Studio Neat’s Glif, one of the very first and most popular tripod mounts for the iPhone, just received a major update. The new model is adjustable, and will therefore work with nearly any size smartphone, with our without a case.
Tony Myers of smartmoviemaking.com has posted a succinct write-up of Cadrage, a new Android-only app that turns your smartphone into a director’s viewfinder (a tool used by directors and cinematographers to line up shots without having to lug heavy camera equipment
I’ve been waiting all year to type these words… Hand Held Hollywood’s Filmmaking with the iPad & iPhone is now available in bookstores everywhere (almost in time for the holidays)! This is the ultimate survival guide for the mobile filmmaking
Sure, we loves us some Appley goodness, but they’re not the only game in town. If you haven’t already heard, Amazon just refreshed their entire Kindle lineup, adding a very interesting looking android-based color tablet called the Kindle Fire. It
Like most directors, my shelves are lined with books about film theory, story structure, shot construction, and production techniques. Among my favorites are Lew Hunter’s Screenwriting 434, Hitchcock’s Notebooks, Rebel Without a Crew by Robert Rodriguez, and Christopher Vogler’s The
When I first got my iPhone, I didn’t think of it as a filmmaking tool. But then I came across an amazing app, and suddenly my perspective changed completely. I suspect that same revelation is about to hit the thousands