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Award-winning mobile filmmaker Cassius Rayner goes old-school to show you how to get the most out of your iPhone 8 Plus with FiLMiC Pro in Episode 11 of “Mobile Filmmaking with Cassius Rayner!”
In Episode 10 of “Mobile Filmmaking with Cassius Rayner,” Cassius shows you best practices for shooting a sequence with FiLMiC Pro!
FiLMiC Pro (v6.14) will remove support for the Zoom lens currently available under Settings > Camera menu on dual and tri-lens iPhones.
Award-winning filmmaker Cassius Rayner shows you how to shoot cinematic slow-motion footage with FiLMiC Pro in this new tutorial!
“Symphony of Spheres” is a short documentary from award-winning filmmaker SJ van Breda that attempts to show the process and philosophy of abstract sculptor Brendon Edwards. Shot with FiLMiC Pro.
To better achieve development and design goals, a product must be focused. We are not in the business of making Swiss Army Knives.
FiLMiC Cubiform technology generates real-time color look-up tables for images with minimal GPU or CPU utilization.
Katherine Bourne Taylor is a mobile filmmaker about to make a splash with her latest short film, “Ships in the Night,” when it hits the film festival circuit later this month. “Ships in the Night” is a live-action short WITH animation, so this is a first for us here on the blog!
As part of our ongoing series interviewing the current crop of mobile filmmakers making a name for themselves in the world of indie film, we’d like to introduce you to Beraat GÖKKUŞ.
“I’ve always thought that the most important thing as a Director is to tell a story by any means of shooting. Today you can do it with a simple piece of kit that fits in your pocket.”