Just a quick (and big) "thank you" to all those who attended yesterday's "The Making of An App" preso at B&H in NYC. The two-hour preso focused on how my Light It!
app was conceived, shot, edited and finally ended up on the iTunes store and on the iPad and iPhone.
I talked about different lighting techniques, as well as some of my personal philosophies for photographing people.
Emmy-award winner David Leveen, who shot all the videos for the info-packed and interactive app, talked about shooting and editing the HD videos, as well as what's needed to create a cool app.
Our app developer, Craig Ellis of Great Oak Software
, could not make the event. He was at Apple headquarters in Cupertino, CA. In his absence, David gave Craig's insightful preso.
So here is a question: Would you be interested in seeing an app on the making of an app? Hey, if the coffee-table
book on coffee tables worked for Kramer, we figure this idea just may fly. Let us know by posting a comment here on my blog so we can track.
To learn more about the app, click here
to see our intro movie.
Our next app - which will also be available as a DVD? Fashion, Beauty and Glamour - Light it, shoot it, process it
. Interested?Click here
to see all my apps.
Explore the light,
P.S. Here is a quick lighting tip: Watch for reflections - on shiny surfaces and on glasses. They may add to or detract from a photograph. Photographs by Vered Koshlano