A black and white photo of a woman with a microphone, taken with an iPhone 4.

Time.com reports on short film shot on iPhone 4

Back in January of this year, we told you about a short film shot on an iPhone 4 by filmmaker, Park Chan-Wook. ‘Night Fishing‘ was the first large-budget project that embraced the iPhone as its primary camera. The camera crew also used an Owle Bubo iPhone mount, and the EnCimena35 35mm Lens Adaptor.

Ever wonder what happened to the short? Check out Time.com fantastic report on this groundbreaking film.

Thanks to HHH reader, Reese Golchin for putting this on our radar.


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Video: The HHH Mobile Filmmaking presentation at LACPUG

Just in case you missed my Mobile Filmmaking presentation at the Los Angeles Creative Pro User Group back in July, here’s a (low angle) video of the whole enchilada! It’s PACKED with apps and accessories you need to know! Check it out! And as always, if you dig it, share it!

Smartphone mounted on a tripod using a New GLIF clamp holder for stability.

The New GLIF tripod mount looks awesome!

UPDATE – MAY 30, 2017: Having successfully wrapped up its Kickstarter campaign, the GLIF is now available for purchase directly from the Studio Neat website! The GLIF will run you $28, while the full set with hand grip and wrist strap will set you back $55. The GLIF, one of the first iPhone camera accessories is still one of the best. And it’s about to get even better! Just in case you’ve been avoiding every article ever written about mobile filmmaking, the GLIF is a pocket-sized tripod mount for your iPhone.


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