Cielo de la Paz
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,
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 track-
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
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.
You Tube: I often publish my videos directly to You Tube 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
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 filmmak-
ing with their iPhones. Her work has been featured on Apple's "Shot on
iPhone" ad campaigns.