In the third installment of our tutorial series, we cover ProCamera’s video mode, including resolution and frame rates.
The video explains everything you need to know to start your own iPhone video project with ProCamera.
Join us on this video shoot in a Berlin dance studio to learn more about ProCamera’s video mode. We teamed up with the very talented people of Neon Dance company and, as always, everything was recorded with iPhones and of course ProCamera.
BEHIND THE SCENES
To film all the footage we wanted to include in the tutorial in one single day – especially the side-by-side comparisons – we prepared a detailed script several days in advance. In the dance studio, we were a team of 3 guys + the amazing dancer and dance coordinator + 4 iPhones + a MacBook.
To record scenes simultaneously on two devices, we built a setup that allowed us to attach two iPhones (both iPhone 7 Plus) right next to each other. The comparison scenes wouldn’t be as striking if we had shot it in two takes with different camera settings one after the other.
This photo was taken during the warm-up of the dancers, but we all looked similar after that packed day of non-stop shooting…
At the very end of the tutorial video, you will find a scene that we filmed right in front of that giant mirror. It’s not just a visually pleasing effect, the mirrored glas also helped reflect some of the soft window light. As it was a rather dark and rainy winter day, we were really thankful for that little bit of extra light.