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20th Jan 2017
No Film School
FiLMiC Pro will be more powerful than ever for smartphone filmmakers.
After Tangerine premiered at Sundance 2015, everybody and their mom was wondering how director Sean Baker managed to make a film shot entirely on an iPhone 5s look so damn good. As they soon found out, he got a little help from the FiLMiC Pro app, which is designed to give shooters more control over their smartphone cameras' settings, like frame rate, resolution, and shutter speed.
But even though FiLMiC Pro has helped filmmakers utilize their smartphones in new, more effective ways, they have set their sights on giving them more options and latitude once they head into post by including a Log/Flat picture profile in their upcoming update, a feature that is usually only found in more expensive, high-end cameras to give filmmakers and colorists more control over their color grade.
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editing, post production, FiLMiC Pro