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iObsess – iPhone Photography Video Tutorial – By Dan Marcolina

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We’re delighted to publish the latest iPhone photography tutorial by our Columnist Dan Marcolina to his great Column, iObsess with us.

This time Dan puts aremaC app through its paces – to watch the tutorial – click on this link – http://portal.sliderocket.com/ACUSB/AWaremaC

 

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Dan Marcolina is the owner of Phila-based Marcolina Design Inc. Having always used digital imagery as a corner stone of his design process along with shooting personal work in many traditional formats his images have appeared in many venues worldwide. Dan recently has found a perfect bridge between these two mediums, iPhone photography. This new obsession has reinvigorated his love for both photography and visual experimentation, inspiring him to Author a recently publish book (Peachpit Press) and App (iTunes) series called iPhone Obsessed.

2 Comments

  • Carlos

    Fantastic review Dan!
    As usual…
    Loved the way you embed the review using sliderocket into the iPhone shell. Perfect.
    Very complex piece of programming Mr. Seibol has come up with. German quality I believe.
    I can see how you would be able to come up with some very custom recipes for creating unique filters to apply to your work. I personally not sure if I would have the focus (pun intended) to work through all those options for trial and error. But…that is just me. I know plenty of people that will love tinkering around with the options aremaC has to offer.
    I was wondering if it has auto save…so if the app crashes, you don’t need to start all over.
    Finally…I will recommend it to my students that has that gene in them to drill down into this app.
    Thanks Joanne letting know about this app, Dan fro the wonderful review and Dominik of course for the intense work on this tool to help artist push their boundaries of imagination on mobile devices.

  • kachouro

    That’s great: The tutorial and the app as well. Thank you Dan, thank you Joanne, thank you to the developer of this app. An ocean of inspiration!