by Caleb Rexius | FilmPac There’s never just one way to do something. I’ve always loved finding nontraditional ways to light scenes and subjects. Today I get to share some of my favorite lighting tricks. #1 – Computer or Tablet Screen That isolated glow on someone’s face or hands in the middle of a darker […]Read more "Top 10 Alternative Light Sources for Video"
by Cinecom | Jordy Vandeput The process of 3D scanning is not new, but the technology today is very accessible. In the past you would need expensive equipment. In the video below, the guys at Cinecom demonstrate how you can scan real life objects using a simple app on your iPhone or iPad. This app […]Read more "Create a 3D Environment by SCANNING Objects (Polycam)"
by Brian Bosche I came across this fun one today just surfing and I was so impressed with it (tho not so much the quality) that I still had to share it with you: https://m.facebook.com/buzzfeednifty/videos/177252086831342/ On a related note… Are you using your iPhone camera features to their full potential? Some iPhone camera settings are so well hidden that […]Read more "Awesome iPhone Photo Tricks"
by nofilmschool.com Camera tracking after the fact isn’t easy. Here’s a way to do it while you’re shooting for free. FXHome is known for HitFilm, popular desktop software that combines editing, compositing, tilting and 3D tools in one filmmaker friendly suite. With the release of version 15, the chroma key, auto-stabilizer, and motion tracking options are […]Read more "Capture iPhone Footage and 3D Tracking Data at the Same Time with This Free App"
by Larry Jordan – LarryJordan.com Image Capture is fast, secure, flexible… and free! In Larry Jordan’s weekly newsletter, he illustrated a process to quickly and securely transfer photos or video from an iPhone to a Mac using Image Capture. While many of us use AirDrop, Apple’s free utility, Image Capture, provides the following benefits: Faster file transfers due […]Read more "How To: Quickly Transfer iPhone Media"
by Payette Forward I don’t normally show this sort of thing, but since your iPhone is such an intricate part of any video professional’s arsenal — whether it be contacting clients, using apps for film making, or actually capturing your project with it’s camera — it’s important to keep your iPhone in tip top shape […]Read more "iPhone Settings You Need To Turn Off NOW"
by Amy Horton Filmmaking has become a mobile operation and having a capable app on your phone makes life so much easier. While many iPhone owners still use iMovie (the OG video-editing app from Apple), there are tons of additional free apps you can utilize. Here are some favorites. Click here to read more detail […]Read more "Favorite (Free) Video Editing Apps for your iPhone"
By FonePaw Nowadays, an increasing number of unwanted calls from telemarketing agencies or scammers has been a real problem. If you have been receiving those worthless robocalls with neither your phone’s built-in call blocking feature nor FTC’s Do Not Call Registry being able to help, you can use one of the third-party robocall blocker apps to […]Read more "Best Free Robocall Blocker Apps for iPhone and Android"
by Dunja Djudjic Even if you don’t use a smartphone for creating videos, it can still be a useful addition to your workflow. There are tons of apps out there you could find useful, and Sareesh Sudhakaran from Wolfcrow shares some of them in his latest video. This is a list of 18 apps he […]Read more "SMARTPHONE APPS YOU NEED AS A CINEMATOGRAPHER"
by Josh Brown Here’s the deal: The HEIF image format, which Apple uses ever since iOS 11 in the form of HEIC files, is a great alternative to JPEG. But HEIC is still not yet adopted widely. Today, we’d like to introduce you to our simple, secure & 100% free WALTR HEIC Converter. It converts […]Read more "Introducing the WALTR HEIC Converter. But what is it?"