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Videojournalist Erika Kocourkova-Tetur used VideoPro Camera to document the closing of Tully’s Coffee shop and its effect on the Fillmore dististrict of San Francisco. The video was one of a series she shot for the New Fillmore newspaper and Web site. Erika shot the video with VideoPro Camera on her iPhone 5s and used a Sony Bluetooth mic and tripod. Erika graduated in the journalism from San Francisco State University where she studied photo and videojournalism.
Earl Wright returned from the Navy to San Francisco 67 years ago — and remembers almost every detail of that momentous day. The video was shot using an iPhone and VideoPro Camera App using a Sony bluetooth wireless mic for the interview. Watch it now on the VideoPro Camera YouTube channel:
Wouter Vanroom, well known pianist from Holland, plays Jazz at the Olive Mill in Entrecasteaux, France. The video was shot using an iPhone and VideoPro Camera App using a Sony bluetooth wireless mic for the interview. Watch it now on the VideoPro Camera YouTube channel:
Ken Kobre celebrates friendship at any age. Shot with the VideoPro Camera app and an iPhone 5. Watch it now on the VideoPro Camera YouTube channel:
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Host Mary Thorsby takes you on a tour of the market in the town of Salernes in France. Using his iPhone and VideoPro Camera, videographer Ken Kobre captured sound using a wireless lavalier mic and a shotgun mic while monitoring sound through headphones.
Watch this short video to find out how you can make better videos with VideoPro Camera. You’ll learn how to monitor sound to capture better audio, how to zoom slowly and steadily like the pros, how – and why! – to lock focus, exposure, and white balance to achieve the effects you want, and how to use stabilization to achieve steadier shots. Shot with VideoPro Camera!