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SHOWCASE: “Fools Parade” Music Video shot with iPhone 4s

Looking for a little iPhone inspiration?  Want to induce a visual migraine?  Here’s a little something that might satisfy both!

Check out this very cool music video for Trumpeter Swan’s Fools Parade. It was directed, shot, and edited by Jeff Turboff.   First, he used his iPhone 4s to shoot the video. He then converted that into over 5,000 separate stills, all of which he post-processed with a neat little photo app called Phototropedelic.

It’s always exciting to see what happens when filmmakers hijack apps that were never meant for video.  Enjoy!

‎PhotoTropedelic
‎PhotoTropedelic
Developer: Larry Weinberg
Price: $2.99+
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