We’re excited to announce the winner of our first ever Night Photography Contest to celebrate the release of ProCamera 3.8.
I was very excited to get my hands on the iPhone 5 this morning.
After unboxing, the most obvious thing to do was snap some pictures with ProCamera. With similar lenses and sensors, I was interested to see if there were any visible differences between the iPhone 4S and the new iPhone 5 cameras. Here is a quick overview of the technical specifications of the two phones. The differences are bolded.
Today’s ProCamera ‘shot of the day’ was captured by talented iPhoneographer LauraBot from Hitchin, England. A select number of Laura’s iPhotos (Free Bird Photography) are on exhibit at The Gallery On The Corner in Battersea Park, London. Ask to see ‘The Pixel Edition.’ You can also find a number of Laura’s photos via tumblr
Eric Kim is a renowned mobile photographer who captures and creates superb photos using his iPhone 4S and a select few photography apps. Kim is also a ProCamera user and fan. A recent post on Kim’s blog (authored by Misho Baranovic), 10 New Tips How to Master Shooting Street Photography With the iPhone, sums up…
In the spirit of day … here is a blissful sunset iPhoto taken on Mother’s Day by mobile photographer Nicholas Corsalini from Delray Beach.
Talented Australian iPhonographer Oliver Lang uses ProCamera 3.5.5 to capture his mobile photos. In a May 1st, 2012 video clip (click ‘continue reading’ to view video) Lang provides a brief tutorial on ‘how to use’ ProCamera app and he also talks about the Mobile Photography Group which he co-founded.
Today’s ProCamera Shot of the Day was captured by Mr. Jmo, an iPhoneographer from Sacramento, CA.
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 website
Renowned photographer and world traveler, Teri Lou Dantzler, finds a way to capture the beauty and cultural niceties of the people and places she visits. She recently had her passport stamped in Iceland, Nepal, and South East Asia and applied her iPhoto artistry in each land. Teri Lou has embraced iPhoneography and now exclusively uses iOS apps…
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,…