My 8 year old accompanied me on my trip to Lubbock, Texas, this weekend, and we made our way back to Oklahoma City this afternoon. At the eastbound I-40 rest stop about an hour east of Amarillo, we recorded a two minute video watching some of the contrails and beautiful clouds overhead at sunset. As you’ll see from the 360 degree field of rotation in this clip, this is a video which could ONLY be made on a mobile phone! I love iPhoneography and videography!

I accidentally recorded this video in portrait mode rather than landscape mode.

Video in Portrait Mode

I used these instructions from The Unofficial Apple Weblog (TUAW) to rotate the video on my laptop using Apple QuickTime Pro 7 software before uploading it to YouTube.

Spots are still available for the iPhoneography workshops I’ll be teaching on December 2nd as a videoconference as well as a face-to-face workshop in Oklahoma City.

Watching Texas Clouds

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