…and now a video using the SKETCH touch effect.

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A few days ago, we posted some cool looking photos taken in NYC using the SKETCH touch effect. But SKETCH also works amazingly well when you use it to record video and capture things which are moving all around you. Check out this video of the same NYC streets using SKETCH. A friend told us that it reminded her of that Aha music video from a generation ago (Take on me)! Check it out – it’s only 10 seconds.

Recording this is about as simple as you get – Just start Spotliter, go into video capture mode, select SKETCH and move your finger on the screen to see what part of the screen you want in SKETCH mode and what part you want to record “unfiltered.” Start recording. That’s it. You can even move your finger around on the screen while recording to change the sketch area.

Fun examples of photos taken using the Spotliter SKETCH touch effect

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It was warm outside for the first time in a while here in midtown Manhattan – so started walking around taking pictures with Spotliter and really got into the SKETCH touch effect for some reason. Just slide or tap your finger on what you want to look “real” and snap your photo. Pretty simple.

What is a photograph? 43rd Street in Manhattan captured using Spotliter's SKETCH touch effect

Coca Cola in the city, NYC - captured using Spotliter's SKETCH touch effect

Avenue of the Americas, NYC - captured using Spotliter's SKETCH touch effect

UPS Truck captured using Spotliter's SKETCH touch effect