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.
We’re excited to announce the winner of our first ever Night Photography Contest to celebrate the release of ProCamera 3.8.
We are very excited to finally announce the winners of the first ever ProCamera iPad Photography Contest.
Over the 10 day contest we received over 100 entries from all around the world. It’s clear that people are embracing the iPad coupled with ProCamera HD as a real camera!
Ok, so without further delay, the grand prize winner, taking home a brand new iPad Mini is…
Today we’re kicking off a regular ProCamera Spotlight feature highlighting talented photographers who are using ProCamera as part of their creative process.
Image copyright Koci Hernandez Multimedia journalist and Berkley associate professor Richard ‘Koci’ Hernandez, talking to CNN iReport, recommends using ProCamera to take control over your focus and exposure when shooting with your smartphone. Thanks for the shout-out Koci, we’re all big fans of your work here at ProCamera. You can read Koci’s 11 other…
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:
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…
TNW Apps just named their Best Photography Apps for iPhone, and ProCamera is at the top of their list: Procamera is a nice alternative to Camera+. It’s a bit pricier but I like the immediacy of its interface a bit more than Camera+, which makes you wade through some attractive but unnecessary screens to get…
ProCamera app was recently reviewed by Cult of Mac contributor Giles Turnbull. You can read Turnbull’s full ProCamera review on Cult of Mac. Here (below) are a couple of snipets.
In comparison to rival app Camera+ … “ProCamera is – at least on my iPhone 4 – noticeably faster.”
“One thing ProCamera does well is separating the camera mode from the edit mode and the settings mode. Yes, ‘settings mode’. That’s what I call it, anyway. There are so many different settings and prefs (it is a Pro camera after all), that they are sensibly tucked out of sight.”
“What ProCamera offers is a decent degree of manual control – about as much as you’re going to get from an iPhone camera. You have command of the focus, exposure and, to some degree, white balance. All of these are done with simple on-screen buttons that don’t get in the way when composing a shot.”
“When you’re not in shooting mode, a camera icon always sits at the top-right corner, so you can jump back into it any time. The edit functions are nicely done, although tucked away. From shooting mode, you have to tap the ‘PRO’ button, then ‘Album & Studios’, then another icon with a paintbrush on it, then one of the options it calls up.”