Most video content is consumed on small screens. My team is working on tools to help visual storytellers in developing countries tell better stories. Big stories. Small screens.
Most video content is consumed on small screens. My team is working on tools to help visual storytellers in developing countries tell better stories. Here’s my first self-portrait with my new DIY iphone rig. We’ll be putting together a how-to video for building this rig out of PVC, (not including the Phocus Accent iPhone lens system or the shotgun mic.)
I am also writing a comprehensive review of iOS cameras and editing apps.
Big stories. Small screens.
I'm a husband, father, and adopted child of God. Vocationally, I'm a visual storyteller; that means filmmaker with all its possible variations as the world of visual storytelling grows and changes. I like to tell and pass on stories that help people find the place where their deep satisfaction meets the others' deep needs.
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cool, I am also into iPhone videography. I have a 4S, an Photojojo Olloclip for wide and macro shots, a Rode Videomic for sound. I was looking at the steadicam smoothee for iPhone, but I’ll still need a way to mount all my other things to it. Does the creation you are showing in this picture help with smoothing? I also need to get something for lighting.