Journalism: Video Reporting & Video Editing on iPhone & iPad
What you’ll learn
Know which types of shots to film for mobile journalism
Learn how to plan your mobile video for the best results
Shoot and edit great looking mobile video with their iPhone or iPad
A simple method for organizing your story flow
Format a script so that it can be read in one take!
This is a quick course in mobile journalism, Just the essentials to help you get started reporting professional video with your smartphone. FYI, My masterclass in mobile journalism course is goes much deeper into this topic. This boot camp will set you off on the right foot.
The lessons in this course were developed from the experiences of training thousands of broadcast journalists how to tell stories with their mobile phones.
Michael Choke writes: “Another Brilliant Course by Robb Montgomery. Having enjoyed Robb’s clarity of instruction and step-by-step guidance in his previous course “Make iPhone video like a pro in 10 steps,” I was expecting nothing less than another high quality course from him. In this next course, his instructions are just as clear as ever, and his attention to detail yet again simply amazing. This time round, we still get the direct “how to” actionable lessons, coupled with “secret sauce” insights derived from years of experience and topped with sharing of working files whenever practical. And boy, I’m impressed! Looking to learn how to film and edit a video story on iPhone? This is it!”
You will learn how to produce professional mobile video in this course.
Learn to make short videos with an iPhone or iPad in 10 steps:
Gear, apps and camera settings
Shot sizes and filming patterns
The shots that tell stories
Recording voice over narration
Producing a stand up clip (Piece to Camera)
Video editing beginning and intermediate levels
Titles and lower thirds graphics
Sharing and analytics
No previous video production experience is required.
There are more than 25,000 happy students enrolled in Smart Film School courses including field reporters from Reuters video, CNN and the New York Times.
I encourage you to read the five-star reviews from real people, just like you.
Who this course is for:
- Social Media Producer
- Content marketers
- Advertising agencies
- Public relations
- communications officers
- Getting started
- Gear, apps and camera settings
- Shot sizes and filming patterns
- Interview techniques
- Filming sequences
- Writing scripts
- Recording voice over narration
- Recording a reporter stand up or “Piece to Camera”
- Story planning and video editing
- Titles and lower thirds graphics (Optional step)