Slow motion

Recording slow motion on an iPhone

Slow-motion – we see it everywhere. That beautiful, buttery smooth video enables an audience to really focus on the finer details.

There are many places in films where slow motion can be effective – waves crashing on the beach, a bird flying through the air or a character running through a large field.

It’s fantastic when shot correctly but can feel clunky and outdated if overused. 

Whether you should use slow motion in your course will depend on your brand and what you’re teaching. You’re less likely to have a need for it if you’re a bookkeeper teaching payroll than if you’re a personal trainer creating an epic opening sequence.

You should only use slow motion where it adds to your video, never as a gimmick.

In this lesson, you will learn how to record slow motion using your iPhone.