Here’s an iPhoto captured as Santa was schussing to his North Pole hideaway. And another of Santa with his newest helper. Both were edited using ProCamera’s ProLab.
It’s no surprise to ProCamera, but it is still rather stunning to read (NPD study) that more than one-quarter (25%+) of all photos and videos are now taken using smartphone cameras. It’s also no surprise that > iPhone is leading the way
Update 12/20: ProCamera v-3.5 has been approved by Apple and is now available for download on iTunes! Jens Daemgen and the team of developers at ProCamera have been working diligently on the latest updates to ProCamera. Our latest version (3.5) has now been approved by the App Store review team. ProCamera 3.5 is a major update…Details
Daemgen.net announces a major ProCamera update, version 3.5, and a price-drop to $1.99 for the upcoming holiday season. Mannheim, December 20, 2011 – As a holiday gift to worldwide iPhoneography fans, ProCamera releases a major update – version 3.5. Continuing in the holiday spirit, ProCamera announces a promotional price drop to $1.99 (from $2.99). NOTE: Apple…Details
ProCamera is actively looking to promote your iPhoneography talents by way of tutorials. We’d love to showcase your work by showing “before and after” iPhotos and then walking our readers through the step-by-step process you used to create your iPhoto. Many artistic iPhotos are made using a variety of apps; however, any app tutorials we publish should make use of ProCamera, in at least one of the many ways it can be used.Details
Hey ProCamera and iPhotography Fans, it’s time for our next contest! … Holiday Season Upload your favorite iPhotos to join our monthly ProCamera Flickr contest! Winning photos will be published on February 17th 2012 on our blog, via our social media outlets and in some cases, in our publications. Winners will receive generous iTunes gift awards…Details