The reason I started to learn programming for iOS is that I wanted to create apps I wanted to use.
Photologger really started as that and still is. I haven't touched it for too long, and there's many things I need to update and work on it to get it where I want it to be.
I'm currently working on an app for in the field logging for reality and documentary producers. It's been a slow process, as I've been busy with Music Man work and don't have the most convenient development machine. However, when I do sit down and start Xcode, I love figuring out where I want to go and how to get there. Tonight I added some label animations that I had been scared to try to implement. They still aren't at 100%, but I'm pretty satisfied with how they turned out, and with only a couple lines of code.
One great thing about working on this app as Kelsy and I produce our film is that I'm getting instant feed back from her on what works and what could work better.
Here's a screen grab of what the main working screen looks like:
The button currently updates 10 times a second, but on the main thread, so during scrolling the clock display doesn't update. A tap on the button brings up a view to set your own timecode so if the camera's time of day is off, you can set your phone to match. When I get back to LA, I'm also going to look into meeting the needs of loggers back in the office. I still have to add some export options and pretty it up a little, but I think it's well on it's way to being my third app in the store.