Are you interested in adding smartphone camera filters to your mobile filmmaking gear collection? Then you’re going to need to choose between the Moment Phone Filter Mount and the Moment Lens Filter Mount. The similar names of these products make this a little confusing, so be sure to utilize the product links below to find… Continue reading Moment Phone Filter Mount vs Moment Lens Filter Mount
Is the iPhone 13 Pro Max good for filmmaking? In this iPhone 13 Pro Max camera review, we’ll see every video mode put to the test.
In this camera review, see Google Pixel 6 Pro sample pictures from all the camera modes. Watch the accompanying Youtube video for sample video too!
Moment just released Grain – Video Preset Maker, which they claim is an approachable color grading app for iOS. See it put to the test, here.
Should you choose Android filmmaking or iPhone filmmaking? Mobile filmmakers in the market for a new device face a challenging choice. Learn more here.
In mobile filmmaking 101 you’ll learn the basics of making mobile films as well as what gear is worth purchasing. Learn it all here.
The Moment M-Series Lens Mount is one of the most hated products from Moment but is the disdain deserved. Learn more, here.
While there are loads of mobile macro lenses, only a few provide super high-quality results. One of those is the Sandmarc Macro Lens. Learn more here.
A smartphone telephoto lens like the BeastGrip Pro Series Tele Lens will provide a more natural bokeh and a compressed depth of field. Learn all about it, here.
Abstract photography on a smartphone, also known as abstract mobile photography, is a relatively new medium in the photography world. Some love it and some hate it, and still others care only about the final photo regardless of the type of camera that took it. No matter where you stand regarding smartphone photography, there’s no… Continue reading Abstract Photography on a Smartphone