Our friends at The App Whisperer posted a nice tutorial for ProCamera HD, written by David Hayes:
Recently the first ‘serious’ iPad focused camera app launched in the Apple App Store. ProCamera HD packs a punch, laden with excellent camera features, including exposure and white balance, manual control for focus points and a lot more besides. In this tutorial, David Hayes, talks us through the basics, so you can become more familar with this app, install it on your iPad 3 and get shooting.
Foreword by Joanne Carter
Using my iPad as a camera? An interesting thought…at least that was one I had when I first got my iPad 2. A thought that quickly was put to the backburner after I realized the poor quality of the camera…and how awkward it is to use “camera-style”. Okay, maybe as a “large format” camera…mounted on a tripod or if I need a grab a quick shot when I couldn’t get to my iPhone…but the camera quality was still a sticking point.
With all this said…I have to admit that my mind has been changed, for the better. First, I finally was able to upgrade to an iPad 3 whose camera is far better than its predecessor’s and now by Cocologics’s newProCamera HD camera/video app for the iPad 3. They’ve taken their great iPhone app and reconfigured it to take full advantage of the iPad. With this app you now have the capability to take some high quality images using your iPad 3.
Read the whole tutorial here.