1. Herman Berlandt. Do you know this man? He reshaped the face of poetry in the United States. He did it in a joyful exercise of self expression. His persistence has given us the National Poetry Month, The National Poetry Foundation, and Poetry Slamms. Here is a short video that tells about Herman, his poetry, and what he's accomplished.

    This video is a production of Your Life Matters.Video and was filmed entirely on a iPhone 6S plus.

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  2. Allen Bronstein the iPhone Video Guru and author of "Make iPhone Movies Everyone Loves" shows how to make a DYI Dolly / Slider using an inexpensive smartphone tripod mount, a dish cloth, and a book. For more tips check out Allen's book on Amazon. amzn.to/1PO4yTr

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  3. Here is a 35 second impression of Dia de los Muertos at the Point Reyes community center. Shot on a iPhone 5s and editing in Final Cut Pro.

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  4. What is a beauty lens?

    Did you know that your mobile device has a wide angle lens that distorts your pictures, especially the ones of people's faces? In this video Allen Bronstein, The iPhone Video Guru, compares the difference between using the lens that comes with your phone vs using a 2X Telephoto Lens attachment, and why this is so important. Allen shows you some of the 2X Telephoto lens and case options that are available for various smartphones and tablets. The 2X telephoto "Beauty Lens" offers you the option to create distortion free images. For more movie and photography tips visit: WWW.MOBILEMOVIEMAKING.COM an online magazine devoted to smartphone film making.

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  5. Cutting on Action is a major aspect of invisible editing. Cutting on action, or matching action, gives life and vitality to a character’s movements in a sequence. Vitality, that just wouldn’t have been there had it been shown as just a static shot of the same action. Cutting on action is accomplished by matching the motion between two different shots so that they appear to be one fluid movement across the cut. This is accomplished by filming the action at least twice, using the same movement each time, but shot from a different angle, position, or shot size. It can be used with any movement or gesture, including subtle changes in a subjects gaze from one thing to another.

    Allen Bronstein, The iPhone Video Guru is author of Make iPhone Movies Everyone Love and Co-Founder of MobileMovieMaking.com an online magazine dedicated to all aspects of Mobile Movie Making.

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