At Hand Held Hollywood, we strive to be the single best destination for iPhone loving media-makers. We cover the latest apps, discuss the newest hardware accessories, offer innovative tutorials, and provide a forum for developers and their users. But sometimes… you just want a list. There are quite a few app lists out there already, spread out across many sites.
David Eubank has just released Version 3 of his highly regarded pCAM Film+Digital Calculator for the iPhone. If you’re not already familiar with pCAM, it’s an amazingly versatile Motion Picture and Still Photography calculator. This new version introduces several additional calculations, updates the user interface, includes 26 new formats, and squashes a couple bugs. Since I’m admittedly unqualified to discuss
If you poke around the iTunes App Store long enough, you’ll find an abundance of two things: apps that fart, and virtual clapboards. Let’s focus on the latter. With well over a dozen clapboard apps to choose from, one must ask, “Do I need any of them?” To answer that question, you must first understand why a clapboard is used.
Everyone is pitching something. Writers pitch scripts, producers pitch proposals, and actors pitch themselves. It’s an endless cycle of closed-door appointments and conference-calls. But it’s the unexpected meetings that seem to provide the greatest rewards. I’m talking about the chance encounters in the supermarket, at the gym, or in a crowded elevator. The key to success is being able to
We’ve got a few posts coming your way after the weekend. But until then, check out this innovative music video that uses the iPhone in place of the lead singer’s mouth. Of all the uses an iPhone has on set, I never saw this one coming. The Video was made as part of VIRAL, a 24-hour competition between two bands
I admit it. I’ve been using Final Cut Pro for years, and I still only know about 20 keyboard shortcuts. Maybe 25 if I’ve had a Redbull. The worst part forgetting the those commands is having to look through the manual (or PDF). It’s never as quick and easy as it should be. There’s usually a lot of page flipping