San Diego’s official 4th of July fireworks show ended almost before it started. Due to ‘technical difficulties’ (three simultaneous premature ‘pyro’jaculations), all of city’s waterfront fireworks accidentally ‘went off’ at the same time. Boom! Boom! Boom! Done! Show over in 15 seconds … That’s all folks! Here’s one photo of the big bang captured by…Details
The trendiest new tech toy may soon be wearable computer glasses from Google that augment the wearer’s reality via the power of the Web. These high tech specs would allow users to access tools such as Google Maps, Video Chat and enables the capture (yes, it takes pictures) and sharing of photos and videos with friends on Google+.Details
We resisted as long as we could … but no more. Time to join iPhone 5 rumor parade. It is likely that a new model iPhone 5 (or whatever the ‘next gen’ iPhone will be called) will be released around October 2012, and curious minds want to know what to expect … inside and out.
A question that we often get at ProCamera is “how do I delete photos from the app?” ProCamera has direct integration with the native (Apple) photo library built-in to your iPhone. Consequently, ProCamera users need to open “photos” on the iPhone and delete the photos there. This is easy to do by following a few…Details
On a recent trip to Hong Kong, I realized that my iPhone camera simply wouldn’t ‘cut it’ for those amazing skyline shots across Victoria Harbor. It was that moment when I first fantasized about popping on a special telephoto iPhone lens (concept) that might do justice to long distance, wide-panorama shots. The fact is that…Details
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…Details