Rooie Wip Windmill ~ Pinhole Film

Rooie Wip Windmill ~ Pinhole Film .
Red hollow post mill – in dutch known as “Rooie Wip” wipmolen – build 1639 for draining polder water into the nearby Old Rhine river in Alphen (near Hazerswoude) , Holland.
Filmed summer 2013 with a pinhole camera : SLR Magic ‘Toy’ Pin Hole cap – f/128 aperture, 12mm focal length (24mm-equivalent), 84° angle view – mounted on a Olympus Micro Four Third camera (E-PM1). Sound recorded using a Olympus LS-10 Linear PCM Recorder. Rooie Wip Windmill ~ Pinhole Film | 20200712 |

Tripod on Trail

Tripod on Trail ~ Green Heart polders in Holland. Some trembling of the iPhone in the strong wind gusts.
Using a larger (carbon) tripod with the Manfrotto TwistGrip universal smartphone clamp (foldable, thus not very rigid) seems worse in the wind compared to my default iPhone tripod, the little Joby GripTight One GorillaPod Stand. The problem is that Manfrotto smartphone clamp. No stabilization in post (FCPX) used, because that makes shaking worse. By the way it did stand close to the iPhone X to shield it from the wind. Røde smartlav plus fuzzy windscreen just around the zipper inside my half-opened jacket. That little Joby GorillaPod is generally used eiher on the ground (were wind is less) or handheld close to the body standing , or else when sitting pushed on a knee. Tripod on Trail | 20200707 |