Mobile Media: Producing visual stories with your iPhone
Mobile Media: Producing Visual Stories with your iPhone
Your iPhone is able to shoot amazing high definition video, act as a basic editing suite, apply professional-looking finishes and then instantly distribute the material around the globe. Communication professionals, from journalists to social media acolytes, are now ditching bulky video kits to rely on Apple’s pocket rocket . The question, though, is how to overcome its inherent limitations and transform it into the ultimate ally.
This two-day certificate workshop provides all skills necessary for shooting quality video on your iPhone. We’ll take you through how to capture key moments from events, product launches, conferences and interviews to publishing on social networks or your website. You’ll work hands-on with experienced TV and online content producers to learn foolproof techniques for capturing professional looking videos on your iPhone.
What You’ll Learn at the Two-day Workshop:
- Best practices for producing, shooting, and editing video on a iPhone
- The ins and outs of using the Filmic Pro app for more controlled shooting
- How to develop a story for video including storyboarding techniques
- Best-in-class interviewing techniques from world-class reporters
- Tips for choosing video locations and how to optimize lighting, and audio
- How to edit your video on the mobile device for quick publishing
- The basics of editing on iMovie and MoviePro for a polished, professional look
- How to compress files for uploading to social networks or websites
- The secrets to creating video that resonates with a mobile audience!
Who Should Attend
Content Creators, Journalists, Editors, New Media Managers, Media Professionals, Content Marketers, Communications and PR, Educators and Web Producers.
Richard Taylor is the BBC North American technology correspondent in the Bay Area, founder of SuperRich Media and creator of the BBC’s global technology brand, ‘Click.’ Richard’s experience with creating video on the mobile phone includes shooting entire TV news reports on his iPhone and in-person interviews with film director, James Cameron and web inventor, Tim Berners Lee.
September 27-28, 2017. 8:45am – 4:30pm daily. Instruction begins promptly at 9:00am. Morning coffee & networking lunch provided.
Berkeley Global Campus (4699 Seaver Ave., Richmond, CA) – Room 454.
- This is an introductory course; no previous video experience is required
- iPhone 5 or higher with iOS9 or higher
- You will need to download iMovie and FilmicPro apps from the App Store. We will provide a code to download FilmicPro for free, which will be sent to you a day before the workshop begins. Please see these instructions on how to redeem your code in the app store.
- It is essential that your iPhone has at least 3GB of free space to be able to shoot adequate footage in the course. Take a look at our tips for freeing up space on your phone.
- Comfortable with learning new equipment and software
- Basic computer literacy and skills
- Proficiency in English (instruction is delivered in English)
Travel, lodging and other information can be found on our Frequently Asked Questions page.
No video or audio recordings of the materials presented are permitted in any workshop.
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