iPhoneography is my main squeeze, but iVideography is making it’s way into my world as well. It is such a perfect and productive way to kill a few hours when on the road. Long bus or train rides don’t seem so bad when you are engrossed in the production of your very own reality series or Mother’s Day video for your mom (hope you aren’t reading this one, Mom).
This definitely won’t be turning into a “vlog” but I hope to have more videos up on The Blonde Gypsy soon. I’ve got an arsenal of video footage from Ukraine and Romania just waiting to be put together into some kind of wonderful. Not to mention a music video in the works for the rap song I recorded. You wish I were joking, but I am not.
Check out my latest article What gear do I need to start: iVideography on Matador Goods for recommendations on cool apps and accessories you can try if making videos using your iPhone is something that interests you as well. I am going to leave you with one of the very first videos that I ever made entirely on an iPhone. It’s from when I was in Romania and is totally amateur, but at least you can see some of the video apps in use (I was using iMovie, Splice and 8mm at this point). Maybe even get a good idea of what NOT to do ;)
P.S. Have to mention that although this video is up on Youtube, I am in the process of making the switch to Vimeo for all my travel related videos…