I don't think this footage really beats what you might get from say a T2i and some thoughtful shooting and grading. You could say it's not 4k, but who among us is watching this in full screen 4k on our 4k monitors? I think it makes more sense to just buy a camera because you get way more lens options and the added benefit of learning proper exposure techniques as opposed to relying on auto. Should filmmakers shoot with iphone, maybe for instagram stories, but with phone cinematography you are really just shorting yourself. You absolutely need to know how a camera works and the best way is hands on. My 2 cents.
Maybe if he wasn't dingling around with the goddamn lights during rehearsal! How can anyone concentrate! I mean who is this fucking guy? The cinematographer? What is that? That sounds made up. You do not know how to work with REAL actors! You idiot!
Yeah, I was confused by that. I guess you upload the video to Youtube and play it back on your iphone and bam, professional monitor?
Alternate translation: I'm just jealous.
I don't remember Erin Brockavich ever being an investigative journalist. But you knew that didn't you. That pic is really about the plunging neckline isn't it?
Zero filmmakers would consider this camera a "wet dream" which is just a gross thing to say.