iPhone Travel Videography & iPhone Filmmaking - iPhone Video
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- Shoot travel stories like you see on TV and in films with your iPhone
- Film better iPhone portraits, panoramas and motion shots.
- Improve your 'Camera Eye' and shot framing.
- The rigs, cameras, and apps for iPhone filming on the trail.
- How to approach subjects and scenes with the iPhone.
- Master shot patterns that make it easy to edit iPhone videos.
- Get great iPhone shots at night and in bad weather.
- Capture creative iPhone shots that make better travel videos
- Night photography
- No prior experience is required.
- A desire to learn the methods that Pros use when filming travel stories.
- A smartphone (iPhone is shown by instructor, but any modern camera can be used to learn these techniques).
iPhone Pro iPhone Travel Photo & Video Masterclass: Master Mobile Filmmaking & Edit Travel Videos. Learn the best iPhone video gear, video apps, and mobile techniques.
50 practical tutorials for iPhone travel photo and videos Featuring the iPhone 11 Pro Max and several National Parks.
Using your iPhone, you will learn the time-proven fundamentals that will transform your approach to travel video and photography.
Learn how to make amazing photos and videos on every travel you make with easy-to-remember tips and pointers.
"Robb addresses more scenarios than I thought possible. His tips and techniques are most enlightening. Robb shows us many fabulous photos and films and clearly explains how he achieved those results."
— Terry Quinalty ★★★★★
Drill down into the sections and you will see that each park is the location for a set of related tutorials.
Gear for iPhones an GoPro
Shot patterns for videos
Framing and composition
ND filters and Gimbals
Travel-focused shots and scene
"This is an entry level course, perfect for me. I appreciate not only the level of detail provided but the extra details to be aware of while traveling, like security. I have learned many useful skills."
— John Graynor ★★★★★
This course features new tutorials was recently filmed on location in many of America's National Parks.
The lessons were filmed from the trail in Rocky Mountain National Park, Bryce Canyon, Monument Valley, Golden Gate Bridge, Zion National Park, Petrified Forest National Park, The Alps, Grand Canyon, Arches National Park, New Zealand, Italy, Chile, and Germany,
"I really enjoyed doing this course and it was good to refresh on some new and old topics which I have been able use on a recent holiday.
There is something for everyone here."
— Ted Kowalczyk ★★★★★
Take better portraits, better time lapses and make travel stories that you can be proud of.
The techniques shown in the course are universal and translate to your DSLR's GoPros and other models of smartphones.
The instructor shows you how to film shots that tell stories.
This is a storytelling course designed to help you quickly shoot and share stories you want to tell.
The instructor is a professional video and film instructor with a background in photojournalism and documentary filmmaking.
This is not a course about how to use latest special effect app filters or Lightroom gimmicks to make unreal photos.
This a course will teach you how to approach every new scene and situation like a pro.
Images that convey authenticity and originality.
You will learn how to anticipate moments, frame the key elements, and sequence shots so that you can easily share your great adventures with confidence in photos and videos.
The instructor produces best-selling and top rated courses on Udemy. This is not a hobby or a side-hustle for him, This what he lives and breathes every day as a professional instructor and filmmaker.
Read the 5-star reviews of his courses from the thousands of people who have enjoyed his courses.
What are you waiting for?
All you need is your smartphone and a thirst for travel.
- Travel enthusiast
- Outdoor lovers
- Adventure travelers
- Holiday makers
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