The smartphones of today are serious content creation tools and they require serious training and inspiration to master.
That’s where we come in. FOCUSONMOBILE is operated by filmmaker and technologist Doug Daulton and a group of his very accomplished friends.
We have extensive experience using mobile devices to create still photography, podcasts, video and more. Come in and look around. Welcome.
Mobile filmmakers want the same tools as the big boys. Freefly listened and created the Movi, a hand-held gimbal for smartphones.
Could a smartphone replace your “real” camera? Well now it seems, that some people have just decided the answer to that question is “yes.”
Filmic continues to demonstrate its loyalty to mobile filmmakers by releasing DoubleTake, a standalone app that transforms your iPhone into a mobile multi-cam studio.
In photography, there is a well-known guideline for better composition called “The Rule of Thirds.” Use it to make better photos.
There are lots of ways to attach your iPhone to a tripod. We have tried many. If you’re shooting stills or video, this is one of the very best, hands-down.
We bit the bullet and ordered a set of Moment gear for our iPhone 11 Pro Max. Moment makes everything from phone cases, to lenses and other accessories that the aspiring shutterbug (or filmmaker) would ever want.
In what has to count as good news, we found out today that lots of SXSW short films can be watched for free, online, thanks to a sponsorship from Oscilloscope and Mailchimp. Lots of filmmakers were counting on the SXSW venue to gain an audience for their work. Thanks to COVID-19, that isn’t happening – at least not how we…
Here’s a video by our guest contributor, Lee Herbert. Lee is a master Final Cut Pro teacher and all around video wizard who runs a production company in Australia. He used to work for Apple and is one of the best Final Cut teachers in the world. We’re grateful to be able to feature his content here on FOM.