Click to Watch in HD > 48 Hours in Singapore | Shot on the iPhone 7 Plus (4K)

Watch This week, I wanted to challenge myself and do something new, so I went about to shooting a video entirely on an iPhone. We travelled to the iconic spots of Singapore, and some of my favourite places to hang: - Marina Bay Sands - Art Science Museum - Gardens by the Bay - Sentosa - Universal Studios Singapore - The Luge - Little India - Sultan Mosque, Arab St Is it meh or wow? Let me know in the comments! Some geeky thoughts about using the iPhone 7 plus for video: - 4k camera quality is crisp and clear, but only on a good sunny day. In low light, the footage becomes a mush. - The wide angle lens is still better than the telephoto lens, especially when its not sunny. Nevertheless, quality is still much better than digital zoom. - The wide angle lens is still not wide enough for me. - The image stabilization is great - Bokeh or blurred background effect is really hard to achieve, and can only appear in the slightest bit if you go real close to your subject. - Colours are nice right from the camera, but not flat enough for me to grade much. - Leave the front camera for Snapchat and casual selfies. - If you want to shoot anything serious with the iphone, download the Pro Cam 4 app to have manual control of everything. I regretted not downloading the app before shooting this. So thats pretty much about it. Do subscribe to join me on this journey of music and travel :) FOLLOW ME ON instagram - snapchat - shawnekoh facebook - twitter - For any music or video making related opportunites, contact me at [email protected]

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