Mobile Filmmaking: Learn to Shoot Cinematic Videos with Andy To

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Mobile Filmmaking: Learn to Shoot Cinematic Videos with Andy To

    Andy To is famous for blowing minds with what you can capture on your phone. His cinematic style is so unique that Apple often calls on him to show off what you can do with their new iPhones. 🤯.

    Now Andy wants to take you to Japan and teach you everything he has learned — from the gear he uses, the techniques he’s mastered, all the way to his editing workflow. At the end of this lesson, you’ll have practical skills that you can apply to make your videos look incredible. This lesson is broad to anyone learning how to shoot a smooth, cinematic video on your phone. Although he teaches this lesson entirely on his iPhone, many techniques apply to any camera.

    *Now includes bonus episode!


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    SKU: m-lesson-009

    What You'll Learn

    Andy will teach you how to shoot incredible films on your phone. He runs through his whole process, from how to compose and frame cinematic shots to properly executing the edit.

    Learn to make videos like this 👇 

      Class Extras

      Get more out of the lesson with Gimbal Tips, custom LUTs, and a Japan shooting guide.

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        5 Gimbal Tips

        A gimbal is the perfect way to get smooth, cinematic results; and with Andy's top 5 tips, you'll be a master in no time.

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        Custom LUTs

        Andy built a custom LUT for colorgrading your iPhone footage; the quickest way to get his look. Moment built a custom LUT perfect for shooting in midday light; adding a subtle (and beautiful) film look to your footage.

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        Japan Shooting Guide

        Japan Shooting Guide: A guide to the best places to shoot video (and photo) in Japan, including some of the best locations in Tokyo and Kyoto.

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