Woke up early on Saturday morning and felt inspired to go out and shoot.
Directed, Edited, Scored by MrMoe
Location; New York's World Fair, Flushing Meadow Park
Device, Software and Accessories used;
1. iPhone 4 ($199)
2. OlloClip ($69.99)
3. Filmic Pro ($2.99)
4. GLIF ($20)
5. Gorilla POD ($25)
Prices as of: 12/05/11
The following is the workflow used for this video;
A. FilmicPro App Settings
1. Set app to 24fps @ 1280 x 720, FilmicPro 24mbs, 2.35.1 Guides
B. Imported footage;
1. Plug in iPhone 4 with USB cable
2. Imported using Aperture 3 (or you can iPhoto)
3. Export Files from Aperture to Folder on HD
C. Converted the files for editing using MPEGStreamClip
1. Open Batch files and selected files from HD
2. Converted using Native size to ProRes 422
D. Edited the footage using Final Cut Pro
1. Imported ProRes files into bin > Sequence @ 1280 x720 @24fps
2. Music from a Film score I composed a few years back
3. Applied NEAT Video (Noise Reduction) plugin and 2.35.1 matte
E. Exported movie file. Saved as mp4 file in Quicktime.
So this experiment is making me realize how much we are reaching the tipping point in Camera Technology. Even though the iPhone 4 (720p HD) isn't as good a camera as the iPhone 4S (1080p HD), you can still get a pretty good image. I love the FilmicPro app and I look forward to Cinegenix, LLC taking this app to the next level for nano film makers. The OlloClip is a wonderful (3 in 1 lens) adapter for the iPhone and can really make things FUN when using the Fisheye lens and gives some cool lens flares too. The GLIF & GorillaPOD are a must for stability and are important accessories when shooting on an iPhone. Really makes the difference. I'm going to do some more videos, but in the meantime I hope you enjoy this video as much as I enjoyed making it.
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