Are you interested in producing more professional videos on your iPhone or smartphone? This introductory class is designed to give producers the right tools to record great mobile content. The class will provide an in-depth look at the media capabilities of iPhone and smartphones. Additionally, the class will cover the basics of storytelling, interviewing and composition.
Video content can greatly enhance any brand or businesses marketing efforts. This class is ideal for want to create engaging mobile video content.
Key elements that will be covered:
Mobile video types that can work for you
Video for mobile specific equipment
Essential mobile video editing apps
Subject framing & Popular shots
Basic filming techniques
Mobile editing techniques Please note that this is a beginner class, however, some intermediate concepts will be covered which will appeal to existing video makers. No experience creating video on a smart phone/iPhone is required although some familiarity will be beneficial.
Understanding of mobile specific equipment that will enhance your project
Learn basic camera shots which will improve any video
Basic fundamentals on how to pull together popular shots into a mobile editing platform
NOTE: this session will not be recorded, however, slides will be sent within 7 days following the class.
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After working in the corporate world, Nigel Camp decided to follow his passion and founded DevilBoy Productions, an independent film production company, and The Drone Dude which offers aerial filmography and photographic services. Nigel is also author of The Video Effect which teaches brands how to use video to market themselves effectively. His blog is available at thevideoeffect.tv
Nigel has filmed throughout the UK and countries including Kenya, Botswana, Mexico, Jamaica, Spain and Croatia. Prior to working in the film sector, Nigel worked for 10 years in the telecommunications software industry managing software product roadmaps.
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