How to Shoot High-Quality Videos With a SmartPhone

For learning professionals, filming poor-quality shots is one of the biggest wastes of time. Your foot­­age might be underexposed, have too much headroom, or just not work well with the other shots. While you can fix a lot of mistakes with your editing software, correcting video is time-consuming. Instead, you’re better off getting your video right in the first place. 

If you are using a smartphone, tablet, or small flip-style camera, you will most likely be limited to working with auto functions. That means no direct control over white balance, exposure, focus, or audio levels. However, there are some techniques that can help you minimize these limitations.

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