Since December 9th, mobile photographers have been sharing their interpretations of the concept of Simplicity on EyeEm in our “Shots of the Year 2014” Exhibition. Each day new photos are added.
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!
The photos below were created by photographer and evidently skilled ‘choreographer’ Craig Alan. Using people as pixels, Craig created grand scale aerial portraits of mega stars — Monore, Elvis, Hepburn and Michael, et. al. Aligning easily distracted volunteers into the exact right place and time is no small feat. Think ‘herding cats,’ and you pretty much get the idea. Read more about Craig Alan and his artistry.
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
As reported last week, the new ‘resolutionary’ iPad sports a five (5) megapixel camera with many optical enhancements. See full iPad specs. To showcase the camera’s capability, Apple assembled a portfolio of photos and videos taken with the new high resolution iPad camera. Here are a few of the shots (reduced in size) that Apple made available to the public.
A recent New York Times article — Apple Loophole Gives Developers Access to your Photos, highlighted an iOS privacy concern that ProCamera would like to address.