LumaFusion & FilmicPro - Mobile video editing essentials
What you'll learn
- iPhone Video: Edit shots with with Luma Fusion video editing app
- iPhone Video: Use Filmic Pro camera app quality settings
- ProRes in Filmic Pro and LumaFusion
- Use an iPhone Pro for iPhone video and iPhone filmmaking
- iPhone Video: Choose the right gear that makes iPhone 11 Pro even better
- iPhone Video: How to record and manage multi-track audio for filmmaking projects
- iPhone Video: Audio ducking with voice-overs and music tracks.
- Filmic Pro camera app
- Luma Fusion video editing app
- A desire to learn iPhone filmmaking and iPhone Video
Master iPhone Filmmaking with Filmic Pro and LumaFusion video editing apps.
New ProRes for Filmic Pro master tutorial is included in the January 2022 update.
No experience is necessary. I will help you quickly master the fundamentals of two pro apps - LumaFusion and FilmicPro.
I will walk you step by step so you can start to shoot and edit your videos right away.
FILMIC PRO ESSENTIALS
The presets for standard film shots
Shoot and editing in ProRes
Editing clips in LumaFusion video editor
LOG Mode and LUTs
Setups for shotmaking
Import media from external sources
Crop, rotate and resize video clips
Adjust playback speed and frame rates
Control the sound levels
Manage audio plugins, EQ and effects
Adjust Color and effects
Stabilize shaky shots
Edit with precision on the timeline
Crossfade audio levels
Build graphics, lower thirds, watermarks and subtitles
Discover how ProRes works for iPhone 13 Pro models and why you might like the look of that video format. New tutorial features live film tests in Berlin with explanations.
You don’t have to have an iPhone 13 Pro Max to take this course.
The instructor is a real filmmaker who has used these apps to produce several short films that have won top prizes at international film festivals. Learn how pros produce films using the tool you already have in your pocket - your smartphone.
FilmicPro and LumaFusion are paid apps for iOS and they offer sophisticated and complicated controls which can easily overwhelm someone who has never worked with large, expensive cinema cameras or edited feature films with advanced video editing apps. The instructor takes all that video editing and Lumafusion knowledge and distills it into easy-to-follow steps that you can practice with right away.
This intermediate iPhone Filmmaking course features three hours of in-depth, real-world filming tutorials for Filmic Pro camera and LumaFusion Video editing apps.
"Fantastic course, just what I needed and wanted."
—Dave Bowler ★★★★★
This course build on the foundations of my beginner video courses. The projects in those masterclasses will take on fresh power as you start to use more advanced camera and editing techniques.
I will guide you through the iPhone video apps, gear, setups & methods for making professional iPhone video production.
"Perfect course for introductory iPhone filmmaking; especially for a novice like myself!"
— Jason Stapelmann ★★★★★
Master pro apps: Filmic Pro camera app and LumaFusion video editor to learn the methods that top video makers use.
The instructor will guide you to how to use the multiple cameras of an iPhone Pro Max to capture high-quality shots using pro apps Filmic Pro and edit them with the Luma Fusion video editor.
"I just learned more info about using my iPhone camera in the past 10 minutes, than I have in the past 10 years of owning an iPhone."
— Patricia ★★★★★
This instructor produces the top-rated courses on Udemy for iPhone video and filmmaking.
His library of courses feature projects and exercises that you can use to build upon the foundations established in this course.
Enroll today and start making mobile video like a pro!
Who this course is for:
- iPhone video enthusiasts who want to get pro results for their mobile films
Robb Montgomery is an American mobile journalism professor and documentary filmmaker based in Berlin.
He is the author of Smartphone Video Storytelling and Mobile Journalism textbooks and the chair of the Mobile Journalism Awards competition.
His documentary films have been awarded at global film festivals and he trains journalists for CNN, Reuters, The New York Times, Journalism Co UK, Mediacorp, Radio Free Europe, Hindustan Times, Channel News Asia, BILD, InterNews, and VRT public broadcasters.
His certificate courses (hosted by the Smart Film School) are used by journalism schools and media organizations worldwide.
• Former editor: Chicago Tribune, Chicago Sun-Times
• Journalism professor
• Filmmaker / Winner of Film Festivals in L.A., Berlin and Milan.
• Chair, Mobile Journalism Awards
Smartphone Video Storytelling (2018 Taylor & Francis, New York & London)
Videos mit dem Smartphone (2019 dPunkt Verlag - German language edition)
Mobile Journalism (2020 Visual Editors, Chicago)