Now that the weather is chilzy here in the north east, I want share some footage I shot back in the spring. Hopefully we can get through this winter and get to warmer days.
Our winter 2013 film project is well on it’s way. It looks like it’ll be what it can be best described as a long form short film, probably around 20 minutes in TRT. It’s being shot entirely on an iPhone using various lenses and the FilmicPro app. Below is some b-roll we recorded for the film high above the Financial District of Manhattan. It will give you an idea of the look we’re going for.
As we get ready to shoot an all smart phone project, here is another test I ran using my iPhone and the Owle Bubo 37mm lens adapter. First part is shot with a Wide Angle .45x lens, followed by a Telephoto Converter 2.0x lens. The location is the corner of Broadway and John Street in the Financial District area of Manhattan.
I think with some color correction and sound scape the footage can be more than adequate. There’s really no excuse to delay making your film these days. BONUS: Watch for my attempt at a Spielberg-esque obstruction cut at 14 seconds.