Raw capture and editing opens up a whole new area for iPhone photography. Based on the feedback in the last couple of days, it seems like you are just as excited about the new possibilities of RAW in ProCamera as we are.
Our third ProCamera Spotlight feature is a special one. Shuhei Umeda has been an amazingly passionate tester and his feedback is always thought-through. He has also suggested many new features, while fighting against Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), a long-term autoimmune disorder. The ProCamera team would like to show our support to him: 頑張ってください！
For our second ProCamera Spotlight feature we’re highlighting the amazing work of travel blogger and photographer Jen Pollack Bianco.
Day three was spent visiting slum areas in urban Delhi. It was a very difficult place to visit, there was rubbish everywhere and the smell was awful. But we were warmly welcomed by the people who lived in the slums. People who spend most days surviving day to day by begging and rag-picking.
We’re excited to announce the winner of our first ever Night Photography Contest to celebrate the release of ProCamera 3.8.
We’re very proud to announce that ProCamera is an official partner of this year’s Mobile Photo Awards (the MPAs).
The MPAs, now in their second year, strive to find and showcase the best mobile photography on the planet. For them, and us, mobile photography is real photography and deserves to be hung on the wall alongside other forms of the medium.
I’m very pleased to announce the release of ProCamera Version 3.7. The update has a swag of new features, giving photographers even more professional control over their shooting process.
Here’s what’s new:
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.
A question that we often get at ProCamera is “how do I delete photos from the app?” ProCamera has direct integration with the native (Apple) photo library built-in to your iPhone. Consequently, ProCamera users need to open “photos” on the iPhone and delete the photos there. This is easy to do by following a few…
The video clip below offers a short but effective demo of how to use ProCamera, including: adjusting focus, setting exposure, changing white balance, using Video Zoom, and using ‘tap screen’ to take photos. The reviewer, John from ASR, also shows how to use ProCamera’s ProLab and ProFX to enhance your iPhotos. Since this review was made,…