The high-end camera I bought just sits on the shelf.
I still haven’t figured out the settings on my DSLR.
Design is not just what it looks like and feels like.
Design is how it works.— Steve Jobs
No SD Card
We’ve removed the screen so that you are not distracted by reviewing photographs, but keep searching and shooting. The viewfinder is the best way to immerse yourself in the shot, especially in bright sunlight.
Settings and modes are pointless if no one can figure them out. We’ve left one special mode that allows you to shoot confidently under any conditions.
We took away the flash, because a built-in flash kills the picture. We believe that natural lighting, even in low light, makes a photo real, alive, and remarkable.
Having a zoom is handy. However, a good zoom is heavy, huge, and expensive. Everything else compromises picture quality. We picked the ideal lens for shooting in any conditions. The best way to get a close-up shot is to actually get close.
With Relonch, there’s no need to transfer your photos from an SD cards. Your camera automatically uploads all images to the Relonch cloud through its built-in SIM card.
I’m actually as proud of the things we haven’t done as the things I have done. Innovation is saying no to 1,000 things.— Steve Jobs
The camera I bought convinced me that I’m not a photographer.
Don’t wait for a special occasion.
Every day has its own stories.
Every day brings remarkable photos.
No additional lighting. No setup.
Shot with the push of a button.
Shot at breakfast, on a normal day, with the push of a button.
Shot on the way to work, with the push of a button.
Shot on a normal workday, with the push of a button.
Shot during an excursion, with the push of a button.
Shot at dinner, on a regular day, with the push of a button.
Shot during the morning run, with the push of a button.
Shot while waiting for the train, with the push of a button.
Shot during a chance meeting, with the push of a button.
Shot on the street, with the push of a button.
Your favorite pet, with the push of a button.
Shot at breakfast, on a regular day, with the push of a button.
Shot with the push of a button on a regular summer day.
My big camera is bulky and unaesthetic.
We made the camera you want to take with you. Every day.
Classics are always in style.
Fancy mood. Fancy camera.
Goes wherever you go.
Cool color. Casual style.
Fancy lipstick. Fancy camera.
The most intriguing accessory at the party.
Chocolate goes with everything.
Orange like an orange.
I sold my camera, because my photos looked lame without hours of adjusting.
It’s not about filters
To us, properly adjusting a picture is like developing film in a darkroom.
A picture should be developed so that it brings back the feelings and experiences you had while shooting it.
When you shoot with a regular camera, the camera sensor digitally captures a raw image. A literal "digital negative".
When you shoot with Relonch, you get a fully developed photo. Not a digital negative, but the photo you pictured when you were taking it.
I have a massive photo dump that I never look through.
Anything for remarkable photos
Remarkable photos are ones you want to look at again and again. To admire, share with others, and, most importantly, print.
Tips & Ideas
Our simple tips and tricks will inspire you to take photos that impress with their effortless beauty.
Morning photo delivery
Remarkable or Not Remarkable
Every morning a selection of photos that you shot the day before arrives on your app. YOU decide which ones are truly remarkable and only keep the best of the best.
The inbox zero of photo storage
Photo of the day feed
All the photos that you keep are remarkable. But only one of them gets the title Photo of the Day. To access the rest of your daily photo delivery, just tap your Photo of the Day.
At the end of the year, you’ll have 365 Photo of the day photos — memories, feelings, experiences — to go over.
A year in pictures.
Christmas Day. The whole family gathers together. You start the Relonch slideshow on the living room screen.
And relive the year, in 15 minutes, one day at a time.