Vancouver Aquarium in Anamorphic

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This is how you do it filmakrs: gorgeous well-composed steady shots in glorious Moondog Labs anamorphic Home Movie Masters take note of this experiment from Donald Rees with his MoondogLabs lens and our Filmakr app at the Vancouver Aquarium!
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George Spyros On How Low-Cost Video Cameras Are Disrupting the Job Market

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Renee Ward’s column LA Job Search Examiner over at Examiner.com features Filmakr creator George Spyros commenting on the history and ways in which high quality low cost cameras are disrupting the film/video job market. Read more

FIlmakr App Shoots Video Content for Inclusion Inside Another App:

A Digital Publishing Romance Novel Interactive Experience

Not that Filmakr doesn’t shoot content for broadcast tv and the web, but now we’re going to be included inside of a first-of-a-kind digital book app experience. Here’s a sweet photo from Tristan Pope making the Filmakr UI look as sexy as the model dude.

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Rocking the Beastgrip Pro and the Joby.

What You Actually Want

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It’s the difference between what people say they want, and what they actually want.

— Todd Yellin, Netflix’s VP of product innovation.

Word. Here at Filmakr Labs we’ve listened to input from professional DPs (directors of photography / cinematographers) and home movie makers not just by hearing what they say, but by watching what they do. The UX design (user experience) choices we’ve made let you make finished films, not just shoot a few clicks into your Camera Roll. We want to make sure you can quickly and easily make and share your family get-togethers, web antics, and stories needing telling. Just like Netflix wants you to watch what you actually want to watch, you want people to want to see your films. While Filmakr alone can’t unlock the inner creativity each and every one of us has inside, it sure can make it easier and more likely by taking lots of video-making obstacles out of your way.

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