Despite being completely mad, she really is adorable.
This is just plain gorgeous. All footage shot on either iPhone or iPad using the FiLMiC Pro app and an anamorphic lens adapter from Moondog Studios. Sean Baker’s ‘Tangerine’ shot entirely using FiLMiC Pro was picked up at this years Sundance Film Festival for distribution by Magnolia Pictures
It was a long wait but worth it. Whilst Android users have had access to this for some time, Photoshop Touch has remained painfully out of reach for IOS users, the logic of which defied me completely, given the sheer volume of the market share for iPads as opposed to Android tablets. However it’s here and comes with an impressive arsenal. The only weak area for me is the 1600px output, but who am I to complain. The rest is more than you could want from a first release. I’ve spent some time this morning putting it through it’s paces and it was certainly better than I had expected, no glitches and some very pleasant surprises. Good job Adobe.
And my run through here
I’ve been experimenting with a number of drawing apps for the ipad. Among them have been Live Shetch HD, Harmony Procedural drawing tool (online), SketchBook Pro, Brushes and Sketch Club. Despite the odd sounding name, Sketch Club has been getting good feedback. You can read more about it and see examples of what it can do on the page under iPad apps.