Ghosts In The Stream

The iPhone 6+ is the first iPhone I have really admired as a camera. While many others have been preaching about their iPhone being their camera of choice for years, I never did fully buy into the phenomenon outside of the casual fun of taking and editing photos on the go.

The camera inside the 6+, however, is weirdly smart and capable. After shooting in Seoul and Japan with it this past December it hit me that I had no problem at all choosing the phone as my camera of choice in a handful of situations. I have a couple of writeup’s started in regards to this subject but for now I thought I would share one of my modest video experiments here which was taken with the higher frame rate slow motion feature of the 6+ and edited in iMovie on the phone. The music is from an excellent release from Exist Strategy on BandCamp. Enjoy.


  1. Mickey - February 18, 2015 at 11:10 pm

    Great camera phone. You are using exist strategy’s music. I remember like a year or two ago I recommended exist strategy on your other website.

    Good to see it. great music.

  2. John Carey - February 18, 2015 at 11:15 pm

    Yep, I remember and have been following his output since. Thanks for that, I’m always up for good suggestions.

  3. Peter - February 19, 2015 at 6:03 am

    Never heard of Exist Strategy before but I just looked them up and they’re fantastic. Thanks for the introduction, you have excellent taste in music.

  4. Adam Schoales - February 19, 2015 at 8:32 pm

    Love that shot at the top of the entry. Love winter imagery so so much!

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