I’ve never covered extreme weather events. But if you are based in the USA then the chances are that you’ll have to film hurricanes and tornados and all sorts of […]
I recently rediscovered my Vimeo channel which had been unloved and forgotten for some time. Amongst some of the gems I found were a couple of videos featuring examples and […]
Paul Martin is a freelance cameraman based in the south of England. I’ve known Paul for a number of years though sadly we still haven’t had a chance to down […]
In episode five of the Imagejunkies podcast I talked with friend and colleague Barnaby Mitchell about his recent experiences filming the battle of Mosul. He had a tough time as […]
Episodes three and four of the Imagejunkies podcast feature an interview with BBC legend Bob Prabhu. Bob served forty years on the frontlines of news and his story is a […]
My review of the Sony HX90V compact camera. In this blog and video I examine the video functions in detail.
What is life like for a video journalist? What is like to travel and make films? I wanted to give an insight into how I work and I hope that […]
In this week’s episode of the new Imagejunkies podcast, I speak with BBC reporter Nick Garnett. Nick is a guru of all things Mojo (Mobile journalism) and in this chat, […]
The Imagejunkies podcast is now a reality. In the first episode, I talk with Freelance filmmaker Dylan Roberts about his work shooting 360 videos in Mosul while embedded with the […]
A short tutorial on how to use the draw mask and graduated mask effects in Final Cut Pro X (FCPX).
Are you obsessed with packing? With carrying the right tools? I’ve been experimenting with my EDC (Every Day Carry) for some time now and wanted to share it with you. […]
I have always loved working handheld and using super wide angle lenses. When I worked with “big” kit I used to adore my B-mount 4.5mmx14 Canon lens. For me filming […]
In June 2017 I was lucky enough to travel deep into the rain forest of Madagascar on assignment for the BBC. I worked alongside another brilliant cameraman called Tony Smith […]
The victorious hunters ran towards town, the stunned deer slung over the big man’s shoulders. Panting heavily, draped in kit and soaked in sweat I managed a few shots with […]
Drone Camp, Cape Town: 13-15 July, 2016 I’ve just attended the first ever Drone Camp South Africa organised by Chris Roper, senior knight fellow at Code for Africa and the […]
Great news – “Camera confidential”My book on video journalism is now in the Kindle store and available to buy. CLICK THIS LINK TO PURCHASE If you haven’t heard of the […]