June 29, 2010

A film shot & edited entirely on an iPhone

Amazingly, Apple of My Eye is a short movie shot and edited entirely on an iPhone 4:

I’m smitten, especially given that my little brother and I made our own little train video (embarrassingly crude by comparison, but helped immeasurably by Johnny Cash) on our parents’ iMac some years ago. I’m struck by the radical quality difference between a 2002-vintage consumer camera, and what David Lynch might call your effing telephone of today. [Via]

Posted by John Nack at 12:03 AM on June 29, 2010


  • Ken — 1:19 AM on June 29, 2010

    wow John that is inspiring, I have mine on order. Do you know what apps were used to edit?

    Thank you for this.
    Ken in KY

  • Allen Cobb — 3:44 AM on June 29, 2010

    Here’s a POV rail ride I shot a few years ago as part of a sound-art installation I did at ICON Gallery in Fairfield, Iowa.

    There is also a binaural recording made with a mic in each end of the 150-foot track tube. The sound was also available via headphones if you wanted to hear the inside of the tube while watching the monorail. In an adjacent screening room, this video (or one very similar to it) was playing on a 12-foot screen with full-range sound track. The big sound and big screen made it rather exciting.

    [Cool stuff, Allen. –J.]


    [Gee, where do I put “10”?]

  • Glyn Dewis — 4:50 AM on June 29, 2010

    Didn’t think it would take long for some examples of video shot and edited using the new iPhone 4; and geez what a great example.

    Thanks for sharing John :)

  • aaa — 12:29 AM on June 29, 2010

    John – why is the Fixing Adobe’s Customer Service article taken down? Adobe could put their effort into fixing the broken service instead of putting their time into killing your blog posts!

    [It’s just a site migration bug. I’m working to fix these problems as I find them. Thanks for the heads-up. –J.]

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