DV EXPO: Zacuto ZGrip
Shooting video with the iPhone 3Gs typically yields some pretty shaky results. That’s why you might want to consider adding an iPhone grip to your equipment list. There are two grips that have crossed my radar in recent days: The OWLe (which is just now entering production), and Zacuto’s ZGrip. Fortunately, Zacuto had a booth at the expo, so I was
Look Who’s Talking… at the dv expo
I’ve just been asked to be a Guest Speaker at this year’s DV Expo in Pasadena. I’ll be joining the panel on Thursday morning, 9am, at a session titled iPhone Apps in Production. I’ll be discussing a few of the apps I’ve mentioned here, as well as a few others. I’m very excited to show off the brand new (not-yet-released)
Write Your Masterpiece on the Train
So you’ve read a few screenplays on your iPhone, and now you’re finally ready to write one of your own. Outstanding! But before you carry that 40-year-old IBM Selectric typewriter with you on the subway, let us suggest an alternative. Thanks to some pretty impressive coding by the folks at Black Mana Studios, you can now write a fully structured
Teleprompter? I Barely Know Her!
You don’t have to be the host of a late night talk show, or President of the United States, to benefit from using a teleprompter. In fact, anyone who’s ever had to look straight into a lens and speak for more than 30 seconds, knows how beneficial a promoter can be. If you don’t know what a teleprompter is, check out
HOW TO: ADR On The Go
What can you do if your perfect production is made a little less perfect by some lousy audio? Very often, an actor’s lines will be unusable because of extra noise, background sounds, or a variety of technical glitches. But, don’t despair. You can easy replace that bad dialogue with the help of your iPhone, and we’re going to show you
Don’t Just sit there! Read a script, and sit there!
The next time you’re hankering for something to read, look no further than your iPhone. Reading screenplays can be entertaining, arduous (if they’re crap), and most importantly, educational. After all, the best way to learn about screenwriting is to read scripts. All it takes is a mobile web browser and a URL or two. You’ve got the gadget. We’ve got
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