We’re fans of Epic Tutorials for iOS and Android filmmaking and in particular with this cool video, demonstrating how to wirelessly back up your video from FiLMiC Pro v6 to a Western Digital My Passport Pro and/or My Passport SSD. Take a look below.
Last week we published an incredibly interesting TrueView interview with Jeffrey Simpson where he so eloquently describes his reasoning for creating self portraiture. If you missed that, please go here. Today, we are publishing a video created by Simpson, including many of his wonderful self portraiture images. It is remarkably moving, atmospheric and full of awareness. The music playing throughout ‘I am Myself’ by Pearl Jam ensures we take a spiritual journey, one where a bond develops between the viewer and Simpson, it is really extraordinary. Take a look at this!
We are revitalising our Top Five Apps section to our Photo App Lounge column. This a section within TheAppWhisperer where we ask highly accomplished mobile photographers and artists to list their top five apps and to explain why they have selected them. Kicking us off today is highly accomplished mobile photographer, artist Andrew B White, … Read moreMobile Photography & Art – My Top Five Apps by Andrew B White From New York City, US
There’s even more to be excited about if you’re an avid VSCO X subscriber because VSCO have launched a video editing tool to enable those subscribers to edit videos. Currently this is only available to VSCO X (iOS) subscribers but there are plans to release the same tools for VSCO X members on Android soon.
The instructions below demonstrate how to create using the new early release feature:
I have heard about this new TV by Samsung for a while and I am very pleased to let you know about it today. The Frame is a new concept that enhances your living space by displaying art, whilst delivering premium picture quality. There’s no need to look at a black screen whilst not in … Read moreSamsung’s New Award Winning Lifestyle TV – The Frame – New Concept with Art
I want to thank Susan Murtaugh for sending me a link to this fabulous and it really is, review of the Apple iPad 10.5″ via iMore. In this review the author compares many features of the previous models with regards, display, speed -chipsets, connectivity, cameras, video, apps and accessories. The author is Rene Ritchie from Montreal and I will definitely make a point to get to know him better. I will attach a link to his full review.
In the meantime, Murtaugh is crafting a dedicated iPad review for us, specifically relating to Mobile Art, of which she is of course renowned. As soon as we have that, we will publish it here.
Great video featuring fabulous mobile photographers, Oliver Lang, Koci Hernandez, Dutch Doscher, Doc Pop and Christian Sweet. This video shows them discussing their techniques and apps for shooting black and white photography with a smart phone.
“I just happen to be an artist who uses the iPad, I’m not an iPad artist. It’s just a medium. But I am aware of the revolutionary aspects of it, and its implications.” In this interview artist David Hockney explains what a medium such as the iPad means to him.
David Hockney is at Tate Britain, London SW1P, from 9 February 2017. tate.org.uk/visit/tate-britain – Who wants to join me?
“Contentment with who we are allows us to be free of the pressure to stay everlasting young. Believing that time and ageing can be stopped, is a fairy tale. One of the many benefits of ageing is wisdom and the wise, are very beautiful”. (foreword by Joanne Carter). Photographs and text by Marguerite Khoury … Read morePersonal Mobile Photo Story with Marguerite Khoury
Sony and Jamie Oliver’s food photographer David Loftus, have joined ranks to offer some tips on how to capture the perfect Christmas dinner using the Sony Xperia XZ. A trend that is ever growing, food photography, will be an even hotter topic across social media this time of year, so Sony has teamed up with renowned food photographer David Loftus to give his top tips on showing off your festive gastronomical delights using your smartphone.
We have published a video below featuring David Loftus using the Xperia XZ to capture food. Enjoy!