How to Shoot and Edit Powerful, Professional-Quality Videos on your Mobile Phone or Tablet: Explore New Opportunities with Mobile Video
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How to Shoot and Edit Powerful, Professional-Quality Videos on your Mobile Phone or Tablet: Explore New Opportunities with Mobile Video

Price: $249
Member Price: $189

You're an organizational editor with an smartphone. You've shot employee interviews on your smartphone.

You've done a product demo with your smartphone, but you weren't satisfied with it.

Now you want to do more. You want to do video news stories, with graphics and animation. You want voice-over on b-roll for features on your company's many factories. You want professional-grade shots of the environment, execs at their desks, employees in cubicles, production workers on the line.

But you can't spend thousands or even hundreds on top-line equipment or a fancy studio. Right now, you only have your smartphone.

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In Part 2, Drew shows you how to use special accessories with your smartphone to get BIG effects: Lenses, lighting, brackets and apps that take your video from average to awesome.

Youll learn about specialty lenses:

  • The iPhone lens that creates massive, grandiose scale and drama
  • Why you should use a 2X Extender lens for outdoor interviews
  • Why the wide-angle lens is the lens to use for close-up detail shots
  • Why you should NEVER use the digital zoom feature in your iPhone

. . . And lighting:

  • How to get good 3-point available light without a professional lighting kit
  • How to improvise the 3 types of lighting for an interview subject
  • How to fill in shadows created by back light and overhead light
  • How to make a cheap $20 soft light kit that saves you thousands of dollars
  • What you should carry in your do-it-yourself lighting kit

One of the biggest problems Keller sees in smartphone videos is unstable video. A wobbly image distracts annoys, and tires viewers.

Learn all about low-cost image-steadiers: tripods and clamps:

  • Tripods that let you shoot anywhere in the great outdoors
  • The 6-inch-high desktop tripod thats perfect for interviews
  • The $10 L-clamp that Keller relies on most to steady his iPhone video images
  • The $3 spring-clamp that turns Keller's iPhone into a professional video camera
  • Why you should carry a standard-size tripod everywhere your mobile device goes
  • How to steady your light standard tripod in a stiff wind