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the iPad and Velcro – as well as the idea of a “moving portrait”

Well, I might not want to put velcro on the back of my iPad, but I might put it on my Apple case… this video is just going crazy around the web and I think it has some valid inputs! [Source – I first saw this on misagarcia.com]

iPad + Velcro from Jesse Rosten on Vimeo.

Two of mankind’s greatest inventions, together at last. Note: this is an exploration of what is possible, not necessarily what is practical. Tweet from the street at your own risk!

And, imagine where this is going by the way… you see the shot where they velcro the iPad to the wall. Now imagine doing a ‘living portrait’ — instead of a still photo, you take a short 20-30 second video of a person… this could really catch on!

Moving Portraits from Jesse Rosten on Vimeo.

A few shots from a vertical moving portrait fashion shoot.

I have a friend, David Harry Stewart who has a couple of moving photographs on his site that he did back in 2009, so it isn’t a new idea, but with the advent of devices like the iPad that can show off movies, maybe the idea of a moving portrait will take off! Here’s one of David’s that I really like:

(Photo credit: snap from the David Harry Stewart site)

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Additional Alexx Henry digital moving magazine samples

We highlighted Alexx Henry the other day, well, we’ve found two more of his video demos with an iPad outline that we thought you’d like to see.

VIV Mag Motion Cover – iPad Demo from Alexx Henry on Vimeo.

Together with co-director Cory Strassburger and Ming Hsiung, we produced a motion magazine cover and feature spread for Viv Mag – an all digital magazine, which would allow us to create content that will be able to live on the iPad and other tablet devices where digital magazines can live.


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Outside Magazine – iPad Feature from Alexx Henry on Vimeo.

Alexx Henry and his team present the October spread for Outside Magazine on the iPad. The living portrait of the triathlete Chris Lieto is photographed using the revolutionary Red One cinema camera.

Cool eh?

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