Making iPHONE Footage MORE CINEMATIC



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32 thoughts on “Making iPHONE Footage MORE CINEMATIC”

  1. Matti, I'm an old subscriber of your channel and because I love you and have a lot of respect for what you do, watching now this video published more than 2 years ago, I have to tell you… the image in this looks better, it sounds better and also, the overall vibe of the video is more pleasant.. i'm not one of those haters that have a lot of time and don't know what to do with it so they make other people feel terrible because they are terrible, but because I appreciate a lot what you've done for the community I thought I could share my thoughts as a fan with constructive feedback.. Cheers & love

  2. The problem with this video is that all of the tips to get better videos are to all do with money.

    Stabilisers- Really expensive so no one can afford it especially young filmmakers like me.

    Lens- The best quality ones are again really expensive

    Editing apps- Really expensive and need good technology to run it, my laptop can barely run filmora and it’s a bad app for cinema video

    Mic- again expensive

  3. Hey Matti, found your channel a few months ago (I think 'tato Jet might've caused that) – awesome info, I appreciate your efforts a lot. I'm shopping for a phone to use with filmic pro something to use when not lugging my dlsr 1 Ton crap around (99.99% of the time? lol). So I'm looking for a super phone with stabilization, dynamic range to have it as a spread sheet for brainstorming cinematic ideas. I surf so ip68 seems to be a must (although gonna use a case to double protect, and I wanna pair the phone with additional gopros) and a 4000+mah battery would be nice. On paper p30 pro seems to fit the bill but BUT – the footage that goes around is not all that convincing. iPhone seems to give amazing (not overly sharpened, stable) footage.

    Any opinions on what's the best these days? I like Android because, like a PC, I can customize and do whatever I want with it (I'm hands on and fairly tech savvy, I can open gear, change parts etc etc, make custom photo gear – u name it). A lot of the dudes online don't focus on the film ability of a phone. Even though I own a DSLR, in my experience I almost never lug that thing around unless I do a project. If you had a way to test various top phones, including Pixel 3, Xperia 1 and whatnot, I'd like to see a comparison of challenging light situations, action shots and whatnot.

  4. Thank you for tips! Does anyone knows how to learn editing? Like, I know nothing and all the videos I"ve been watching seems to be for someone who has an ideia about editing and color grading.

  5. The sickest part is the exporting, if you don’t do that right you are fucked , just like me hahahahaha, I most be doing something really wrong cause in my computer looks great but when I get it out of premier sucks

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