I just got Adobe Premiere Pro and this is my first attempt at using it. Pretty sweet! (I'm by no means an editor, but man this is a cool program.) The footage is some random horseback riding footage my friend Shay (ShayYuval.com) and I took with our iPhones while we were out with the horses.
We just used the regular camera app on our phones that shoots in 1080p at 30fps (I would've prefered Filmin Pro in "Filmic Extreme" mode at 24fps, but whatevs).
I made no color corrections or changes to the "look" of the footage aside from adding a very light vignette.
How I made the vignette: After reading a couple different tutorials, I basically made a new "Transparent Video" in my Bin. Then I added it as a video track on the timeline. Then I opened it with After Effects (but you can do the same by going to Video Effects in Premiere Pro), then went to Video Effects>Generate>Circle. Then I dragged the circle into an ellipse so that the sides and top went beyond the video frame (to get the right vignette arc in the corners). Then I set the Feather to 400, Opacity to 80%, checked Invert Circle, and selected White as the color. After Effects (and Photoshop) are linked to Premiere so when I made changes there, they automatically appeared in the video layer in Premiere Pro. Bam! Nice, natural-looking, light vignette that you can easily turn on/off.
I also wanted to make the footage native 2.35:1 instead of doing the regular 16:9 with the black letterbox bars at the top and bottom, and I found this guy's awesome tutorial here: whoismatt.com/cinemascopetutorial/
He includes a letterbox .psd file to download and lay over your preview video so that you can shift the footage up/down to recompose the shots, and then how to export at 2.35:1 without having letterbox bars.
The song is "Eblouie Par La Nuit" by Zaz.
Thanks to Shannon Farar-Griefer - your horses are absolutely adorable!