In my latest video on YouTube I unbox and briefly talk about the Sandisk iXpand which is a flash thumb drive made for your iPhone/iPad or iPod Touch with a lightning port. I have another video coming up where I compare this product with a couple other similar products. If your looking to add more space to your iPhone or iPad you may want to checkout this video.
A friend and co-worker recently gave me some red potatoes that she had purchased at the farmers market here in Okinawa. We both like to cook and frequently talk about cooking. As a thank you to her for the potatoes I decided to make a video on what I cooked with them. It then occurred to me that this would be a good "how to" video on shooting cooking videos with your iPhone. So if your interested in that, or just want to see what I cooked check out the video below and please subscribe to my channel if you like it.
Photographer and cinematographer Sven Dreesbach recently worked on two surf video projects that show the possibilities of mobile cinematography. Sven created one, "Dark Waves" for a music video project for Robot Koch , and the other, "This Moment" as a pretty cool slo-mo video. Both were shot on an iPhone 6.
Good morning and Happy Sunday everyone in Okinawa. This weeks video about the Setsubun Festival at Naminoue Shrine is up and live on Youtube. In order for me to have my own channel name on YouTube, "ShootLighterTV", I need at least 100 subscribers. Please help me out and subscribe to see more of my videos, and help me reach this first channel goal. Hope everyone has a great day, and I hope you enjoy the video.
I've seen a lot of amazing photos and videos shot with iPhones. Swiss Professional Skier Nicolas Vulgnier however, recently shot a 360 degree video of himself skiing with his iPhone that simply blew me away. I'm still trying to figure out how someone can spin their iPhone around their head, connected to a string while they are skiing down a mountain. I'm not blessed with any degree of coordination, so even skiing down the mountain would be an accomplishment for me, so the idea of spinning my iPhone around me at the same time is simply crazy to me. Click below to read the whole story and watch the video.
Well, not my very first but my first one since I decided to get serious about running a ShootLighter YouTube channel. :) It's just an Unboxing video but it's a start right? Please check it out and let me know what you think. I recorded its with my iPhone 6s Plus, and edited it in iMovie on my iPad Pro. Also, please subscribe if you want to see more of these. Thanks for stopping by today.