We’ve just released ProCamera 4.0 on the AppStore. The update is packed with over a dozen new photo, editing, video and sharing features to take your creativity to the next level!
We’re excited to announce the winner of our first ever Night Photography Contest to celebrate the release of ProCamera 3.8.
New ProCamera 3.8 Photo App Includes ISO Boost mode button, High Quality JPEGS and Improved Histogram
The ProCamera 3.8 update is now available on the App Store.
So what new? First we’ve made it iPhone 5 compatible, using the extra space to add a shiny new display for the histogram and live readings.
Speaking of the histogram it’s been made much more accurate. Now the number of red warning squares is proportional to the amount of highlight/shadow clipping.
Image copyright Koci Hernandez Multimedia journalist and Berkley associate professor Richard ‘Koci’ Hernandez, talking to CNN iReport, recommends using ProCamera to take control over your focus and exposure when shooting with your smartphone. Thanks for the shout-out Koci, we’re all big fans of your work here at ProCamera. You can read Koci’s 11 other…
Cocologics, the ProCamera team, is pleased to release ProCamera HD for iPad. It lets users get the most out of their iPad camera for both photos and videos!
Cocologics, the development team behind ProCamera app, has just launched a new QR/Datamatrix code reader — Barcode app! This new app can quickly/easily scan codes and send data directly to your iPhone.
ProCamera app is proud to add our support to the 2012 LA Mobile Arts Festival, the first-ever mobile arts exhibition, featuring interactive mobile artistry. Dozens of award-winning iPhoneographers will showcase their work at the Southern California Festival, which will be held August 18 through 25 at the historic Santa Monica Airplane Hangar located at: 3026 Airport Ave in Santa Monica. The Hangar is just a frisbee toss from the waves, sand and Silicon Beach — a new hub for mobile app and technology development.
The trendiest new tech toy may soon be wearable computer glasses from Google that augment the wearer’s reality via the power of the Web. These high tech specs would allow users to access tools such as Google Maps, Video Chat and enables the capture (yes, it takes pictures) and sharing of photos and videos with friends on Google+.
We resisted as long as we could … but no more. Time to join iPhone 5 rumor parade. It is likely that a new model iPhone 5 (or whatever the ‘next gen’ iPhone will be called) will be released around October 2012, and curious minds want to know what to expect … inside and out.
On a recent trip to Hong Kong, I realized that my iPhone camera simply wouldn’t ‘cut it’ for those amazing skyline shots across Victoria Harbor. It was that moment when I first fantasized about popping on a special telephoto iPhone lens (concept) that might do justice to long distance, wide-panorama shots. The fact is that…