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Watch the video and you will find out what the television and film industry are using these days. The author examines various aspects of the editing problems faced by students and areas of application such as: art video, animation, documented performance, documentary and narrative, found and recontextualized, manipulated footage, heavy fx and music video. The entire presentation is over 45 minutes but if you also need to choose one of this two solutions, you might want to see it before.
Source – Ric Lanciotti
Photo fx gives you the tools to edit, control and correct your images as well as create interesting effects with 878 presets, including digital optical filter equivalents for your iPhone or iPod Touch images. Photo fx also provides you with 76 exciting filters.
Photo fx Ultra gives you the tools to edit, control and correct your images as well as create interesting effects with 934 presets, including digital optical filter equivalents for your iPhone or iPod Touch images.
Now with photo-sharing to Facebook, Flickr, Twitter, Tumblr, the Sincerely Ship & Print service as well as Email, Print Copy and Open In functions. In addition, Photo fx Ultra provides you with 77 exciting filter.
Source – The Tiffen Company
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Source – 645 PRO
Pocket Snapper (US$1.99) by Kdan Mobile, is an exclusive photo app that features a virtual studio environment with built-in models that let users have a taste of what it’s s like taking and editing model shoots in a photography studio. Pocket Snapper enables you to take photos from the embedded short video clips of glamorous models, just like what a professional photographer would do!
Pocket Snapper creates a virtual studio in your iDevice for you to sharpen your photo taking skills. The iModel mode utilizes the gyroscope to simulate the authentic photo-takng experience. Pocket Snapper mimics the photo-shooting environment that allows you to capture images in any flicks and it also offers additional photo filters for purchase that makes your work stylish and we will keep rolling out more videos that enable to make it more fun.
Equip yourself with a mobile photo studio! Pocket Snapper gives you authentic studio-shooting experiences. Besides iModels, Pocket Snapper includes the full functionality of a camera and tons of editing options to create your very own photos. For more information, head over to the developer’s website, link here. For now, check out the review video below from Crazy Mike’s.
Check out this hot little gadget, the Fostex AR-4i Audio Interface for iPhone 4/4S (US$119.99) which enables you to record video with stereo sound or use it as a recording device using external mics or line in. Initial reviews indicated that it works pretty well with iPhone 4 but not the iPhone 4S as users reported that some statics are picked up with the iPhone 4S. Hope they can come up with an updated app to solve the problem. You can get it from B&H now and the link is here.
Source – B&H
Pocketnow.com had this comparison video out on the iPhoto for iPad and Photoshop Touch, take a look and see which one fits you better in terms of your workflow.
Source – pocketnow.com
From the developers of CameraBag, Infinicam is a awesome camera app that sure gives us that same wow factor like Hipstamatic, Instagram. It applies high quality effects to photos, but instead of having a set number of pre-defined camera styles, Infinicam offers an endless variety in a fun, stylish interface.
With each press of its New Camera button, Infinicam generates a new and unique randomized camera style. These high quality effects go far beyond the usual range of toy camera styles, and Infinicam also features 18 high-quality film-style borders lovingly recreated to delight photography buffs.
There are literally billions of possible camera styles to discover, with advanced algorithms in place to assure a high hit rate of unique, high quality results. Once a favorite camera style is found, it can be easily saved and named for instant access later.
When you email a modified photo to a friend from within Infinicam it includes a link that, when clicked, automatically loads the same camera style in Infinicam on your friend’s device. New camera styles can also be found on the Nevercenter website, accessible via the app.
Other features include a cropping tool, camera history, manual camera code entry, full-resolution saving, iOS4 retina-display support, and more.
- Automatically generate billions of unique camera styles – it’s easy to find a great photo style that nobody else has
- No in-app purchases needed for new filters – everything’s included in the app price
- Save and reuse any style that you like – think of it as discovering and collecting cameras
- Easily share your favorite camera styles with friends who have Infinicam
- Intuitive crop tool
- Tons of film-style borders that you can easily switch between
- New camera style codes tweeted regularly, follow @infinicam on Twitter
The app is now free on iTunes Store for the weekend, link here, http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/infinicam/id388837429?mt=8. Get it now before the offer ends.
Source – Nevercenter
What can the Galileo do? it can be used for ….
- Video calls and conferencing – stay connected as you follow the action
- Baby monitoring – see what you want to see, not just what the babysitter shows you
- Remote learning – follow professors around the classroom; see who is asking questions
- Time-lapse photography – create dynamic time-lapse videos that encompass movement along with passage of time
- Cinematography – Shoot interesting transition shots, panning down, panning across and up, etc. Mount the Galileo on rails and create a mini-rig for your iPhone camera!
- Real estate photography – build 360° spherical virtual home tours with ease
- Infinite 360° panning and tilting rotation. 200° per second pan-and-tilt speeds.
- Remotely controlled from your iPad, iPhone, or web browser. Swipe your finger across the screen or move your mouse to control the movement of the Galileo and your device.
- SDK (software developers kit) for app development. Freedom to integrate Galileo functionality into existing apps or to create entirely new apps built around the movement capabilities of Galileo. Or build software to integrate the Galileo with other hardware (e.g. camera rails).
- Outfitted with a standard tripod screw, the Galileo can be mounted on any tripod.
- Fabulous charging station for your iPhone or iPod. Charges your device while plugged in (USB cable included).
- Rechargeable Lithium polymer battery lets you use your Galileo anywhere.
The Galileo’s initial pledge of US$100,000 has long already been met, with 15 days left, the pledge total now stands at US$417,793 and growing fast. For US$85, this gadget is a sure steal. Check out more details and pledging information at their Kickstarter page here, Kickstarter Galileo Page
Source – Kickstarter Galileo Page