• Instructors

    Maegan Houang
    Caleb Babcock
    Joshua Martin
    Patrick Tomasso
    Evan Schneider
    Justin "Dunna" McDonough
  • Skill Level

    Level 1

    You want to learn how to plan, shoot, and edit your own mobile film from start to finish.

  • What You Get

    7 hours of learning

    + 7 workshop lessons

    + 7 recorded Q&A sessions (available by 4/2)

    + Exclusive filmmaking knowledge from pros

  • Learn Mobile Filmmaking

    7 Pro Filmmakers share their knowledge.

    + Pre-Production with Maegan Houang
    + Shooting with Caleb Babcock
    + Shot Composition with Joshua Martin
    + Sound with Patrick Tomasso
    + Editing with Lila
    + Coloring with Evan Schneider
    + SFX & Music with Dunnadidit

Presented by Adobe

7 Workshops. By 7 Pro Filmmakers. One workshop.

Bringing Your Idea to Life with Maegan Houang


Every good film starts with a great idea. In this lesson, Writer & Director Maegan Houang teaches how to build the framework of your story and create a plan around the resources you have available. You'll learn how to develop compelling characters and storylines for your film, so that once you press record, your film is ready to spring to life. Learn to: - Build the framework for your story - Create a plan based on what locations and characters are available - Develop compelling plots and storylines for your film

Shooting with Your Phone: Apps & Settings with Caleb Babcock


Making a film on your phone? Making it look good can be tricky. In this lesson, Moment's Head Filmmaker Caleb Babcock walks you through how to get the best exposure in multiple environments. You'll learn the best settings to use to take full advantage of your phone's camera, and which apps can help you get the perfect shot. Learn to: - Make your phone foo...

Mobile Composition & Framing with Joshua Martin


Like any camera, phones have strengths and weaknesses. Learn what shots work best on a phone and how to make your film look pro level. In this lesson, Moment Filmmaker Joshua Martin breaks down how to compose and frame your shots so that your mobile footage looks cinematic. You'll learn basic color theory, composition rules, and creative vs. classic shot ty...

Capturing the Best Sound with Patrick Tomasso


Arguably more important than how your film looks, the quality of your audio can make or break your film. This workshop breaks down the best practices of capturing audio with Audio Expert Patrick Tomasso. You'll learn the different microphone types that Patrick recommends you use for your film, as well as how to record voiceover. By the end of this workshop,...

Editing Your Film with Lila


Editing is when your film actually starts to looks like, well, a film. Without a good edit even the best footage can leave us confused and otherwise disconnected from a film. In this lesson, professional YouTuber Lila teaches you how to edit your film on mobile or desktop (Adobe Rush & Adobe Premiere Pro). Bringing all your footage together to create a cohe...

Color Correction & Grading Your Film with Evan Schneider


Color correction and grading is what brings your straight-out-of-camera footage to something that belongs on the big screen. In this lessons, professional Colorist Evan Schneider teaches you how to balance your colors and give that final professional polish on your phone footage. Using Adobe Premiere Pro, you'll dive into layer, workflow, and more. Are you ...

Music & SFX for Films with Dunnadidit


Ever wonder how filmmakers choose their music? In this lesson, Producer Justin "Dunnadidit" McDonough teaches you how to polish your audio by adding music and sound effects. You'll learn how to choose the right sounds and mix your tracks -- transforming your film into a professional-looking (and sounding) finished product. Learn to: - Polish your audio for...