- I’ve started another movie project. It's not finished yet, so I wanted to tell you a bit about it but also give you a few tips if you’re interested in doing more mobile movie making yourself. This project is time consuming - quite literally time consuming. I love time lapse photography. With analogue photography it was … Continue reading House of Cards Timelapse project
I’m all about the creative use of technology and I get particularly excited when creativity and technology together translate to real and meaningful value in someone’s life and Playlist for Life fits into that category. Playlist For Life is based on the very simple truth that people respond to sound - even when almost every other memory or … Continue reading Andy Lowndes – Playlist For Life
A new movie capturing app from photo sharing platform Instagram promises to bring powerful 'steadying' capabilities to your iPhone (and Android phone very soon). Ordinarily steadying or 'anti-shake' software maps every frame in a clip and tracks constant elements to determine the movement of the camera and use that information to fix unwanted movement. This … Continue reading Instagram HyperLapse
Not sure of the context or origin of this - and maybe that's the best way to view it... My take on it is that this is how prepared you should be when making a pitch - if you don't believe in it then no one else will. And if you're going to make a … Continue reading Moonshot!
Alone? Nothing to do? With an iPhone? There are endless possibilities... This man is my hero: UPDATE: Celine Dion (who sang the version of the song he used) has seen the video and released a response!
My wife is currently studying on the Design for Services Masters programme at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design (Dundee University). Along with two colleagues from the course she has been working on a submission for the Young Innovators Challenge (YIC) - entitled Wellderly. "The Young Innovators Challenge returns with a new focus … Continue reading Wellderly – collaborative participation
This Saturday at Glasgow University I’m hosting a Digital Media class using iPads at Nesta’s One Day Digital event for primary school teachers. The focus will, quite honestly, be my eleven year old self’s wish list of school holiday activities… film-making and editing, animation, audio recording, image manipulation and sharing them. To do all of … Continue reading Volvo not included – getting creative with iPad
I really didn't have to think too long about this purchase. I love making time-lapse films and iMotionHD is one of my most used apps on both the iPhone and iPad. Time lapse is a fascinating filming technique. It's the perfect tool for: Establishing shots (how else could you make a conference-room filling up with … Continue reading Muvi X-Lapse for time lapse panoramics
Did you know that the very first version of Instagram (Burbn) was intended as a ‘Swiss army knife’ of an app… kitchen sink included. As development progressed went on, Kevin Systrom and his team stripped out feature after feature to arrive at the simple (but effective) photo sharing app that subsequently sold to Facebook for … Continue reading Visual Storytelling Made Simple: Storehouse for iPad
#ScotMKLS, a set on Flickr. Photos from last week's Scottish Social Services Council (SSSC) #ScotMKLS event (Mobile Knowledge & Learning Solutions). Lots learned, the most exciting of which was the Mozilla Open Badge platform. Can't wait to get stuck into thinking about how I am going to use these..! Watch this space!