Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video What you should know before watching this course, part of Mobile Apps for Photo and Video Projects.
- In this course, you'll need access to a tablet or a smartphone, as well as many third party apps. Most of the apps we're going to use are available for sale. Although some have lightweight versions that are free or reduced in cost. We are gonna focus on professional apps, so some of these apps are a bit expensive. Make sure you take a look at the tutorials and see if the app works for you. In many cases, you'll also find similar apps available. So while I might show one app, there are a myriad of apps with similar functionality, so you should read reviews, compare prices, and check for compatibility with your device to see which one's gonna be the best match.
The goal this course is not to tell you which apps to buy, but to show you different ways of using a tablet or smartphone, to plan successfully for creative projects. I think you'll find this advice useful, and even though apps change and technology evolves, you'll find great tools available to help you be a more effective, creative professional.
In this course, photographer, video producer, and educator Rich Harrington takes you on a tour of the kinds of apps that can streamline photo and video projects of all kinds. Review different iOS and Android apps to simplify your entire production, from planning shoots remotely to recording audio on set.
- Location scouting virtually
- Annotating photos during location scouting
- Creating storyboards
- Slating camera takes
- Recording audio on location
- Forecasting the weather
- Understanding the position of the sun, moon, and stars