iPhone Filmmaking - How to make cinematic films on your phone.

By Wayne Sables, Filmmaker | Projection Mapper | Teacher

5.0
Language: English

This course is for you

In this course you will learn the full filmmaking process from filming to editing. You will learn how to make cinematic content. Throughout the course we will use real life examples shot from my phone during my professional work. Learn how to frame the perfect shot, create your own content, colour grade and edit your films. At the end of the course you will be ready to create cinematic masterpieces worthy of the big screen.

Course overview - 27

  • Introduction

  • Native iPhone camera app

  • Moment camera app

  • Portrait vs Landscape

  • Rule of thirds

  • Shot construction

  • My Kit

  • ISO Shutter Speed Aperture

  • 360 filming

  • Slow motion

  • Slow motion example

  • Cinematic filming

  • Tracking Shots

  • Creative Transitions part 1

  • Creative Transitions part 2

  • 3 point lighting

  • Back lighting

  • More lighting

  • Recording Audio

  • Sound

  • Editing green screen

  • Editing log

  • Editing iMovie iPad

  • Editing iMovie iPhone

  • Editing in Rush

  • Planning your film

  • Review

Meet your instructor

Wayne Wayne
Wayne SablesFilmmaker | Projection Mapper | Teacher
Wayne Sables trained in contemporary dance before moving in to film and digital technologies. He has worked extensively across the USA, Europe and the UK as a dance and digital specialist. Wayne is a Clore intensive alumni and an associate artist at Cast in Doncaster where he creates his trademark digital installations combining dance, film and projection mapping. Wayne has created and curated works for Tour de Yorkshire, Hull City of Culture, National CAT Scheme and numerous museums, arts organisations and councils. He created the first interactive dance film with ManMade Youth Dance company and Autin Dance Theatre in 2019 which has gained national attention, as well as pioneering multiple interactive digital art works and light installations. He is incredibly passionate about engaging communities in high quality arts experiences and empowering audiences. He is a creative leader and regularly works with collaborators and partners to develop strategic engagement projects across the UK.