As you may already know, Michael's upcoming book covers the exciting world of iPhone video and how much it empowers us to get out there and tell great stories. I for one, am totally onboard with this concept, and it's the reason that all of my videos made for this school were done with as little equipment as possible, sometimes with a Canon Powershot (Mexico Travel video), sometimes with a mini-camcorder about the size of my hand (Small kids with Big Dreams) and oftentimes with my iPhone (Art of Storytelling at Miami Library). It's hard to beat the iPhone for video journalism because of its portability, and it's lack of quality audio capture can be easily rectified with a small digital recorder. The fact that it shoots 1080 HD results in great quality, and since most of the videos we make are destined for the web, the audience has come to accept and expect less than IMAX quality. Personally, I would love for Apple to add a way to control depth of field like DSLRs do, but occasionally, I'm able to pull that off in After Effects. In any case, it's in the editing process that the magic happens, and thanks to this school, I'm hooked.