We are excited to bring you “In Focus” – a series that explores what happens when creative professionals and ProCamera come together. Visual artist Lance Hewison has directed the first episode featuring Berlin-based street photographer Martin U Waltz. Come explore the streets of Berlin with us.
On August 21 2017, millions of people across the United States will be able to see a total eclipse of the Sun. We compiled a list of tips on how to best capture this special event with an iPhone.
Turning a unique moment into a physical object is always special. Not only can you preserve a beautiful instant, you may also share it with family and friends. Using the Polaroid Zip is a fun and easy way to get little instant prints directly from your iPhone…
Being a group of people that works with and enjoys the iPhone camera 7 days a week, you can imagine that we are really excited every time a new generation is released. In this post we will collect our first tests and impressions over the course of the day.
Happy holidays to all our ProCamera users! Our latest update sees the return of the QR Code Scanner, EXIF Viewer and manual saving. We’ve also refined the focus and exposure (F/E) locking system, making it faster than ever.
Magenta Bug Update #1 Monday 17 December 2013 Thank you to the users that have contacted us about the magenta bug. Through extensive testing we’ve identified that the bug is related to the exposure lock control on the iPhone 5S. We have also found that the bug occurs in other camera replacement apps that provide…
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！
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.
Our friend Mark Hampton brought us a great idea the HiLO Lens. We love it and are supporting the project.
HiLO Lens is a fresh idea for iPhone and iPad photography. The HiLO Lens is a right angle lens that redirects the camera view, in a similar way to the swivel/rotating screen found on modern digital cameras. The project is being funded on Kickstarter now. HiLO Lens has already reached the initial funding goal on Kickstarter so join them now to be one of the first people to try out a new angle on iPhoneography. Check out their Kickstarter video below…
Today we’re kicking off a regular ProCamera Spotlight feature highlighting talented photographers who are using ProCamera as part of their creative process.