It’s a double-article day for me today! In addition to the piece I published at TidBITS about why Apple is offering a 16 GB storage configuration for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, another article of mine is now up at Lynda.com.
In that piece, I look at how easy it is to create stop-motion animations using iStopMotion for iPad. The app has a counterpart for the iPhone, iStopCamera, that lets you control the iPhone’s camera from the iPad (so you don’t accidentally bump the iPhone while shooting, and to take advantage of the iPhone’s better camera). iStopMotion isn’t the only option, but it’s the one I like the best.
I also wrote about iStopMotion and many other aspects of creating video on iOS devices in my book iPad and iPhone Video: Film, Edit, and Share the Apple Way.
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