This week’s winner has been using Taposé to the fullest possible use. Luca Brunoni, an independent filmmaker, has been using Taposé as a means to communicate with his crew by creating project-specific journal, adding shoot locations via the map feature, importing storyboard images and using the drawing and sticky notes function to add director commentary. Luca told us, “The whole process was fast and easy. For me, the killer feature is the ability to conveniently add my voice commentary and paste the little boxes next to the shots: reminders for me, crucial information for the
Luca had a lot of wonderful things to say about Taposé, and we’re excited to see that we were able to be part of such a cool project. You can see more of Luca’s films here.
Luca’s entry came all the way from Italy, but he’s not the only one using Taposé overseas. This week, we received an entry from Sweden, where David Olsson has been using Taposé to hunt for apartments by copying and pasting images from the web into location specific Journals, then using the text and sticky notes features to leave notes about each place. Great idea! Another submission came from Hawaii, where AJ Charpentier used the lasso and copy/paste images function to track his first trip to the Aloha State for a friend’s wedding. AJ imported weather reports from his iPhone, images of the gorgeous views from the airplane and on the beach, and left detailed notes about all the cool things he got to do on his trip. Glad we got to help you make some memories, AJ!
Though we’ve only got one more week left in our contest, we’re excited to see what Taposé can do with the help and efforts of our users. Spread the word about Taposé, and keep your ideas rolling in!
A $100 iTunes gift card will be awarded to one submission per week. To submit, simply share a screenshot with hashtag #MadeWithTapose via Twitter or email them to email@example.com.