During our final week here at Edit on a Dime, I looked at two different ways of making those cool photo-motion cinemagraphs, and tried editing on an iPhone for free:
- Kintotopic: How To Get Excited Taking iPhone Photos Again
- iCinegraph vs. Kintopic: Which Cinemagraph App is Best for You?
- How to Use Splice to Edit Movies on Your iPhone for Free
I appreciate the responses to my reviews from Kinotopic developer Radu Spineanu, and iCinegraph creator Yuri Yuryev on this blog. It's great that developers and fans of these apps are comfortable having a discussion about their work on this site.
Weekly features for Edit on a Dime will now cease to continue, but that doesn't mean you can't contribute. This World is an open platform, with a community corkboard open to all to post links, videos and articles. If you're interested in becoming a moderator, send an email to email@example.com.
I hope that the spirit of openness and discussion continues and that this site can develop into a real conversation about the exciting future of low-cost and free image editing apps!
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