Mobile Photographer Marcello Barbusci tells his story

Only Mobile Art Magazine by Marcello Barbusci - Shoulderpod

Marcello Barbusci is a mobile photographer. He is the Founder, Editor in Chief & Creative Director at ONLY Mobile Art, an independent publication, for people who like to admire the art produced with cell phones in its different forms. 

Marcello was born in Sao Paulo, Brazil in 1968 and now lives between his natal city and New York.  The ONLY Mobile Art project started on January 2016, when Marcello decided to give a voice to the artistic photography produced by smartphone users. 

As a mobile photographer Marcello uses a Shoulderpod S2 when traveling and shooting for ONLY Mobile Art magazine. "The creativity produced and published through a cell phone is a form of expression that is growing every day and needs a place to last, so we created the magazine ONLY! Giving way to a nation that lives young and updated: One Nation Living Young = "ONLY” explains Marcello. 

“Use your heart to make better photos”

Marcello Barbusci

Only Mobile Art Magazine

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Glen Mulcahy, the man who envisioned mobile journalism

Glen Mulcahy, founder of MoJoCon · Photo: Ana María Vicens · iPhone 7+

Glen Mulcahy, founder of MoJoCon · Photo: Ana María Vicens · iPhone 7+

6:00 p.m in Barcelona, 8:00 p.m in Kuwait.

Inés Martín, Content Manager at Shoulderpod interviews Glen Mulcahy via Facetime.

Who is Glen Mulcahy? The Head of Innovation at RTÉ, a Mojo trainer or the founder of Mojocon?

The politically correct answer is Head of innovation at RTÉ, because this is my day job, where I’ve been working for 18 years. However, as a part of that job I’m a Mojo trainer and also the Mojocon founder.

You are one of the pioneers of mobile journalism around the world. From a technology point of view, when did you see Mobile Journalism was a real possibility?

I started experimenting with mobile back in 2007, with a Nokia N95 and that was the basic building block. But it wasn’t until 2010, with the iPhone 4, that it really started.

Mobile Journalism is a game changer in the news industry. It transforms specialists into multidisciplinary storytellers. How do journalists react to this situation?

You get two reactions. There are the ones that are very comfortable in their jobs and are used to work with two or three other staff members to help them make a story.  So they hate the idea of being expected to shoot and edit for themselves.

But a growing number of journalists have realized that the news model, as we know it, is changing. They know that not many people sit and watch the six o’clock television news as they used to, and that that number will continue getting smaller and smaller. And those who are aware of the change, will learn the skills and perfect their own abilities to make themselves extremely desirable as employees.

How does the fact of recording with a mobile phone instead of using a broadcast camera influences a story? How does a smartphone help or limit a journalist?

There are two aspects: the technical and the aesthetic or psychological. The technical is that you can’t really zoom. The phone doesn’t give you the power to zoom that you get with a big broadcast camera. And the psychological impact of shooting with an iPhone, is that people aren’t intimidated at all. When you come in with a phone, with a small tripod and maybe one light, it’s much more discrete, it’s less intrusive, and people tend to be far more sincere and far more open as result.

In March 2015 the first Mobile Journalism Conference took place in Dublin. Why did you decide to organize Mojocon?

For the last six years I’ve been travelling around Europe, Middle East and the US, teaching people how to get the best of their smartphones as a creation tool. People were exited after doing a long week course with me, but when they go back to their newsrooms, the engineers would go: “It’s shot with a phone, we are not going to broadcast that”. And then they would email me going: “You lied”. And I got really angry, so I  thought the only way that we are going to make a difference and start open peoples' mind was bringing the people who were doing this well, to the same place. So the idea of Mojocon was bringing the community of people together and giving them a chance to share their stories and to learn from each other experiences. I also realized that there was a third partner in this equation, the people making all this apps and accessories that allowed this to actually happen.

In a highly competitive world, where knowledge ends up being the most important advantage, why do you think the Mojo community is so open to share all that knowledge?

I think we are moving to a new era where sharing is becoming the norm. I think everything in the social media is predicating this idea of sharing and I think we also need to see what the social media has done. Once upon a time TV stations used to sit on their little box, as if they were the voice of god. But now if the audience doesn’t like something, they let you know. The social media has made more players accountable, now you have feedback, and that feedback has a lot of value.

What can we expect from Mojocon 2017?

I would like to put the future back into the agenda of Mojocon 3.0. We want to look at where is going to go next, so we are going to continue growing the migration of mobile into the 360° space. We will still look at great case studies of people that have pushed the batteries on content creations with mobile, but we will also like to emphasize the fact that mobile will become a complete 4K ecosystem. Part of that ecosystem will be in the 360° video and the VR space, so we want to be able to open people’s minds to the potential of mobile for creation, not only in traditional mobile storytelling, but also in VR and 360° storytelling. We will also go through other aspects of the future as AI (artificial intelligence) or robots.

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The new Shoulderpod S2 is here!

Shouldeprod S2 - handle grip for iphone

We're exited to announce that the new Shoulderpod S2 is finally available at our online store.

It has certainly taken us a little while to set everything up since the first prototypes sent in November 2015 to Austin Mann for testing the iPhone 6s and 6s+ in Switzerland. During all this time we´ve been fine tuning all the small details until we finally introduced our new product line at the Photokina show in Cologne last September 2016.

The new Shoulderpod S2 is called "The Handle Grip" and will progressively replace it predecessor, the S1. It includes the longer wooden handle already released with our R1 Go and R1 Pro rigs and a beautiful leather strap that is a lot more resistant than the older model. The G1 grip for holding the phone is the same one as in the S1.

The S2 is the best companion for any creative traveller or visual storyteller who loves to use his smartphone camera for telling amazing stories and share them with the world.

Shoulderpod at MoJoCon 2016 in Dublin. The place to be if you are into mobile journalism!

Mojocon Dublin 2016

THE SHOULDERPOD TEAM attended MoJoCon 2016 in Dublin last weekend. MoJoCon stands for Mobile Journalism Conference and is the place to be if you are a journalist or visual storyteller who uses your smartphone for creating and sharing content. The Conference took place the 29th and 30th of April at the Aviva stadium and was organized by "MoJo" guru Glen Mulcahy from the RTE.

Journalists from around the world met and shared the way they use their phones for planning, filming, editing and sharing amazing stories on TV, radio, blogs, Periscope, Twitter, Facebook, ... you name it. An exciting experience that brought together some of the most talented storytellers from all over the globe.

At Shoulderpod we have always developed our products with Mobile Journalists in mind and we were extremely excited to see how most of the equipment used during the conference were made by our brand.

Are you a mobile creative? Pick your mobile device and tell your story!

MojocoN 2016  - Mobile Journalism Conference Dublin - Mojo

MojocoN 2016  - Mobile Journalism Conference Dublin - Mojo

MOJO using Shoulderpod S1 mojoCON 2016  - DUBLIN - MOJO

MOJO using Shoulderpod S1 mojoCON 2016  - DUBLIN - MOJO

Guillaume Kuster from FRRANCE 3 TV - MOJOCON 2016  - MOJO

Guillaume Kuster from FRRANCE 3 TV - MOJOCON 2016  - MOJO

The Shoulderpod R1 Pro rig with the new Samsung VR Gear - MOJOCON 2016  - DUBLIN

The Shoulderpod R1 Pro rig with the new Samsung VR Gear - MOJOCON 2016  - DUBLIN

Oscar & Javier from El Taller Audiovisual  - MOBILE JOURNALISM CONFERENCE DUBLIN

Oscar & Javier from El Taller Audiovisual  - MOBILE JOURNALISM CONFERENCE DUBLIN





The RTE Staff using the Shoulderpod S2 Grip - MOJOCON 2016  - MOBILE JOURNALISM CONFERENCE DUBLIN - MOJO

The RTE Staff using the Shoulderpod S2 Grip - MOJOCON 2016  - MOBILE JOURNALISM CONFERENCE DUBLIN - MOJO





Enrique Frisancho from Shoulderpod at MOJOCON 2016  - MOBILE JOURNALISM - MOJO

Enrique Frisancho from Shoulderpod at MOJOCON 2016  - MOBILE JOURNALISM - MOJO






Shoulderpod now available in Japan

AT SHOULDERPOD we are proud to announce that the S1 Professional Smartphone Grip is now available in Japan through our new distributor Kopek Japan Corp. Kopek is a Tokio based company that distributes high end technology accessories for mobile devices, cable tv and audio through a large network of retail and online stores.  Interested in ordering from Japan? Visit Kopek's online store!



Shoulderpod partners with Eyetok, a company for managing and publishing user generated live content

Bruno Saguer and Oskar Vidal from Eyetok with Enrique Frisancho from Shoulderpod

Bruno Saguer and Oskar Vidal from Eyetok with Enrique Frisancho from Shoulderpod

EYETOK is a company that enables organizations such as brands, news corporations or events to acquire, manage and publish User Generated Live Content (ugLc). With Eyetok, now organizations will be able to generate and curate engaging live footage from brand ambassadors, while reducing the costs of production and distribution.  In the future, users will be able to generate revenues by creating epic stories and relevant live content for companies.

We are proud to see how the Shoulderpod products are the natural partners to the Eyetok's App. We are really excited to join hardware and software for allowing brand storytellers create and share wonderful content with the world. We see this partnership as a great opportunity for empowering Eyetokers around the globe share better visual stories with the Eyetok community.

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Fine Art Photographer David Cochran tells his story

David Cochran is a Fine Art Photographer born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. David creates all of his photographic images with a Samsung Galaxy S6. An amazing collection of pictures with an unbelievable mixture of beauty and detail. This is his story:

"I have been an artist most of my life. As a young boy I remember taking pictures of my little brother looking through a window inside our old garage. Making a print, then matting and framing it myself. Getting the courage to take it to a local art gallery thinking they will laugh in my face or I will never here from them again… To getting a call from the curator of the gallery telling me he sold my image to a man wanting to give it to his wife. Apparently the gallery director told him a young boy photograhed the image, thinking he would pass on the purchase but he was adamant that his wife would love it. And she did! I remember going to formal art school studying art and design. Leaving photography behind. Working my way up to a design director living the corporate life. And now 50 years later back doing what I love, fine art photography. A full circle journey. The following quote I wrote sums up my feelings…"


"Photographs are like holes in the fabric of time. Each image is a glimpse of our essence. Our Being, captured... Even after our final breath".

David Cochran


"The Shoulderpod S1 is the best grip on the market for still and video photography! It is just what I need to photograph in the field either handheld or on a tripod".

David C.


Shoulderpod at MOJO Challenge Budapest 2015

Mobile Journalism (MoJo) is one of the most disruptive trends introduced in the news industry during the last years.

The potential of telling visual stories using mobile devices is becoming a creative and technical movement around most European countries. In order to train a team of 22 young and talented journalists in this new discipline, the European Association of Regional Television  CIRCOM, in partnership with MTVA Hungary,  will organize the second edition of “MoJo Challenge 2015” in Budapest from 4th to 11th October 2015.

There are two categories in the competition: the first category - Beginners - is a 5-day workshop for 11 beginners to mobile journalism and will include 3 days of training. The second category - Advanced - is for the more experienced MoJos and will also be a 5-day workshop to look at the latest developments in mobile journalism, storytelling sessions and knowledge exchange with time allocated for research before filming.

At Shoulderpod we are honored to support this great event and will keep working on developing professional smartphone tools for mobile creatives and visual storytellers.


iPhone 6s & 6s Plus Tripod Mount

iPhone 6s & 6s Plus tripod mount - Shoulderpod S1 

iPhone 6s & 6s Plus tripod mount - Shoulderpod S1 


The Shoulderpod S1 tripod mount is adjustable, so it is prepared for holding your new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus with or without a case . Have fun with the new 12 mega pixel camera and the amazing 4K video capabilities of the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus. Mount your iPhone on any tripod, hold it as a handy cam or use it as a stand when traveling. The Shoulderpod S1 Professional iPhone Grip will convert your phone into the most advanced mobile camera in the world.



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Travel photographer Alistair Ford tells his story

Travel photographer Alistair Ford is a Shoulderpod S1 user since the early days of our company. A few months ago he started tagging this amazing shots from the Greek island of Zakynthos with #shoulderpod and today we are really honoured to publish his work and his story on our journal.

Navagio Beach at Zakynthos shot with galaxy note 3 and Shoulderpod S1

Navagio Beach at Zakynthos shot with galaxy note 3 and Shoulderpod S1

My name is Alistair Ford, I was born in 1973, Derby, England and now live in Alfreton Derbyshire

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I have been taking photographs since 1998 but In 2006 I was diagnosed with Cone Dystrophy which is a genetic eye disorder that affects the cones in the back of both eyes causing my eyes to be extremely sensitive to light and loss of central vision. There are a lot of things I have had to give up doing because of my sight loss such as driving, going into buildings with bright lights and even going out on my own. But one thing I still enjoy doing is my photography. Although I had to sell my Digital SLR camera gear because I couldn’t see through the viewfinder anymore, I have found new ways to take photographs and videos and edit them using smartphones and tablets instead of cameras and computers. My current favourite is to use my Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Android Smartphone which has a huge 5.7 inch 1080p screen that makes a great viewfinder and a great 13 megapixel camera with an f2.2 aperture lens.

"The Shoulderpod S1 is a great piece of kit to go with the Note 3 that enables me to continue taking photographs with my smartphone when I thought I would have to give it up. I have found that the Shoulderpod S1 is really good to use when taking panorama photos and for shooting video handheld".

I have recently set up a blog and Facebook page where I share my photos from our favourite Greek island of Zakynthos. We have just visited this wonderful Ionian island for the 6th time. The island has a lot to offer the photographer with beautiful landscapes, a spectacular coastline and many beaches and mountain villages. I have taken thousands of photographs all over the island but this most recent trip was the first time I have used only a smartphone as my camera which worked really well capturing photos, panoramas and videos. After a day out taking photos I connect to the hotels WIFI and everything I shot during the day starts automatically backing up the Google Photos for safe storage. My favourite app for editing has to be Snapseed 2 in which one of the main filters I like to use is the HDR Scape to make my photos stand out from all the other travel photos you see online. I am looking forward to taking more travel photos with the Note 3 and Shoulderpod S1 and sharing them online for the world to see.


The Shoulderpod S1 is a the first smartphone grip with three functions: Tripod Mount, Filmmaker Handle and Traveller Stand. It is adjustable to hold any smartphone model comfortably and securely.



Photographer Davide di Tria tells his story

Davide Di Tria - Shoulderpod S1 & Nexus 5

Davide Di Tria - Shoulderpod S1 & Nexus 5


My name is Davide di Tria

I was born in 1983 in Vimercate, a small town near Milan, Italy. I live all around the world but mostly in Milan.

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I'm a freelance photographer and I'm fully in love with portait photography because I love to spend my time with interesting people. I love to listen their stories and then try to tell them through my images. My dream is to become a great portrait artist. I started some years ago and I can't stop now!

When shooting with my Nexus 5's camera I normally use my Shoulderpod S1 as a tripod mount. It's interesting to see how people's react when they see you taking pictures with a smartphone mounted on a professional tripod. For editing I love VSCOcam, PS Touch and for publishing my work of course, Instagram! I have some Manfrotto tripods that I use with my S1. My best tip: Just unleash your imagination and have fun!!!

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Visit Davide's portfolio here



Guillaume Kuster from France 3 TV shares his tips & tricks for Mobile Journalism

GUILLAUME KUSTER is a reporter from France 3 TV and works mainly for the local edition in Haute-Alsace, Mulhouse. He not only covers news and develops new ways of treating the information online but also works as a trainer on the use of smartphones for broadcasting purposes at the France Télévisions University. We met Guillaume at the MoJo Conference in Dublin last March 2015 and today we are pleased to share his interesting article including tips and tricks on how to use smartphones for mobile journalism (MoJo). Did we mention Guillaume uses the Shoulderpod S1 as part of his professional tools?

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Petits, légers et discrets, les smartphones sont la façon la plus rapide et la plus facile de produire de la vidéo, des photos et du son pour le web. Decouverte du MoJo, ou Mobile Journalism

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Need inspiration for telling a visual story?  Try looking for a nice object.  We found a paint box!

LAST WEEK, when trying to put some order at our Shoulderpod office, I found in one of the cupboards an old paint box from 1975. It was a Victoria Künstlerfarben model beautifully crafted in Munich by the prestigious brand A. Schutzmann Herrsching . However, what surprised me most was the obvious fact that everything was just exactly as I had left it 40 years ago, The 20 small oil color tubes, the 3 brushes, the turpentine bottles, ... every little piece was just as I had left it when I was no more than a 10 years old kid. A huge amount of memories came across my mind when I smelled the first resin vapors that escaped from its interior and in something that could be called an act of gratitude, I immediately decided that I had to do something with it.

So after some quick thoughts we set up our filming gear in the patio and made a short film evoking the act of opening the box. For the final panning-take we used an iPhone 6 mounted on a Shoulderpod S1, a Manfrotto tripod and the FilmicPro app. The intial "making-of" part was shot on a Nikon D3200 with a 50mm f:1.8 Nikkor lens.

The whole film was edited on an iPad Air using iMovie, except for the titles that were generated using the Pixelmator app. It was color graded using the "Western" filter included on iMovie and the music is our clasical "Shoulderpod Theme" composed on Garage Band and conveniently adapted to this short story.

Posted by Enrique Frisancho, Co-Founder at Shoulderpod

Christian Hounsounou tells his story

SOME WEEKS AGO we discovered the amazing work of amateur photographer Christian Hounsounou on Instagram. As a Shoulderpod user, he placed the #Shoulderpod hashtag on some of his images and we were immediately captivated by his high contrasted black and white silhouettes at the beaches of Dakar.  Today at Shoulderpod we are really honored to feature the beautiful work of this mobile photographer and to share his story.


My name is Christian Hounsounou

I was born in 1985, Cotonou, Benin, a west African small country and now I live in Dakar, Senegal.

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It all started a few years ago. It's true that I've always liked photography and arts in general. Before INSTAGRAM, I already spend many hours admiring pictures on or through Y.A BERTRAND's website. Then, encouraged by some friends, I finally decided to open my own instagram account. The next step was to find my own style, my personal touch in order to make people say: "This one belongs to @chrishouns" ... So, armed with my iPhone I started shooting and editing those black and white pictures mostly made on the beach. Oh, ... please notice that in everyday's life I'am a medical doctor (nephrology and dialysis) and I just take pictures for fun :-)

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Recently I discovered and quickly adopted the SHOULDERPOD S1 rig. During my walks on Dakar's beaches I usually search for great silhouettes so it really helps me to stay close to the soccer boys. Trust me, it's really a great ally to avoid wetting my iPhone by keeping it safe and secure. For sure the it was exactly the mobile tool I was looking for!

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Other Apps and mobile tools I use: Lorystripes, CameraPlusPro, Repix and Snapseed





From March the 2nd until the 5th, the Shoulderpod team will be at the Mobile World Congress Barcelona. We have a booth at the Catalonia Space and we look forward to meeting mobile creatives form arround the world.

In this post we will keep you updated about the latest technologies for helping photographers, filmmakers, journalists, sport-fans and travellers tell great visual stories with their mobile cameras. While setting up our space we filmed this short timelapse film. We used the iOS 7 built in Timelapse mode and the Shoulderpod S1 rig for mounting it on a tripod. A few hours of work resumed in 20 seconds.


We are at the Hall named "CONGRESS SQUARE", an area between Hall 4 and Hall 5. We are inside the Catalonia stand sharing an amazing space with more than 40 innovative companies from Catalonia.


London Walk at 240 fps

This slow-motion video was filmed in London by the end of November 2014 during a one day walk. It was entirely shot using the iPhone 6 at 240 fps mode except for some short timelapse sequences where we used Hyperlapse.


This video was shot with an iPhone 6 handheld and mounted on a Shoulderpod S1 in what we call "Filmmaker Grip" position. We used the standard camera app at 240 fps with its maximum resolution of 720 pixels. Please note that it is very important to have a lot of light available when shooting in slow motion. 240 fps requires a high shutter speed that will probably be too short for filming indoors or at night and you would probably end up with a very grainy image. Another important fact when shooting slo-mo is avoiding the stroboscopic effects caused by fluorescent lighting. The stroboscopic effect is a blinking phenomenom caused by discharge lamps when filmed at a high frame per second rate.

It is incredible how smooth the final result is thanks to three factors: The slow motion feature, the iPhone's internal stabilization system and the use of the Shoulderpod Rig. It almost feels as if we had used a crane or a slider for most of the shots. Only for the Hyperlapse sequence at Trafalgar Square we mounted the Shoulderpod S1 on a Manfrotto Pixi portable tripod. We are very impressed by the results obtained when using the slow motion feature of the iPhone 6 and will surely use it a lot more for telling visual stories in the future.



The video was 100% edited on the iPhone 6 using the iMovie app. We used the in-app speed editor for slowing down the motion to the minimum of 1/8th. We also color graded each scene using the included "Western" filter for obtaining a warm autumn look. One feature in iMovie we would like to see in the future is a more evolved text editor. It would be great beiing able to change font styles and font sizes for having more control on titles and credits.



The music was also composed entirely on the iPhone 6 using Garage Band. We used the Smart Strings instruments and chose the "Romantic" mode for obtaining the desired dramatic mood. This simple piece of music was originally composed for our "Here's to You" brand video but for this version we extended the central part in 12 compasses for creating an enhanced moment for the Trafalgar Square Hyperlapse scene. The great advantages of using Garage Band is not only that music is royalty free, but that you can extend or reduce the music according to the story you want to tell.


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Learn to shoot like a Pro-Mobile-Journalist with Philip Bromwell

GLEN MULCAHY is probably the most renown Mobile Journalist trainer in the world. He trains Mobile Journalists (#mojos) arround the globe for helping them create broadcast quality content using mobile phones and ultraportable equipment. In this Behind-The-Scenes video Glen films Journalist Philip Bromwell at work in Dublin while shooting a great visual story for the Irish TV (RTÉ). A report about photographer David Monahan's project to document the recent wave of emigration from Ireland.

For filming with their iPhone cameras both professional mobile journalists use the Shoulderpod S1 tripod mount for setting up their equipment. Watch the video and discover the great amount of movement and shots/angled required to create a good visual story.



  • iPhone 5S / 6 Plus
  • Shoulderpod S1 Tripod Mount
  • Moment Lens
  • Diffcase Cinema Rig


This is the final work from Philip Bromwell published by RTÉ News


Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Tripod Mount

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 tripod mount adapter

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 tripod mount adapter

Discover the most solid tripod mount for your Galaxy Note 4

The Shoulderpod S1 tripod mount is the best adapter for your new Galaxy Note 4 . Enhance dramatically the Note's 4 camera with the best 3 in 1 tripod mount in the market. Click below and learn how to improve your mobile photo and filming results.

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Austin Mann tests the iPhone 6 Plus camera using a Shoulderpod S1 rig

Professional Photographer Austin Mann flied to Iceland for testing the new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus cameras and used the Shoulderpod S1 as part of his gear. Watch this amazing video showing the new features and possibilities of the new iPhone cameras. 

Austin Mann uses the Shoulderpod S1 tripod mount for testing the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus cameras

“Every year, the new iPhone is packed with new features across the board but for us photographers we really just want to know one thing: what does all this mean for my camera and how does it make my pictures better than before?”
— Austin Mann

Read the full story here

Follow Austin on Twitter & Instagram


iPhone 6 & 6 Plus tripod mount

A solid, adjustable and portable solution for mounting your iPhone 6 and 6 Plus on any standard tripod

The Shoulderpod S1 is the first professional grip for holding your iPhone 6 and 6 Plus comfortably and securely. It has 3 functions: Tripod Mount, Filmmaker Handle and Traveller Stand and is adjustable for holding virtually any smartphone model with or without a case. The S1 is a high quality product engineered in Barcelona and industrially crafted in Europe for being extremely durable, ultra portable and easy to use.

iPhone 6 Plus adjustable tripod mount holder

Professional quality, made to last

The Shoulderpod S1 is the most solid and reliable tripod adapter for your iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. While many other tripod mounts have a very small footprint and will flex when touching your phone's screen, the Shoulderpod S1 has a solid structural design and is made of high resistance ABS polimer to last a lifetime. Other mounts will hold your phone only by the force of a small spring but the S1 uses an adjustable thumb-screw and wide rubber pads for holding any smartphone firmly and securely even under the harshest conditions.

iPhone 6 Plus Tripod mount adapter - Shoulderpod S1




iPhone 6 Plus Tripod Mount Adapter

iPhone 6 Plus Camera Grip Handle wrist strap

Smartphone camera stand


Professionals deserve only the highest quality equipment. That's why we've designed the most solid and reliable smartphone tripod mount in the market. Go mobile with SHOULDERPOD and take amazing time-lapse stories, crisp slow-shutter images, perfect 360º panoramas or smooth hyperlapse videos.


Mount the aluminum extension and the wrist strap and hold your smartphone comfortably and securely for taking amazing action shots. With the S1 you can hold your camera steady with one hand while using your thumb to tap on the screen. You'll be surprised how far your mobile results can go.


The S1 stands on its own, in landscape or portrait mode, so you can use it as a tripod even when you don't have one. Take night shots of New York, time lapse movies of Tokio, HDR pictures at Hyde Park or use it as a desk stand while editing your images at your favourite coffe-shop.





iPhone tripod mount FOR IPHONE 6 AND 6 PLUS - adjustable Grip, aluminum HANDLE Extension and Wrist Strap.

iPhone tripod mount FOR IPHONE 6 AND 6 PLUS - adjustable Grip, aluminum HANDLE Extension and Wrist Strap.



iPhone tripod mount adapter Shoulderpod S1