Are your images flat and lifeless? Filmmakers and photo journalists know that an awareness of light, atmosphere, moment, and connections are the keys to capturing engaging images.
In this hands-on course you will learn how to film, edit and share images that tell stories.
Who is this for? Instagrammers and creative people who want to make more cinematic photos and videos.
Stay tuned! You will learn how to make your first professional movie project with your mobile phone in 5 easy steps. And a whole lot more!
Use your iPhone to make your first real movie: The apps and techniques to help you produce a professional movie clip.
Taught by the world expert on mobile video storytelling (7,500 students and more than 130 ★★★★★ Udemy reviews!)
Elizabeth Shean says:
"Great course! This was a terrific and easy-to-understand course on video production with an iPhone. I hadn't realized the video capabilities of the iPhone, along with the selected apps. Robb has created an engaging course and shows how easy it can be to create compelling and interesting videos using minimal equipment."
Enroll now and get started making incredible cinematic movies and video stories.
What you will learn:
Tommy Kalman writes:
“The right course for all iPhone photo geeks!
A wonderful course from a dedicated lecturer! The content fits to all types of audience, from absolute novices to more advanced users."
Enroll now and get started making incredible stories to impress your family and friends.
Bring your photos to life by adding interactive hotspots that can include photos, Web links and video clips.
Here is a demo and walk though of how you can use a simple app to create wildly creative and useful interactive photo experiences and embed them on your own Website or share them with friends and family on social media.
JamSnap allows your photos to come to life with sound. Snap a photo and add your own voice to tell a story, add some music that fits the mood, capture the sound of your surroundings, or just make goofy noises.
Learn how to use two free iPhone apps to create and share high quality multimedia packages by attaching sounds to photos. Create an interactive media similar to Thinglink, except for photos. Also how to record and edit sounds before or after attaching them to photos using a simple, but powerful audio editing app.
Earn money making video with your iPhone. Smartphone course
The Replay app is now called QUIK, is free and is free and available for Android and iOS.
Take your friends and family on your adventure with you using this free, multimedia app.
The video you upload to Facebook from an iPhone or iPad is low quality by default. Let’s fix that!
Tripod, exposure lock, day, versus night. Camera steady, camera moving.
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Robb Montgomery (@VideoJournalist) has taught more than 20,000 people, just like yourself, how to make great-looking video stories with small cameras and smartphones.
His workshops and courses are used by reporters at CNN, The New York Times, Reuters, BBC, RTÉ Ireland TV, and many public broadcasters like VRT in Belgium and Mediacorp in Singapore. Professionals seek him out in Berlin to get personalized training sessions. But you don't have to book a trip or pay his day rate for coaching to get started.
His Smart Film School video courses are required for every student at the EFJ journalism school in France. FH Journalism School in Austria, The University of Notre Dame and the Danish School of Journalism issue his e-learning video courses to all students.
Styria Media in Europe has an enterprise-wide license that allows every employee full access to all of Montgomery's video training courses.
Why? Montgomery is a global expert in video storytelling and innovation strategy and is based in Berlin, Germany. He is the author of "A Field Guide for Mobile Journalism,” and a new book on video storytelling to be published by Taylor & Francis (London and New York).
As a bona-fide video journalism pioneer, he works with journalists worldwide to develop mobile video projects and as a design-thinking expert, he leads internal teams at media companies to rapidly develop actionable prototypes and new products.
For Media Development projects in Egypt and Georgia, Montgomery developed the world's first mobile journalism school and has trained thousands of journalists in video storytelling, social media, and design thinking processes.
He produces diploma courses on mobile journalism at universities in Europe.
Montgomery was elected as a "Storyteller in Residence" for the Ashoka Foundation in 2015.
In 2014 he launched the Smart Film School — an e-learning platform with course packs of video tutorials that teach social video, mobile journalism and documentary filmmaking.
Montgomery previously served as an editorial art director for the Chicago Tribune, Page One editor for the Chicago-Sun-Times, and has redesigned several major newspapers including the Chicago Sun Times and the San Francisco Examiner.
His work with the investigative journalism team at the Sun-Times won him recognition at the Peter Lisagor awards and he has been awarded top honors in Society of News Design competitions since 1992.