On April 5th, the inaugural Mobile Photography Awards took place in San Francisco. The photos remain on display at the Arthaus Gallery. The awards/exhibit are the brain child of iPhoneographer Daniel Berman, who was inspired to bring the mobile photography phenomenon out of the digital world and into actual ‘brick-and-mortar’ galleries. Berman’s initiative has been met…Details
“For the last several weeks, I’ve downloaded over a dozen camera and video apps for the iPhone, and though each has something unique to offer, I was particularly interested in finding the most practical camera app that would address the limitations of Apple’s built-in camera app. As of this week, I think I’ve found it – Jens Daemgen’s ProCamera.”Details
On March 16, 2012, The Daily App Show highlighted a few of ProCamera’s capabilities in a video review. Please note that this short demo focused primarily on “photo capture” functions and did not cover “video capture” and left out illustration of many important ProCamera features/functions, including ProCamera’s superb editing tools: ProLab, ProCut and ProFX (see image…Details
The AppMinute’s Sam Levin reviews ProCamera via his podcast. Please note that this podcast (audio only) was made in Feb 2011 and ProCamera has added many new features/functions since that date. ProCamera version 3.5.5 now includes: Video Zoom, HD Video, Volume Trigger, QR Code Reader and much more. Sam Levin looks at ProCamera from daemgen.net. Turn your iPhone…Details
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.