Thanks, knobbydave. I've set myself the goal of trying to improve with every video. All tips/tricks/feedback/criticism thoroughly welcome.
Shall we call you Adam "Neistat". I hope you get the reference - it is a compliment.
I would love to know more about how you did the slo-mo stuff.
Haha! Thanks for the compliment, but I've got a long way to go before I reach the Neistat level of skill. I will get there one day though! : )
For the slow mo, I used FilmicPro on my iPhone and shot the footage at 60 fps. When editing in Lumafusion, on a 24 fps timeline, I slowed the footage by 40% to ensure it played back nice and smooth.
(I ran the footage through a stabilizer app called 'DeShake' prior to editing which helped too).
I'm hoping to upgrade my phone soon so I can shoot 120 fps footage for even more buttery slow mo segments. Can't wait!
Hope this helps!