iPhone Travel Videography & iPhone Filmmaking - iPhone Video
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iPhone Travel Videography & iPhone Filmmaking - iPhone Video

Shoot iPhone Travel Videos, Master iPhone Video Apps, iPhone Video Production: Videography for Travel Videos and Photos.
4.0 (10 ratings)
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75 students enrolled
Created by Robb Montgomery
Last updated 5/2020
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This course includes
  • 2 hours on-demand video
  • 13 articles
  • 8 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • 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
Requirements
  • 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).
Description

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.


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"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 ★★★★★

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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

  • Portraits

  • Weather

  • Landscapes

  • Time lapses

  • Slo-motion

  • Night photography

  • Driving shots

  • ND filters and Gimbals

  • Anamorphic filming

  • 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.

Who this course is for:
  • Travel enthusiast
  • Outdoor lovers
  • Adventure travelers
  • Cruisers
  • Holiday makers
  • Photographers
  • Videographers
Course content
Expand all 51 lectures 01:58:05
+ Welcome: iPhone travel photo & video course
3 lectures 06:34

This DoubleTake camera app allows you to record from two video cameras on your iPhone. Here is a first look at the app.
Just search for DoubleTake by Filmic Pro in the App store.  https://apps.apple.com/us/app/doubletake-by-filmic-pro/id1478041592

Grab the free DoubleTake app for iPhone
02:05
Be Safe with your iPhone
02:40
+ Composition, light, and moment
10 lectures 17:41

These lessons take place at the parks at the San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge.

iPhone photography at Golden Gate Bridge
00:12

An introduction to composition and shot sizes - filmed on a walk across Crissy Field ion San Francisco.

iPhone photography: Leading Lines
01:05

Setting up your iPhone for Grid shooting and video capture settings with Manual control.

iPhone photography: Grid & Manual Exposure
01:42

Get comfortable with this lesson material.

Preview 00:57

Tip to eliminate glare from ruining your shots.

iPhone photography: Reduce glare & lens flare
00:39

Something to look for in a scene that might make a good picture.

iPhone photography: Repeating Forms
00:52

Introduce your character with a little bit of mystery.

iPhone photography: The Reveal
01:08

A low-cost hack that can be useful in the right conditions.

iPhone photography: Telephoto Lenses
01:38

Sometimes bad weather means good photos. Sometimes you have to work for it, however.

iPhone photography: Weather drama
01:17

How to to record a long-playing video - a 'screensaver' style video of the Golden Gate Bridge in 4K at 60 frames per second.

iPhone video: Golden Gate: Screensaver
08:11
+ Selfies and explanatory filmmaking
2 lectures 04:08

Stay at a lodge. It makes it possible to get sunset and sunrise shots much easier.

Grand Canyon
00:08
+ Sequences and processes
4 lectures 14:51

These tutorials were shot on location in Chile.

Chile
00:05

Santiago Chile: How to film the shots you need for a sequence.

iPhone filmmaking: Shoot a process
02:00

How to tell the story of a place, even if you are stuck in a tour group. The story of the Very Large Telescope in the Atacama Desert is told as text-over-video form. All shots were made with iPhone and also the Osmo +. Edited in Final Cut Pro.

FILM SCREENING: The Very Large Telescope
04:05
+ Camera Gear, Safety, and Action
4 lectures 13:20

The Alps in western Austria is the location for these tutorials.

Location: The Alps
00:14

The cameras, mounts and mics I use to make the #MOJOTREK films in the Alps.

Preview 04:19
Filming 'drone' shots with a GoPro
05:27
Anticipate action
03:20
+ Portraits & Panoramas
3 lectures 06:34

These tutorials were filmed on location at the Petrified Forest National Park.

Petrified Forest National Park
00:08

You can adjust the depth of the effect in the Photos app for iPhone.

Adjust Depth Control and Portrait Lighting

  1. Tap a Portrait mode photo in your library.

  2. Tap Edit, then tap the Depth Control button at the top of the screen to adjust Depth Control or Portrait Lighting button to adjust Portrait Lighting. ...

  3. Drag the slider left or right to adjust the effect. ...

  4. Tap Done.

Jan 29, 2020, Apple inc.

iPhone photography: Portrait modes
03:36
iPhone photography: Pan or panorama?
02:50
+ Shot Patterns & Timelapses
4 lectures 07:52

Bryce Canyon is the location for these tutorials.

Bryce Canyon
00:09

How to film walking shots to tell the stories from the trail. Make photos and videos at Bryce Canyon, Utah with your iPhone.

iPhone video: Filming walking shot patterns
03:56

How to shoot a timelapse at sunset. Make photos and videos at Bryce Canyon, Utah with you iPhone.

How to Film a sunset with Timelapse
01:33

How to shoot a sunrise timelapse. Make photos and videos at Bryce Canyon, Utah with your iPhone.

Shooting a sunrise time lapse with iPhone
02:14
+ Night Photography
3 lectures 05:26

Monument valley is a national tribal park.

The park, frequently a filming location for Western movies, is accessed by the looping, 17-mile Valley Drive.

Navajo Nation Parks & Recreation oversees all Navajo Tribal Parks on the Navajo Nation Reservation. The Navajo Nation is compromised of essentially private lands, therefore all non-Navajo travelers and visitors must abide by and comply with the laws, regulations, and policies promulgated by the Navajo Nation Government, including those governing Navajo Tribal Parks, Monuments, and recreation areas.

It is one of the most majestic – and most photographed – points on earth. This great valley boasts sandstone masterpieces that tower at heights of 400 to 1,000 feet, framed by scenic clouds casting shadows that graciously roam the desert floor. The angle of the sun accents these graceful formations, providing scenery that is simply spellbinding.

https://navajonationparks.org/tribal-parks/monument-valley/


Monument Valley and Arches National Park are the locations for these tutorials.
00:33

How to take long exposure photos to capture starry skies.

Preview 02:25
iPhone photography: Light painting
02:28
+ Natural Framing and Slo motion
3 lectures 05:14

These tutorials were filmed at Arches National Park and Monument Valley.

Arches National Park
00:14
iPhone photography: Natural Framing
02:44
iPhone video: Slo-motion settings in Filmic Pro
02:16
+ Driving shots
2 lectures 03:00

Tutorial filmed at Zion National Park.

Zion National Park
00:03
iPhone video: Driving Shots
02:57