For your viewing pleasure: A video from the photos and video I shot with my phone this week while out and about. Video compiled with the iOS app, Replay.
We now collect so many photos and so much video with our smartphones, yet we don’t have the time to create interesting content with that media. This app is designed to address that issue. So, in a matter of minutes, here is what it did from media I shot yesterday.
I thought the characterization of video shot on the 6 Plus as “cinematic” was going to be a marketing overstatement—simply gross hyperbole! No. It’s not! The video is buttery smooth, beautiful, stable, gorgeously fluid. Shocking! Simply shocking!
I can’t imagine the complexity of 360º time lapse video. It bends my brain. The whole stitching process must make one suicidal. But, to add another level of complexity, shoot the 360º video time lapse of night time star trails! And, to just explode the complexity curve, shoot from night time to day time.
A week ago today I was hunkered down on the west peak of Mount Tamalpais. I felt as though I were on top of the world because the wind was blasting dense fog straight toward me, just barely over my head. I could reach up and almost touch this ceiling of fog. Coming from the Pacific […]
People who know me are aware of my love of dabbling with photography, video, Final Cut Pro X (FCPx) and the like. FCPx can utilize plugins to help producers realize their creative visions. One such plugin, created by Yanobox, is Nodes, which is distributed through FxFactory. I first became aware of Nodes, a generative motion […]
That’s what we say in the south when we’re about to do something. I’m fixin’ to go on a video shooting spree—shooting video (with a camera) of everything I can in the bay area. In preparation for this adventure, I’ve been doing some test shots with my 3 cameras: the GoPro, iPhone, and Canon 5Dmk2. I would […]
The entrance to the north bay is through the “Golden Gate” under the Golden Gate Bridge. The area was once owned by the military but was given to the National Park Service in the 1970’s I think. Today, it’s commonly referred to as the Headlands, over 66,000 acres of gorgeous, undeveloped wilderness. I rather enjoy […]
The hardest part of creating this short video was deciding what to leave out! Unlike any video project I’ve ever posted, this one actually has some video footage in it: from my iPhone (in horrible wind and weather) and 5Dmk2 (in a shaky helicopter). Even with advanced stabilization in post, the footage is, well, interesting! […]
This is pretty stunning. Be sure to watch it at 720p or 1080p! This was shot with a GoPro camera mounted to a DJI Innovations Phantom quadrocopter. Related articles Niagara Falls Like You’ve Never Seen Before (huffingtonpost.com)