A playlist of my USA National Park #MojoTrek videos. Shot and edited on smartphone while hiking the trails of epic nature areas in the western states. #mobilephotography #MobileJournalism #Mojo Edited in #Lumafusion.
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Category: Mobile Journalism
Mobile Journalism articles and videos by Robb Montgomery, author of “Smartphone Video Storytelling” and mobile journalism professor.
Build a low cost video studio in a spare room
The Smart Film School is building a new studio. I will be sharing photos and notes of how I am transforming this second room in a typical German flat into a proper project studio for film and broadcast. Stay tuned . . . This post will be updated as the project moves along. is
The moment when video journalism became mobile journalism
The dawn of Mobile journalism was first illuminated with these scenes shot for a global documentary film project called “Breaking the News.” I have stumbled upon some early #Mojo films I made before a time when we could shoot, edit and share with just our smartphones. In this video I demonstrate the ability to tell […]
Mobile Journalism Training, Courses, Workshops and Awards
Mojo news update from Robb (There is a lot going on!) The Mobile Journalism Awards deadline is Feb. 10. There are three categories to enter and the winner of Best Documentary will be announced in Las Vegas at the NABshow in April. • See the categories JoCoUk Mojo Masterclass course starts Jan 24 The six-week […]
Mobile Journalism Workshop
“How mobile journalists tell big stories with small cameras” The MOJO Workshop showcases the latest tech, tools, apps and techniques for field reporting with mobile gear. This perennial session always features fresh case studies and best practices of mobile journalism reports and documentaries from around the globe. Literally “from Smartphone to the Silver Screen.” This […]