For those that have EyeEm installed you will find the new icon (bottom right) on the Share screen in the Camera Roll or Lightbox. Here’s a quick guide: Continue reading
Support & Manual
We are very exicted to announce that ProCamera HD for iPad is now completely re-designed for iOS 7 and full featured advanced editing, video capture, Night Camera, TIFF file format, histogram, capture formats and much more! Continue reading
This week we are featuring two photographers whose beautiful images are featured on our AppStore Screenshots.
The first is Mia Glastonbury, a travel and nature photographer living in Tasmania, Australia. Mia’s stunning silhouette self portrait (see Q3 below) has been the ProCamera 7 feature screenshot since May, we we’re drawn to the lush natural beauty, sincerity and hopeful nature of the photograph. Mia was kind enough to do an interview with us about her passion for travel photography.
Q. Tell us a little about yourself, where are you based, when did you first start taking pictures?
A. I’m an Indonesian living in beautiful, Tasmania, Australia. I started getting really interested in Mobile Photography when I got the new iPhone 3GS. Firstly I started on Google Plus, then later discovered Instagram and have been sharing my photos online ever since.
Q. Looking at your Instagram feed, you’re doing a lot of travel photography. Why are you drawn to this field of photography? What makes a good travel photo?
A. My husband Matt and I first noticed the connection between photo-sharing and tourism when people started to comment on our photos saying they’d booked tickets to where we were. This helped us to understand not only how powerful it was to simply take and share lovely photos of destinations, but how much it impacted people’s decision making when it came to choosing holiday destinations.
Q. Can you tell us about your amazing ProCamera 7 cover shot? Where was it taken? Is it a self-portrait ? If so, how did you take it?
A. I love taking selfies with an artistic difference, and since the iPhone takes great silhouettes when you meter the light correctly, I’m always trying to capture a beautiful scene with a story. You’ll often find me on Hobart’s eastern beaches with my Joby tripod and iPhone, trying to capture myself expressing something interesting.
Q. Why do you choose to shoot with ProCamera 7 over others iPhone apps? Does it help with travel photography?
A. I find ProCamera 7 to be very quick and easy to use, especially since it has an inbuilt editor. I’ll often find the separated focus and exposure metering to be a huge advantage over other camera apps, so I’m always playing with these settings to get my photos just right.
Q. Do you have any other tips for people starting out in travel photography?
A. Travel Photography tips: See your surroundings from a visitors point of view, this way you’ll not only enjoy your own area more, but also find things you wouldn’t normally focus on. I always try to get out in the golden hours of the day to try and capture a softer glow on an area which I think makes everything look so much nicer. I always go exploring different places and look out for interesting and unique perspectives to capture. Knowing my camera’s ability I get to know what lighting and scene will share well before I take my photos too. So, I get to know what will look good and what won’t.
Thank you so much Mia for sharing your insights. You can find more of Mia’s beautiful photographs on her Instagram feed @miaglastonbury.
ProCamera 7 is available on the AppStore for US $4.99
Our ProCamera Manual is now available in German and Japanese. The customised pdf manual is optimised for iPhone but also works on iPad and desktop. The Manual is also available directly within the app within the Settings.
Download the manual below.
The team from WFSB Eyewitness News have interviewed photographer Julie Stauffer about her iPhone photography classes. Stauffer shows how the right apps and a few simple tips can help you take high quality photos with the phone. Her top tips include:
Much to our delight Stauffer, for tip 3, recommends photographers use ProCamera 7 and the excellent Vivid HDR. Watch the video to see how Stauffer controls exposure and focus in ProCamera 7. You can also read the full article here.
ProCamera 7 is currently available on the AppStore for US $2.99 (40% off)
“Blood Moon” lunar eclipse
Our latest ProCamera spotlight is on the iphone astrophotography of Matt Schwartz. Incredibly, Matt shoots stunning photographs of the night sky, stars and moon equipped with only a telescope, iPhone and ProCamera 7.
Matt kindly agreed to talk to us to share his process and how to get started in this fledgling and fascinating field of photography.
Q. Tell us a bit about yourself, where are you from?
A. My name is Matt Schwartz, and I’m 25 years old. I’m originally from the Indianapolis area, went to college in Nashville, and have lived and worked in San Diego for the past 4 years. By day, I work as a product manager for a medical device company that makes devices for minimally invasive spine surgery. But at night, if the stars are out, I’ve taken up an interest in amateur astronomy and astrophotography.
Here at ProCamera we’re always on the look out for products that enable photographers to take better photos with their iPhone. The new Covr iPhone case does exactly that by helping street shooters remain discreet so they can capture natural, candid street photographs.
Aeroplanes or Airplanes by Tina Rice
We’re restarting our ProCamera spotlight series today with prolific blogger and photographer Tina Rice. Tina is the owner of Combo Apps: Mobile Extreme Editing, a fantastic resource for advanced photo app processing techniques and hardware guides.
We talk to Tina about the blog, her photographic styles and why she chooses to use ProCamera 7:
Q. Tell us a bit about yourself, where are you from, how long have you been shooting and editing on mobile?
The new TIFF format has caused quite a stir with lots of interest and questions about the feature. This post will hopefully answer a few of them.
The TIFF file format allows users to capture the highest quality, lossless photos with ProCamera 7. Chris Prakoso in his Moblivious blog explains why TIFF is important for a mobile photography workflow:
Mobile Photographers almost never directly share their photos without doing some post-processing first. This could be as little as fixing exposure, contrast or sharpness; adding some filters, effects or overlays; to as advance as doing manual HDR edit or multi-layering Digital Imaging. All of these require multi apps workflow which recently had been dubbed with the term ‘App-Stacking‘.