If you’ve read my book, you know I’m a fan of the Jot stylus. It’s a great tool when storyboarding on the iPad. Rather than using the typical rubber nub, the Jot utilizes a clever clear disc that freely pivots on a tiny ball. I’d love to add a tiny-ball joke here, but I don’t […]
I’m a long time fan of the olloclip, the adorable multi-lens widget that slides over the corner of your iPhone, empowering your camera with wide-angle, fish-eye, and macro lenses. In addition to recently releasing a new version of this attachment for the iPhone 5’s slimmer form factor, it seems the olloclip gang has cooked up […]
After spending countless thousands of dollars at Apple Stores across the country, it looks like Apple has finally rewarded me by putting me on their website! It may also have something to do with the fact that I’m the featured guest speaker at the San Francisco Apple Store THIS FRIDAY (Feb 1st) at 7pm.
If you’re in the San Francisco area (for Macworld, perhaps) and you want to check out two of the coolest new iOS filmmaking apps, make sure to swing by tonight’s 12th Annual SuperMeet. In addition to all kinds of brilliant guest speakers, awesome vendors, and a mind-blowing raffle, you’ll get to watch professional editor Dan […]
Chemical Wedding has released a major update to their already indispensable Artemis Director’s Viewfinder ($29.99). Version 6 includes a welcome interface re-design, support for AirPlay (Apple’s wireless video protocol) and the ability to store meta-data filled snapshots in a built-in gallery.
I just got the best day-after-Christmas gift ever! I was interviewed on today’s Mac OS Ken (the awesome daily Mac news podcast hosted by Ken Ray). Actually, the interview was recorded a couple days ago, but it went live this morning. During our 30 minute conversation, we gabbed about Hand Held Hollywood, the new HHH book, and some […]
If you’ve been lusting after Tiffen’s Listec Promptware PW-04 Teleprompter (a bite-size contraption that turns your iPhone or iPod touch into a very portable through-the-glass prompter), but you’ve been holding off because your video camera’s lens is just too dang large… Behold! Tiffen has announced a new version that will support lens sizes up to 58mm.
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