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#Tip: How to shoot quality video on mobile

August 29th, 2013Posted by in Mobile, Top tips for journalists

Neal Augenstein’s site #iphonereporting is a consistent source of excellent guidelines on how best to use your smartphone to supplement traditional reporting tools. These tips on shooting video on your phone are no different.

The tips are technical and technological – covering how best to hold the phone and edit the video as well as which apps to use in the process – and give a solid start to anyone looking to get good video on the go.

Shameless plug: Mobile journalism luminary Glen Mulcahy, quoted in Augenstein’s article above, is running a one-day course on mobile reporting for Journalism.co.uk in September if you want to take your skills to the next level.

If you have a tip you would like to submit to us at Journalism.co.uk email us using this link.

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  • jerrylazar

    Please check out Video Pro Camera app, just touted by top pros on Journalism.co.uk … Created by videojournalism guru Ken Kobre (who literally wrote the bestselling book on the topic), and developed and field-tested for more than a year, its goal is to provide easy-to-use complete pro-quality controls for iPhone video, including smooth digital zoom and the unprecedented ability to monitor audio levels while simultaneously using headphones and a remote mic… For a full list of features, please see http://www.VideoProCamera.com … Feedback welcome!… Many thanks for your consideration…

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