This past weekend, I got to take home one of the hugest centerpieces of my life. It was definitely one of the loveliest perks of wedding photography (more on this later!) and basically I have a lot of flowers for days and seriously not enough vases. What a lovely problem to have. O:)
Besides catching a small cold, I stayed home making this video and caught up on Breaking Bad. I should've asked around what apps others used but I trial-and-error'ed only to find I wasted a couple of bucks on some really really bad apps.
Here are a couple of video-editing apps I've enjoyed, I hope it saves you time and energy!
- PicFlow - $0.99 - to make a slideshow with music or a stop motion video like this. It's a dollar to remove the logo and it's so totally worth it. The design is intuitive and feels great to use.
- iMovie - $4.99- After downloading other not-so-awesome apps I realized that imovie doesn't (1) slap on a logo during your video or asks you to upgrade to make it disappear (2) lets you add music (3) lets you edit video clips. Because it doesn't give you any of the aforementioned hassles, I decided the upfront cost was worth it.