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7 Tips for Making Your Smartphone Cinematography More Cinematic

These tips will help you take your smartphone filmmaking to the next level. The best camera is the one you have, right? Right! If the only camera you have is the one in your smartphone, then you might be stressing over the hurdles that you have to jump over to make your cinematography look as good as possible. However, filmmaker Zach Ramelan shares 7 tips in his latest video that will help you tackle the challenges of shooting a film on a smartphone. Check it out below. Can we just put this whole "smartphone filmmaking is dumb and amateur" thing to bed? Because...you guys, it's tired. Tech is advancing, my friends, and smartphones are shooting 4K, capturing 240 fps (Sony's Xperia XZ2 shoots a whopping 960 fps at 1080p ), and have a ton of apps and accessories that give you the power to beef up your camera rig. As you probably know by now, Steven Soderbergh shot his latest film High Flying Bird with smartphone technology: Read More...

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Published By: NoFilmSchool - Tuesday, 26 March

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