Explore the colorful Art Deco architecture in Miami Beach. The tropical travel photos were shot using ProCamera’s Auto Perspective Correct feature.
Exposure bracketing is a proven technique that ensures proper exposure even in difficult lighting situations…
How to turn one component from an old computer into a powerful macro lens for your smartphone…
In yet another free update, we introduce one of the most requested features: Portrait Mode. The new version also brings Depth Editing, Album Selector enhancements, iOS 12 support, and a lot more!
Wouldn’t it be great to take photos with your iPhone underwater? Grab your snorkel and come with us! We put an iPhone loaded with ProCamera inside an underwater housing and jumped into the Mediterranean Sea.
In ProCamera, you can now save photos and videos to three different save locations. Camera Roll, Lightbox, Private Lightbox – let’s see when and why changing the file location is a great advantage.
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.