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The animated GIF app for your iPhone or iPod touch - Giffer
"we all love a good animated gif. some of us moreso than others.

whatever kind of gifs you like—stop motion, cinemagraphs, text overlays, time lapse, jitter/wiggle gifs—giffer is the best way to quickly and easily create or collect them, whenever you want, wherever you go.

edit with individual frame precision. effortlessly share your favorite gifs to tumblr, twitter, and facebook—all at the same time."

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gifs  animatedgifs  ios  applications  tools  images  camera  giffer  iphone  photography 
december 2013 by robertogreco
Picles from Around the World | Made by Many
"Watching and listening people's lives through their sights and sounds is quite a powerful experience, it's like stepping into a completely new storytelling ecosystem. One minute you will be watching a family birthday in Israel, the next you will be at an NBA playoff game. To give you an idea of what that is like and to share with you all what we have been experiencing I put together this montage of Picles from around the world. 

It's a great feeling to see people from all over the world use something that you have made.

Anyway, check out the video and let us know what you think of it, enjoy :)"

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iphone  camera  ios  applications  longphotos  experience  moments  2012  photography  audio  picle 
august 2012 by robertogreco
New iPad app: Composite « James Alliban
"I take a great deal of inspiration from the abstract art of the 20th century…In particular, I’m pretty enamoured by the neo-dadaist collages of Robert Rauschenberg. These pieces consist of silk screen prints from magazine images overlaid with paint. Using this technique, Rauschenberg found that he could comment on modern society using the very imagery used to shape that society.

About a year ago I decided to write some software which would allow me to paint using this approach. I wanted to build a mobile app that would give users the ability to paint using a live video stream. Unfortunately the technology to allow me to realise this idea had not yet been released. This could be achieved with a smartphone but I required more screen space. I needed an iPad with a camera. In March this year, the iPad 2 was released with both a front and back facing camera. Bingo! I proclaimed, and snapped one up straight away."
ipad  applications  ios  art  composition  robertrauschenberg  camera  video  composite  jamesalliban 
august 2011 by robertogreco
Nizo for iPhone

Coming to the App Store"
iphone  ios  camera  video  nizo  super8  film  applications 
july 2011 by robertogreco
Red Pop: The big red button for your iPhone camera.
"Red Pop adds a big red button to your iPhone camera so you never miss the moment and that perfect shot."
iphone  camera  accessories  kickstarter  redpop  brendandawes  cameras  ios  photography  buttons 
june 2011 by robertogreco
Near Future Laboratory » William H. Whyte Revisited: An Experiment With An Apparatus for Capturing Other Points of View
"There had been a project in the studio this time last year with things placed high for observational purposes (high chairs, periscopes, etc.) and it was filed away in the “lost projects” binder, so this seemed perhaps a way to revive that thinking. Over the course of a week, I made four trips to Home Depot, Simon jigged a prototype bracket on the CNC machine, and I had a retractable 36 foot pole that I imagined I was going to hang a heavy DSLR off of — it scared the bejeezus out of me and required two people to safely raise up. Too high, too floppy.

Another pole — 24 feet. Daunting but serviceable. It retracts to 8 feet, which is still quite high, but the range made it worth the embarrassment. After a brief bang around the reputation and suggestion networks, a wide field of view camera was identified and two ordered. Two cameras, secured to the pole produced a fair resolution, very wide field of view for displaced observations from a peculiar point of view. Good enough."

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anthropology  perspective  camera  photography  flow  urbanism  urban  pedestrians  perception  observation  2009  julianbleecker  video  research  cities  williamhwhyte 
june 2010 by robertogreco
ShakeItPhoto - Polaroid For Your iPhone!
"ShakeItPhoto is the most realistic instant photo experience for the iPhone. Works just like a real instant camera. Watch the photo develop. Shake your iPhone to make it develop faster. Our Perfect Processing makes your photos look just like the real thing."
iphone  applications  camera  photography  polaroid  ios 
april 2010 by robertogreco
Phil Coffman – Art Director + Photographer » iPhone Photography
"The iPhone photography landscape is still coming into focus and these apps are young, but the future looks promising. I do have a couple of wishes such as the ability to save my own presets in Mill Colour and being able to automate my progression through these individual apps would be nice. This last wish I know is a platform issue and not something I see Apple doing anytime soon, but the idea of me being able to string together apps much like I create actions in Photoshop would save me the time it takes to open and close each app. Plus these “application workflows” (for lack of a better term) could be shareable with other iPhone users and promote apps that a user might not own but be enticed to purchase. The more the iPhone becomes a productivity device the more the idea of using multiple apps to accomplish a single goal will become a reality."
iphone  applications  photography  cameraphone  camera  tiltshift  design  software  workflow  ios 
october 2009 by robertogreco
TiltShift Generator for iPhone - Art&Mobile
"It is an indispensable app for all the ones who like fashionable ToyCamera style pictures.
iphone  applications  tiltshift  photography  camera  ios 
october 2009 by robertogreco

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