Tag: iPhone

Détour — A film by Michel Gondry

Détour — A film by Michel Gondry

Another surrealistic film by Michel Gondry who is known for indie movies like The Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and The Science of Sleep, most people would not even realise it was shot on an iPhone. Interesting story too. Détour is accompanied by six additional short tutorial videos that give a behind the scenes look at the filming and […]

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Bicycles in a Lombok Village

Bicycles in a Lombok Village

Although the villagers are poor and many men have to go away to Malaysia’s oil palm plantations to toil for years to support their families, somehow every kid seems to have his or her own bicycle. They don’t have much but rejoice in the little that they have.

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Random Singapore

Random Singapore

Random photos around Singapore. As the saying goes, the best camera is the one in your pocket. Most photos are taken with iPhone 5.

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Lombok Village

Lombok Village

Recently, I spent 3 days in a weaving village in Lombok. The experience made me realise how fortunate Singaporeans are, as many men from the village have to leave home for years to work in Malaysia oil palm plantations. Then again, the kids are pretty contented with their life. Taken with iPhone 5.

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Tokyo to Osaka

Tokyo to Osaka

I was on a trip to Tokyo and Osaka in early June. The weather is still pretty nice since it is early Summer. Taken with iPhone 5.

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1.24.14

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zJahlKPCL9g https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vslQm7IYME4 How time flies. It has been 30 years since Mac was introduced. To commemorate the 30th anniversary, Apple has created a video clip with just iPhone 5s. This is quite brilliant since it goes to show how much technology has evolved since the early monochrome computers. To all the gear fans who keep chasing after the best cameras, […]

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Rolling On – An iPhone Film

This is an experimental short film to test the video capability of the iPhone 3Gs. iPhone only has a very basic implementation of video. The only option, apart from the Start/Stop recording button, is to touch the targeted area on screen to focus. After shooting, you can trim the scenes in the phone itself. There is very little colour grading […]

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