Well known tech blogger Om Malik has enthusiastically joined the iPhoneography parade. In a post today, Malik focuses on the key reason why iPhone camera will win the day … convenience! For me, that convenience comes wrapped inside the iPhone 4S. … I am just one of those weird people who likes taking photos with my iPhone 4S,…Details
In the video below, uploaded Feb 2012, Mark from HDHat.com demos use of ProCamera app for capturing video. While ProCamera can do much more than the demo illustrates, Mark does a nice job of showing ProCamera’s easy adjustment of focus, saturation, brightness and ProCamera’s video zoom capabilities.
Photos captured via smartphones now dominate uploads on photography and social media sites. Further, as ProCamera outlined in our November 23 post, The evolution and popularity of iPhoneography, iPhone models are leading the way and we believe that ProCamera app (3.5.1) is contributing in many positive and creative ways.Details
ProCamera has now finalized tabulations from all sources — social media (Likes and Retweets) and our own judging panel, and we have chosen our iPhotography contest #2 winners. One half of the judging (50% of the vote) came via social media popularity and the remaining 50% from our panel. It was not easy to pick a winner as each finalist’s iPhoto was artistic and worthy of an award.Details
iPhoneographer Gesine von Prittwitz has the good fortune to have an apartment with a view. She is a fan of ProCamera but uses a variety of apps to shoot iPhotos from her roof terrace. Gesine has set up a blog “Himmel über Steglitz” (Wings of Steglitz) where she has many different photos of her view. Gesine’s sunset…Details