VSCO Cam is an easy-to-use iPhone camera app with elegant, minimal processing options. The sleek interface and streamlined workflow enable you to quickly create beautiful images to share via major social media outlets.
Pitchfork Music Festival iPhone App
Nice Design on this iPhone App for Pitchfork Music Festival 2011.
Though I wish there was a link to-the-top on the Info page. But overall, simple, readable and to the point. More screens below.
Is It The Camera?
Well, is it? A couple of months old in terms of the video/documentary in this post, but its still relevant. Probably as relevant years ago when there were a lot of cameras to pick from. Anyways… Lee Morris of Fstoppers.com shoots a full fashion photography session with the iPhone 3Gs.
Dope Music Video by ApSci — “Under Control”
I first heard about ApSci1 through my brother Glen recently. Then dug in to take a look on their site for some tunes, http://apsci.net.
Lo and behold, they’ve been featured on Wired.com’s Underwire section just recently. The article was about their music video for “Under Control”.
The dope part is that it was produced using an
“iPhone, a portable printer and a webcam.”
They performed the track in front of the webcam and printed it up into the handheld snapshots that fly by in the globe-hopping video, which hopscotches from Brooklyn to the Grand Canyon, Vegas, Hawaii and Australia at the speed of sound. They took additional shots using the iPhone, then mashed the production nightmare into an eye-tripping visual for their body-rocking song.
In other words, ApSci’s video has no video in it. No post-production either.
Very, very schneaky and creative I must say. Well done. Here’s the video.
- The group is made up of Bronx native Raphael LaMotta and Filipino-Australian Dana Diaz-Tutaan. [↩]
News from Apple WWDC 2009
For those that don’t know, Apple’s WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference) 2009 was this past Monday morning at Moscone West, San Francisco. It’s primarily for those developing for Apple’s products (OS X, iPhone apps, etc.) but it’s also for the Apple fans out there as the Keynote usually addresses new product releases, etc.
I was tuned in, listening to Ustream’s live stream of the Keynote.1 Pretty cool as you can multitask versus having to read every new updates on a blog. Though you have to give it up though as the photos on the blog updates are more eye candy.