iPhone Photography - Improve Your Digital Photography Today

3 Hours of video tutorials: iPhone Photography: Shoot and edit digital photography with Robb Montgomery. iPhone Photography and Video editing tips.

Course Summary

This course is about making exceptional travel photography - no matter what camera you have or where you are in the world.
This is a Level Two Course Pack that builds upon the smartphone filmmaking lessons taught in "Smartphone Filmmaking: LEVEL ONE - Film & Edit Mobile Video."

These new video lesson examples will show you step-by-step how to take stunning travel photos and film amazing social videos.
What will you learn?

  • Explore, shoot and sell spectacular videos with your smartphone.
  • Take stunning travel photos and scenes that people will pay for (and your family will love).
  • Understand timeless video principles that will stay with you for all projects, and with all cameras.
  • Gain film school level insights for conceptualizing, shooting, and editing a holiday travel scene.
  • Produce HD video content without expensive equipment.
  • Develop your own unique style of video and photo taking that set your shots apart.
Taught by @VideoJournalist - this course features genuine pro advice and exclusive behind-the-scenes access where you will learn how to film amazing and stunning photographic and video scenes that will impress viewers every time.

In this course you will see practical, real world examples that back up the fact that great photography and travel videos are are a result of the photographer's approach to new environments, and a knack for getting the most of every situation.

This Best-Selling instructor travels, teaches and earns his living doing exactly what you see in this course. The lessons for this course were filmed in Egypt, Chile, Berlin, the Alps, Doha, Singapore and many other exotic locales.
Montgomery teaches the same photo safari approach to the media pros who come study with him in Berlin and also to his university students in Paris and Vienna.
These lessons feature professional images and scenes that have been captured with a smartphone. This is intentional.
Shooting advice is easy to give and many of the common themes are best supported by having the pro instructor show you exactly all the things that went into getting that great moment or visual sequence.
Not in someone else's work. but in their own. What went right, what went wrong. What were the problems to solve and how did they get sorted?
We show you what goes into the planning, the anticipation, and the willingness to venture outside comfort zones.
That's the secret knowledge worth exploring in this series.
These pro techniques will show you how to explore the word, capture spectacular images that will wow your friends and family.
These methods work quickly to help you develop your photographic 'eye.'

  1. Travel light
  2. Get lost
  3. Challenge yourself
  4. Connect the shots
  5. Be a people watcher
  6. Be safe
  7. Film in manual mode
  8. Wake up early
  9. Stay out late
  10. Play with time
  11. Speed ramping
  12. Remain curious
  13. Ditch the group
  14. Embrace strangeness
  15. Chase the light
  16. Take a hike
  17. Tell a story
  18. Plan ahead
  19. Anticipate action
  20. Talk to people
It is easy to be overwhelmed by the technical aspects of photography or fall prey to camera envy that suggests 'I could be a pro, if only had I had THAT gear."
Pros are judged by their work, not the tools that help produce it. And pros get paid to film and edit: so we are also including guidance in this area as part of the course.
Every travel photo pro will tell you that the best piece of gear they carry is their eyes (and a brain that is tuned to observations that others often miss).
They know how to get the 'money shot' and to also film scenes that can be sold to people who are happy to pay for the shots that result from a pro's approach to travel filming.

BONIUS SECTION: Earn income with your travel video skills
  • Use Video to Establish Yourself as an Expert
  • Earn income as a Freelancer
  • Take Great Video with Your Smartphone
  • Make Captivating Explainer Videos
  • The Key Ingredients of a Great Videos
  • Freelance Video Production
Travel photo pros will tell you "Don't eat where the tourists do, but where you see locals. Just set off down a street and see where it leads. Look around the bends, over the rises. Get away from the crowd."
In this course, you will see what lies just beyond the edges when you drift away from the tourists and tourist sites, away from what is too familiar and comfortable.
It may help to think of this as a course that guide to be an expert in photo hunting.
Whenever a pro photographer leaves the confines of his camp, he is ready and able to capture whatever pops up —and now you will be too,
"Get closer, then get closer still. Try different angles, different lenses."
This course goes far deeper than the cliche advice found in free tutorials.
Instead we will learn to wait for the light, build a moment, embrace bad weather, and explore strange new situations.
We are never be in a hurry to get somewhere else, if where we are is or will be the place to be to capture a piece of magic in our frame.

This course is a masterclass in showing you how to do exactly all of these things.
For fun and for profit!

Register now. There is no risk!

Course Curriculum

Smart Film School

This course is taught by Robb Montgomery, an American Mobile Journalism professor, filmmaker and author.

Montgomery leads global training programs in mobile video reporting and documentary filmmaking for journalists. 

Based in Berlin, he recently served journalists in Ukraine leading several mobile documentary journalism workshops in Odessa and Ivano-Frankivsk.

He is the author of Smartphone Video Storytelling and Mobile Journalism textbooks and his documentary films have been awarded top prizes at film festivals in Berlin, Milan and Los Angeles.

Montgomery teaches journalists in more than 34 countries for Reuters, WAN-IFRA, IREX, InterNews, United Nations, U.S. State Department, Journalism Co UK, Mediacorp, SRMG, Radio Free Europe, Journalism Co UK, Middle East Broadcast Network, GIJN, International Journalism Festival, NABSHOW, and public broadcasters.

Montgomery developed the first mobile journalism training program for Radio Free Europe TV in 2011. As a visiting professor he has led courses in visual journalism at Northwestern University, Stockholm University, University of London, Singapore University, Danish School of Journalism, and Ohio University. He is listed in the U.S. Speaker program and presents workshops that are organized by U.S. Embassies cultural affairs officers.

His Smart Film School certificate courses are accredited by top media organizations and universities.

Montgomery holds a b.a. in Journalism (1990 – Eastern Illinois University)

John Smith


Highly Recommended Course. Easy to Understand, Informative, Very Well Organized. The Course is Full of Practical and Valuable for Anyone who wants to Enhance their Skills. Really Enjoyed it. Thank you!!

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