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The Best Feature Films Shot on a Smartphone.

What are the best feature length films shot on an iPhone or other smartphone? The list is getting longer find out the best ones made so far… Zack Snyder’s Snow Steam Iron: https://youtu.be/LJx54Ikj3ac Michel Gondry’s Détour: https://youtu.be/Ryk0eny1j0M Through The Eye of Michel Gondry: https://vimeo.com/287988624 Sean Baker’s Snowbird: https://youtu.be/Bkgc6rqOc8w Aryan Kaganof’s SMS Sugar Man: https://vimeo.com/109108706 Making […]

Zhiyun Smooth Q2 Gimbal | FIRST LOOK!

In this video we take a first look at the Zhiyun Smooth Q2 smartphone gimbal. ▶︎BUY FEATURED GEAR Smooth Q2 https://amzn.to/32KT52Y Crane M2 https://amzn.to/2Z4xncr ▶︎ Smartphone Cinematography 101: http://bit.ly/SmartCine101 ▶︎ The Complete Guide To FiLMiC Pro (Save 10%): http://bit.ly/FPGuideYT10 🎥 Making movies with FiLMiC Pro? Check out our LUT Packs! http://bit.ly/filmicproluts ▶︎ MUSIC We Use […]

GORA Lavalier Mic Review

In this quick review we test the GORA lav mic. This mic is new to the smartphone scene as of late 2015 and offers good quality at a very affordable price (see below for link to buy). For our test we recorded using the Meta Recorder app on an iPhone 6S to Broadcast .WAV files […]

London graffiti artists – shot on iPhone using Filmic Pro

After i did a lecture at the Vault Festival in Waterloo on my walks I came across these artists and felt the need to film them with my iPhone 6s using filmic pro and the Smooth C 3 axis gimbal. Via mobilefilmmaking.com

Shoot wide, not tall

When shooting a video with a smartphone or tablet, you might be tempted to hold the device vertically. This is how you do it when making a call, texting, or shooting some still photos. But when making a video, shooting vertically is usually a bad idea. READ