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Movie made with iPhone 4 Answered

The new iPhone has just been out for a few days and someone's already made a short film with it. Shot and edited entirely on an iPhone 4 over 48 hours, "Apple of My Eye" is a gripping tale of ice cream and model train nostalgia. Check out the video below to see the movie and some behind the scenes footage.


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lemminggenocide
lemminggenocide

10 years ago

five minutes filled with cheesy stereotypes and cliches. i feel violated.

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fungus amungus
fungus amungus

Reply 10 years ago

Relax. The movie itself was only 90 seconds.

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Kryptonite
Kryptonite

Reply 10 years ago

That was the best bit.

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Quest for Questions
Quest for Questions

10 years ago

Man you people are critical. This was done on a phone, remember ? (for those nincompups who don't think so, it was, it's just that the Iphone 4 haves a strong capacity camera (it's a bit stronger then the old TV cameras (40 pps for Iphone, 26 for old TV)))

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mbudde
mbudde

10 years ago

Haha I like how the video that was shot on the iPhone was put on the web in a format that can't be viewed on the iPhone or iPod touch.

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Whales
Whales

Reply 10 years ago

SCIENCE! has failed.... haha. How life works, huh?

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Plasmana
Plasmana

10 years ago

Wow, that was a lot of effort put in, I think Ill just stick to my camcorder and my apple computor. :)

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Leejin
Leejin

10 years ago

How did you keep it soooo still? Post production stabilization?? If so, please tell me what program. Or, if you used a steadycam, please do tell... Haha. Great job btw. Some great shots in there.

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mymixed
mymixed

Reply 10 years ago

Well post stabilization wouldn't be that smooth (I have tried It - After Effects) so they must have used a clamp.

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caitlinsdad
caitlinsdad

10 years ago

There's HAM radio operators...then there's model railroaders... Rosebud.

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kcls
kcls

10 years ago

I don't like Vimeo. When I click to view in HD, it says " view in HD on vimeo". When I click that, it goes to vimeo, and when I try to turn HD on, it does the same thing. Vid was cool though.