Cielo de la Paz

Lo­ca­tion: San Francisco Bay Area, CA One-Line Bio: Cielo is the founder of thesto­ryo­graphist.com, a site that teaches blog­gers and small busi­ness own­ers sto­ry­telling and film­mak­ing with their iPhones. Her work has been fea­tured on Ap­ple's "Shot on iPhone"

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Ever­note: This is where I store all of my notes for my con­tent. No video is filmed with­out first be­ing out­lined in Ever­note!

FiLMiC Pro: This app al­lows me to have the most con­trol over how I film with my iPhone. I can man­u­ally con­trol ex­po­sure, fo­cus, zoom, lenses used—every­thing!

DJI GO: This app al­lows me to con­trol DJI's gim­bal sys­tem that I use to sta­bi­lize my iPhone as I film. It's a great app for auto track­ing sub­jects.

Splice: This is one of the best video edit­ing apps avail­able! I use it over iMovie be­cause it can do every­thing so eas­ily, such as add tran­si­tions, music, voiceovers, and fil­ters.

Videoshop: I mostly use Videoshop to fix ex­po­sure, colors, and shad­ows in my video clips.

Boomerang: Some­times I want to add a bit of fun to my videos, and Boomerang al­lows for some play­ful footage.

SpyHop: This app is a stock video footage app that lets you li­cense your iPhone videos.

Drop­box: When I want to do some se­ri­ous edit­ing, I up­load my video onto my Drop­box and then ac­cess it from my lap­top. I also use Drop­box to store my videos.

YouTube: I of­ten pub­lish my videos di­rectly to YouTube from my phone so that I can eas­ily share them with oth­ers.

Skill­share: After I've cre­ated my video classes on Skill­share, I of­ten log on to see if my stu­dents have any ques­tions.

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