer from Sacramento, CA.
Today’s ProCamera Shot of the Day #5 — Autumn, was taken March 19, 2012 by talented iPhotographer Justine King. You can see more of Justine’s work on Flickr.
Autumn was taken at Blue Mountains National Park, New South Wales, Australia. The park is located within the Southern Highlands.
Today’s Google doodle honors Robert Doisneau a famed Parisian street photographer. Doisneau was born April 14, 1912 and passed on in 1994. He would have been 100 today.
In the 1930s Doisneau used a Leica Camera on the streets of Paris. Doisneau and his friend Henri Cartier-Bresson were early pioneers of mobile photography.
Today’s ProCamera shot of the day, Polar Beach Dancer, comes from Graceiee B aka Grace Brignolle.
Nice views of the Swiss Alps can be seen during this serene para-ski-glide sojourn.