Monday, November 21, 2011
I got myself an iPod Touch so as not to be left behind in this nascent age of the touch screen. I thought I was being smart getting an iPhone without the phone; but, as I only just discovered, I also missed out on the camera. iTouch photos are limited to 960x720 pixels. I wasted a lot of time looking for cool camera and photo apps, when I should have just limited myself to a decent video camera (FiLMiC Pro) and a video frame grabber (VideoPix). At least that way I get 1280x720.
The low-resolution is frustrating but the whole pocket computer thing is a childhood dream come true. Making digital art is quick and fun. I'm starting to see the difference between a well-designed user interface and a waste of money.
I like ArtStudio and PhotoForge2 for their blend options. SynthCam for fake depth of field and iMotionHD for time-lapse and stop motion.
Posted by Dread-Eye at 7:20 AM
Labels: apps, iphoneography
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