Remember Fstoppers? The guys that did a professional photo shoot session using the iPhone 6s Plus? Well, they’ve brought something related to the iPhone 6s Plus again and this time, it isn’t a photo shoot session but video recording.
Sometime back, I shared with you a short video that was shot specifically using the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge and of course, that produced really cool video. After processing and final touch of course.
We’ve witnessed how mobile phone cameras have evolved over the years. From when you can only snap blurring images using the back camera alone to when your phone camera produces awesome pictures even while using the front facing camera.
Photo and Videographer, Sven Dreesbach has released two short videos which were said to have been shot using the iPhone 6s Plus been placed on a stabilization rig.
“I shot two ‘surf videos’ at the same time,” Dreesbach said for the Fstoppers blog. “The main project (‘Dark Waves’) was a music video I shot for Robot Koch from the infamous indie label Monkeytown Records in Berlin. The other project (‘This Moment’) is a ‘visual poem’ and has more of a branded content look.”
“One of the main reasons to pick the iPhone over more professional cameras was not only excitement over the new features (120fps in HD) but also the small budget,” Dreesbach said. “We spent less money on hardware than we would have if we rented any gear. On top of that we had the option to go back into the water any time we needed for pick up shots, which turned out useful, since it’s hard to plan too far ahead when shooting surf. You gotta be ready for the ocean, when it is for you!”