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Macworld | iWorld 2012: Use your iOS device to collaborate on a film of the event

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Going to Macworld | iWorld 2012? Got a smartphone, OK, got an iPhone? Would you like to shoot footage of your experience at this year’s event and collaborate with fellow attendees to make a film to be released before it closes?

If so, put iShotThat! – A Crowd Sourced Film with John Turner, chief technologist at Assistronics, LLC, in your diary. Turner is holding a Tech Talk on Thursday 2pm on iPhoneFilm-making, where he will also announce details of the documentary project.

“We are going to ask attendees to capture what it is to be at Macworld | iWorld during the first few days and submit that footage online. A small team of editors will work hard to edit the footage into a short film that will be released near the end of the event, ” says Turner in the event notes.

“During the session we will cover some of the gadgets and apps that will help you capture better video. We will also guide you through sometraditionalfilm-makingtechniques.

“Everyone has something to share. It could be something cool you saw on the show floor, some new people you meet, a party you attended, the after hours happenings around town, anything that happens to you during Macworld | iWorld is fair game. So grab your favorite camera app and share what it means to be at Macworld | iWorld!”

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Fooling around with the iPhone since 2010. Taking it to the next web by writing about new media, new technology, new wave cinema and the digital revolution.

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