The Smartphone Filmmakers Handbook - Revealing the secrets of Smartphone movie making - Including: The best equipment for your budget - Which camera and editing apps to choose - Lighting, sound and camera techniques
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Brand new 2019 edition

Paper back book, Kindle and PDF versions available 

Includes 30 chapters over 370 pages with expert knowledge on:

Technical advice on Smartphone movie making

Guides to all the best video camera and editing apps

Reviews on the best Smartphone movie making equipment

Digital video concepts

The key differences between iPhone, Android and Windows Smartphones for movie making

Detailed knowledge on composition, lighting, sound recording, video editing, going live and posting video to the web

How to transfer Smartphone video to a computer

Filming for broadcast television and cinema

The best social media platforms for video

Budget Smartphone filmmaking kits

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The Smartphone movie making revolution is here! With the right knowledge and minimal equipment everyone now has the power to make great films with their Smartphone. If you are an aspiring filmmaker, vlogger, journalist, educator, charity worker, student, business professional or individual with a passion to make films with your Smartphone, you will find the information in this book an invaluable resource. You too could be making great movies with the Smartphone you already own and producing award-winning films for minimal cost.

“The Smartphone Filmmaking Handbook is invaluable resource for anyone wishing to learn how to make great films with their Smartphone.”

Philip Harman – Head of Sport Social – The Sun

About the author

Neil Philip Sheppard

Neil is a professional video producer and content writer for the website Smartphone Film Pro. He has over twenty-five years experience in TV and video production and has worked with some of the best media companies in the UK. These include News UK, The Sun Newspaper, Fabulous Magazine, Raw Cut TV, Sky Television, Zeppotron, Talk Back, Channel 4, Ten Alps and the Metropolitan Police. He also provided animation content for the award-winning Brass Eye TV Special. He now works as a video producer for News UK in London, England.

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