Nice views of the Swiss Alps can be seen during this serene para-ski-glide sojourn.
The ProCamera Team is pleased to announce the release of ProCamera Update 3.5.5. Improvements and fixes in this latest update include: Restoration of social media photo sharing. You can now quickly and easily upload your ProCamera created iPhotos to Facebook, Twitter, Dropbox, and Flickr — individually or in bulk. ProCamera’s Volume Trigger (shooting photos via the…Details
Quick! Someone get Jony Ive (Apple’s SVP of Industrial Design) on his iPhone. Camera fans love the improved optics in their iPhone 4S, but this new iPhone Pro is made for camera enthusiasts and features an adaptor for easy installation of DSLR lenses. The iPhone Pro includes a beam projector and may take advantage of new 3D camera systems (coming soon to iDevices?). The iPhone Pro “concept” model is of course the product of designer Choi Jinyoung’s imagination. Yet it gives photographers reason to dream. What was that line from Mick Jagger? “You can’t always get what you want. But if try sometimes, you just might find… the iPhone Pro.”Details
Do you reside in Northern California and have an interest in learning iPhotography from A to Z? Talented iPhonegraphers Teri Lou Dantzler and co-instructor Harry Sandler are delivering a 4-day iPhone/iPad iPhoneography workshop in Napa on April 5th, 2012. For more info, please visit The Last Pixel Show.Details
Are 3-D cameras coming to Apple iDevices? It is hard to say whether this is just forward-thinking Apple engineers tinkering away on futuristic camera technology … or something to be deployed in next generation iPhones and iPads? Whether its now (soonish) or later, 3-D is certainly something intriguing for iCamera enthusiasts to ponder.Details
Pioneering iPhoneographer, Jack Hollingsworth, recently delivered a one hour presentation at the Austin Barton Creek Apple Store. Jack (@photojack on Twitter) posted his full presentation slide show, replete with his many wonderful iPhotos, on his websiteDetails