First music video shot on iPhone 3GS? Reyna Perez, "Love Love Love."


26 Responses to “First music video shot on iPhone 3GS? Reyna Perez, "Love Love Love."”

  1. ToddBradley says: is reporting that the next generation iPhone’s built-in video camera will have a Dolby nose-reduction feature.

  2. Padraig says:

    Today I’m starting a new campaign.

    From today onwards, the iPhone shall be called the iParis (TM – unless of course I decide on CC :))) in honour of Paris Hilton.

    The iParis. Has lots of iCandy (TM – unless of course I decide on CC :))) but does nothing better than anything anyone any other phone has done already and in fact does nothing other than show its iCandy (TM)

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    Look iParis (TM) did it. It must be good. Look iParis (TM) did something else. Look iParis walking AND talking…whoops. Sorry. Can’t do that just yet – unlike other phones. But with the iParis (TM), you get lots of iCandy (TM).

    Just remember:

    It’s only cool if done with the iParis (TM).

    It’s a first if done with the iParis (TM)

    It has to be better if done with the iParis (TM)

    You too can own an iParis (TM) today. Get your iParis (TM) with lots of iCandy (TM) now. Don’t wait, get there today.

    The iParis. Now with extra iCandy. Available anywhere people have money.

    iParis and iCandy are trademarks of iPadraig. First disclosed on on 08/07/09 AEST.

  3. WeightedCompanionCube says:

    Toddbradley – I see what you did there.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Actually, nerdcore rapper MC GOSHone made a simple music video for his track “Newteknologe” ages ago:

    I’d say he gets to call first.

  5. Brett Burton says:

    Now if they could just add the ability to make phone calls without dropping them, the iphone would really be something.

  6. EveryoneSux says:

    Would it have been any worse with a pro camera? Who knows. It does have a very “video” quality about it. Overall, a very uninteresting concept shot in uninteresting ways. An instructor from a while back used to call videos like these “SOS”, same old…

  7. Anonymous says:

    Dude, this is pretty cool it would be easier if she had the OWLE mount, check it out on my blog:

  8. Sork says:

    Jesus phone + video = Jesus video?

  9. Anonymous says:

    Thats pretty nice! Remember it easy to sit at home and criticize the work of others, I congratulate you on a nice video.

  10. Anonymous says:

    Well, the democratization of video production is all well and good, but there’s no attempt here to do something with the iPhone as a camera that you wouldn’t do with any other camera. Its a fine video, but knowing that they shot it with an iPhone diminishes it in my eyes, because there’s so much potential in what you can do with a camera that small. Had I not known that it was an iPhone, there’s nothing about the video that makes me wonder “How did they do that?” and I think that’s what you want when you use alternative filmmaking processes and tools. The fact that phone video holds up against real video cameras comes as no shock, camera video has been as good, and better, than the iPhone’s for a while now.

  11. xaxa says:

    It’s more interesting when using a phone is actually significant to the message:

  12. teapot says:

    How is this important at all? Using a low quality camera to make a movie & claiming it as an important first, just because it’s shot on the world’s best product for a gullible consumer, is NOT in any way artistic or interesting.

    It’s like all the people on worth1000 who put an ipod in their work for absolutely no reason or benefit to the work.

    This, IMHO, is totally not BB worthy.

  13. Anonymous says:

    The 88 recorded their new single on an iPhone. Also, it’s a good song.

  14. Anonymous says:

    First, it’s a pretty decent quality camera. Second, it’s attached to a phone! the size of an iPod!

    Tiny, affordable, scalable and DIY. What’s not BB worthy about that?

    Just because you’ve got iPhone envy, don’t take it out on the world.

  15. Doomstalk says:

    If I shoot a music video with a Palm Pre and post it, will it make it on Boing Boing?

  16. Anonymous says:

    wow #3 you sure you shouldn’t be on a fark forum with all that love you are spewing?

  17. Anonymous says:

    If this is the first, “Play” is probably second — replete with behind-the-scenes featurette!

  18. RyanMcFitz says:

    Fine song. Sure. Great. But “a decent camera?”

    The take-away for me with this article is that if I walked around with an iPhone 3GS balanced on my head, the act would suddenly become newsworthy (or at least “noteworthy”) simply because I invoked that most mediapathic of magic words: “iPhone.”

    And @5 anon: No, after years of owning Nokia and SonyEricsson handsets with greater Megapixelage behind Zeiss lens, I wouldn’t call what I’m feeling “envy.”

  19. Anonymous says:

    Whoops! I’m Anon@1 (I always forget I’m not signed in!), what I meant to say was:

    “The fact that phone video holds up against real video cameras comes as no shock, PHONE video has been as good, and better, than the iPhone’s for a while now.”

  20. Anonymous says:

    Actually, technologic overkill was the first

  21. Anonymous says:

    This is actually the first(June 23):
    and this is the second(June 30):

    The one featured in this article is the third music video shot on the iPhone (July 1st)

  22. Anonymous says:

    Metric’s newest had a similar feel to it:

    A conscious decision to move away from an over-produced thing.

  23. Latente says:

    when the fist Heart transplantation made with an iphone?

  24. zeepoli says:

    1. looks horrible
    2. horrible concept – there is no concept
    3. who cares?
    4. it’s not the first
    5. horrible music video

    if they actually did something interesting with the iphone video camera – did something that no other video camera that’s half the price of the iphone couldn’t do i would be interested but this is …

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