Big Thanks to our Sponsors

Just wanted to take a quick moment to thank the developers that continue to sponsor Hand Held Hollywood. They are absolute rockstars! If you like HHH, and want to support us, than please support our sponsors. They truly keep the hard drives humming.

MatchLens is a professional calculator for iPhone that computes equivalent lens focal lengths to produce the same field of view between two cameras with different aperture/sensor sizes. It will do a “Match Lens” calculation between your original camera’s focal length and your current camera’s focal length. Awesome! It’s also worth mentioning that MatchLens was our very first sponsor, and has been with us since the beginning. Horray MatchLens!

Final Draft is the industry standard screenwriting software. If you’re writing a script, you’ll want to get a copy of Final Draft for your Mac or PC. It’s as simple as that.

Luminar is the original and most advanced DMX lighting controller for iPhone and iPad. It allows users to wirelessly control lighting fixtures, dimmers, consoles, and media servers all via a Wi-Fi connection.

The OWLE BUBO is the coolest iPhone camera grip out there. It will help stabilize your shots, give you a wide angle lens, add four 1/4″ tripod mounts, add a forward-facing microphone for better audio, and provide a shoe mount for a light or additional accessory.  On top of that, it looks cool as hell.

SuperMeet events unite video user groups, and independent media makers from all over the world. SuperMeets are huge gatherings of creative and collaborative editors, HDSLR filmmakers, digital content creators and Gurus.  If you’re in the biz, make sure you get to a SuperMeet.  Their next event is in Amsterdam.

If you’d like to become a Hand Held Hollywood sponsor, just drop us a line. Thanks!


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Shang-Chi Director Directed From His iPhone

I enjoyed reading this brief ScreenRant story, so I thought I’d share it here. It describes how Destin Daniel Cretton, the director of Marvel’s Shang-Chi and The Legend of the Ten Rings, was forced to direct an important scene via his iPhone while in the hospital for the birth of his child! Sadly, it doesn’t divulge the details of that unusual workflow, but it’s an excellent reminder that we’re all toting the world’s most versatile piece of filmmaking gear in our pockets and purses!


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