by Mark Hughes.
David Basulto just helped turn your iPad into a real movie making piece of equipment. Check out the iOgrapher, and hear what it intends to do for aspiring filmmakers everywhere!
David teaches media arts and animation at San Marino High School, where his students won Silver and Bronze medals as part of the Los Angeles County Regional Occupational Program (LACOROP) annual competitions. He’s also a contributor to Post Magazine,which has covered post-production news and events for almost 40 years, and he runs the site Filmmaking Central to provide information, tutorials, and more about the art of filmmaking.
And David happens to be an iPad enthusiast. He uses iPads in his teaching, and it led him to the creation of the iOgrapher. I had a chance to speak with David about his invention and how it helps make the iPad an even better tool for making movies. So read on for my interview with David Basulto!
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