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ICYMI, I am trying out as an appophonic phoneographer. I have rigged my iPhone 6 Plus with a BeastGrip Pro and a few other fancy schmancies like stabilizer, microphone and an LED light, plus a sexy looking deviantART camera strap.
Yeah... my Badass Iphone Tank-like Camera Housing. Hurhurr. I've done a video last August without the BeastGrip and boy was it horridly shaky! Since my Sony camera died in June, rather than getting a new one, I thought I'd try my hands on being another one of those iPhone Photo/Videographer wannabe. So here's what I did last Tuesday:
My fiancee and I were invited to the exclusive media preview and press conference of TOTEM by Cirque du Soleil on October 27 2015, a day ahead of the main opening show at the Big Top on Bayfront Avenue beside Marina Bay Sands, Singapore. The preview introduced two signature scenes of TOTEM: the Native American Hoop Dance & the Russian Bars. We will be watching the main show's finale on December 6 2015.
Video recorded on iPhone 6+ with Beastgrip Pro, edited using iMovie on iPad Mini 3. Music: Omé Yo Kanoubé, TOTEM
What do you think? I'm gonna keep learning how to do those Buzzfeed or Mashable type videos while continue to take photos with my iPhone along the way.
Previously known as ^estudio, Evan is a former independent documentary photojournalist (editorial reportage) in and around Asia with American and French press photo agencies. When not at work in his day jobs, which he is currently shackled down to in Singapore, he'll be seen walking around the city with his BeastGrip'ed iPhone 6 Plus, so if you suddenly see him walking up to you and point the lens into your face, don't freak out.
It's just Evan.
Evan is also a Photography & Photojournalism deviantART Senior Mentor. For more on how you would wish to be mentored, go to seniormentors