Smartphone Filmmaking Masterclass Episode 4: Tips & Tricks

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 Jack is back again for the penultimate episode of Smartphone Filmmaking Masterclass, this time he’s going to share with you some of his tips and tricks…

 “THE BEST CAMERA YOU HAVE IS THE ONE THAT IS ALWAYS WITH YOU”

From the DSLR revolution putting high quality affordable cameras into the hands of consumers to the film, ‘Tangerine’, being screened at Cannes (it was shot entirely on an iPhone), now more than ever it’s easy to get involved in the filmmaking industry.

Back once again, Jack’s here with this penultimate episode, all about tips and tricks for some badass smartphone filmmaking. You’ll even find inside an inventive way of using a selfie stick that doesn’t involve your own face. This episode is chock full of juicy little techniques that will bring a whole other level of quality to your production.

Watch Smartphone Filmmaking Masterclass Episode 4 below:

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