Apple has released another video in their ongoing creative series — "Make a film with iPad". It features student directors from the Los Angeles County High School, including Juliet Chin, Miu Jun, and Chester Milton, as well as excerpts from Martin Scorsese's commencement speech to the NYU Tisch School of the Arts Class of 2014.
"Every scene is a lesson. Every shot is a school. Let the learning continue." — Martin Scorsese
iPad is the ultimate tool for independent filmmakers. Learn how the students of Los Angeles County High School for the Arts relied on iPad to create films in a matter of days.
Some of the apps and accessories in the video include:
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Apple also has an extended list of apps for film making on the App Store:
As much as some people insist on making fun of the iPad as photography and video tool, the large view finder makes it excellent for pro-consumer use. The 8mp iSight camera on the iPad Air 2 makes it technically excellent as well.
Hopefully this inspires more students, and more people, to pick up and iPad and make something great.