5 secrets for recording iPhone Video

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many professional photographers say the best camera is the one you are carrying. If this is true, then millions of iPhone users are packaging some excellent videography gear everywhere.

But wear around your iPhone and actually capture great images with it are two different things entirely. Want to be the next J.J. Abrams? Cut some scenes with these five iPhone movie-making tips.

1. Invest in gear to enhance your images

while the iPhone the convenient location makes it ideal for the acquisition only about every moment by some hardware to your handset will mean that more polished recordings. The $59 iKlip handle helps to stabilize a shot by video filmer give something to keep. It can also be used as a tripod so that you even in the shot.

But the iKlip's small legs are no match for the extendable stems in Apple's $299 Videography Kit for iPhone 6. Consisting of a Manfrotto Compact tripod action, a tripod MeFOTO mounting adapter, a Shure digital mic and a olloclip lens (all wrapped in a tripod Incase Sling), this setup is everything that you need for a Coppola-on-the-go. But the olloclip is hardly the only objectively in the city. Moment Has both wide angle and telephoto lenses up ($99 per piece), screw on a slim bracket so that your phone not only look great, but make videos are polished and unmistakable.

2. Learn your iPhone functions and settings 

Point and Shoot? Sure you can do that. But there are better tech in your iPhone as the first spacecraft to land on the moon, so why not shoot for the sky? Each iPhone model is different and each new model improves the camera. For example, is the latest model, the iPhone 6S, has many enhancements, including the ability to shoot ultra high-res 4K-Video. But if you do not have a 4K-TV or computer, you can view to disable this feature as it will quadruple the space that your videos on your phone. The iPhone 6s Plus also offers optical image stabilization - an important supplement that helps to smooth out the restless pictures are typical for hand-held cameras, especially in low light conditions.


3. Take your best shot

there is abundant apps for the iPhone and not surprisingly many of them on the handset the size of camera. But the Camera app on the iPhone is the one most commonly used, since it is from the beginning. It is fairly easy, but there are a few tricks to learn. For example, the fastest way is to open the camera from the iPhone lock screen. If your iPhone is lit, on the bottom right of the screen you will see a lock icon camera - slide to the tip as a window shade, and they are automatically flushed into the camera. Even though the camera is a Bare-Bones app, but everything you need to make the scene in front of you. Capture video, regularly in slow-motion scenes, and time-lapse picture material, the camera can be almost everything you need. Continuous automatic tracking considers topics in focus automatically. And how many other Apps, pinching enlarges the image that you want to record. Another great feature is like light can be adjusted on the fly-you simply touch the screen and slide your finger up or down to select the image lighter or darker. Videographers looking to your moviemaking game may want to upgrade to the $4.99 movi d. At expert level features such as Audio Metering, adjustable mic volume, manual focus, and programmable settings make it worthwhile for camera people who want to master their recordings.

4. Edit to perfection

the difference between a movie and a film is all in the processing. Everyone can videos, but taking the time to edit it then makes it great. Apple's in-house movie editing app, iMovie is a solid, easy-to-use way cut long, and merge several scenes. But serious case, the $4.99 App is all about transitions (this stylish faded and lost between the scenes) which is great but there is so much more to edit. For example, Best of 2015 app video shop ups ante (for only $1.99), allowing users to add music, sound effects and voice output, as well as creating slow, fast motion, or even reversed videos. Such as iMovie, you can also use graphics or apply filters. For those who have no time to sew a series of shorter clips, real times will do it for you in the background. The free app is to scrape off the recordings, curating a collection of photos and ready-to-watch clips that automatically cut off, filtered and framed for your display (and share) to the pleasure.

5. Share the love

all the above applications can share recordings on your favorite social networking and photo/video sharing sites in a jiffy. But there are also other possibilities, your videos that you might not have thought. For example, almost as long as the Internet was in order, the people have a good GIF. Giphy cam, you can create your own short looping video by dragging media from your recording or recording a fresh take directly from your camera. Meme it with a confused Vincent Vega, 8-bit sunglasses or a pair of unicorns and Rainbow and you have a modern masterpiece.

For a more serious on sharing, periscope, Apple App of the year, will live stream your video feed to the huddled masses of the Internet. It is more about breaking news and hot takes as art, but it is an interesting way to share your memories anyway. Is your daughter competing in figure skating national championships? Periscope, Scene and save grandma the cost of a cross-country flights. Remarkable is that this is the only time you should use video with your phone in upright position. Streaming video services such as periscope were observed on mobile phones, so that a portrait shot is in order. But all the other video should be rotated sideways, because this is how the computer, television and film images are set up.

And speaking of television, warehouse a great free video and photo sharing application and it has an excellent Apple TV app, it is a joy to see Home Videos home again. A stylish collage of your best memories, warehouse mixes photos with videos to save all the angle of a reminder. And is it not the point of all this recording options, anyway?

source: time.com

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