Naturally, when music video director Ian Padgham was enlisted to shoot a memorable video for megastar LeAnn Rimes, he chose the very best video camera for the job – an iPhone. Wait. What? Yup! The new stop-motion music video for Gasoline and Matches was shot entirely on an iPhone 5S. Did Padgham use a top-notch camera app like FiLMiC Pro? Nope.
When the iPhone 5S hit the streets, YouTube continued to be flooded with the same crappy videos as always… but now, many of them were in slow motion. Crotch hits in slow motion. Dog licks in slow motion. Water pouring in slow motion. Enough! In this week’s Showcase, Philip Bloom uses his iPhone 5S to capture Tallinn, Estonia in glorious 120fps.
Movie Magic Scheduling for Mac & Windows (the industry standard for budgeting film and television production) recently received a major update (to version 6). So, why am I sharing this info here? Because, while announcing their update, Entertainment Partners also declared that their companion iPad app, Movie Magic Scheduling To Go, has dropped from $29.00 to FREE! Yeah, you heard
Welcome to another edition of Other People’s News. What follows are some of the more interesting info-nuggets I’ve recently spotted around the web-o-sphere. On his VJ Technology Blog, Glen Mulcahy offered up a super handy cheat sheet of iMovie gestures. He also discusses what I believe is the app’s best new feature: the ability to detach audio from existing video
Found a few good Black Friday discounts for iPhone and iPad owning filmmakers. Who doesn’t love a bargain? Readdle is offering 50% off of PDF Expert for iPhone (now $4.99, regularly $9.99) and PDF Expert for iPad (now $4.99, regularly $9.99), both of which are excellent for reading PDF screenplays and filmmaking contracts. Photojojo.com is offering a nice discount on their Camera Table Dolly (now
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. Rather than mount along the iPhone’s edge, like previous Glif models, the new Glif clamps down on the top and