Smartphone 2Day MOJO Film-Making

Smartphone 2Day MOJO (Mobile Journalism) Film-Making

This course is a two day workshop taking delegates through all the detail of shooting broadcast quality video on their Android devices, iPhones or iPads. The course covers what shots you need to get, how to frame interviews, sound and lighting. We look at all the accessories currently available to make your production more professional. The delegates will edit, package and publish their films using a smartphone or tablet. This course has been delivered to broadcasters around the world including the BBC and various corporate clients.

COURSE SUMMARY
This course is generally a two day workshop taking delegates through all the detail of shooting broadcast quality video on their Android devices, iPhones or iPads. The course covers what shots you need to get, how to frame interviews, sound and lighting. We look at all the accessories currently available to make your production more professional. The delegates then edit, package and publish their finished films using a smartphone or tablet. This course has been delivered to broadcasters around the world including the BBC and various corporate clients.

WHO’S IT FOR
This course is for anyone at a beginner level wanting to shoot content using their mobile phone to edit themselves at a professional level, for social media output, internal use or even to share with media and broadcast outlets.

OUTCOMES
Delegates will be able to approach a shoot, work out what sequences and shots to get and how to best frame and shoot interviews. They will be able to edit and produce films with titles, overlays, graphics and with complex audio mixes adding a voice over narration quickly and easily. They will be able to record professional quality pictures and sound and be able to publish the edited package online or for shared use by other outlets.

Trainer:

Dean Arnett is an ex-BBC, international, award winning, Creative Director, Self-Shoot Producer and Media Trainer. He has filmed and produced documentaries all over the world, most notably for the BBC and Discovery.

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