Here is a short compilation of some of the footage I have filmed of Prince Harry and Meghan over the last two weeks while working as one of the broadcast […]
After a considerable break in service, The Imagejunkies Podcast is now back. In today’s episode, I talk with the brilliant Alex Braczkowski about his work as a wildlife researcher and […]
So I’ve just purchased the Sony PXW-Z90. If you’ve never heard of it then here are a few basic stats that helped to sell it to me: – 4K right […]
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 […]
My review of the Sony HX90V compact camera. In this blog and video I examine the video functions in detail.
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 […]
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 […]
my affiliate linkI recently bought the DJI Osmo gimbal. I already have a Nebula 4000 gimbal but I wanted to try something with a built-in camera. Below is my short […]
I was recently given a Richoh Theta S 360 degree camera. I messed around for quite some time and read many posts about how to shoot with it and edit […]
In this video I take a look at the Sony A5100 for shooting news. I’ve been using this camera now for over six months and love it. The image quality is outstanding and the size of it makes it a perfect camera for taking anywhere.
As you know I’m always looking for ways to bring my shoots to life, to make them stand out. In the last three months one of the ways I’ve been […]
The Live shot is an essential part of TV news. If you are working in broadcast then there is a pretty high chance that you will have to either shoot them, or appear in them. The way you go about this will be dependent on a number of things: The story, the location and what technology you have available. Here are more tips and advice for videojournalists
I’ve been shooting news and documentary for fifteen years as a traditional cameraman using shoulder mounted cameras. But in the last two years I’ve been working more and more as a video journalist. I was given a tiny budget to purchase kit (£4000) and was keen to keep it as light weight as possible while still being practical enough to shoot features and hard news – I went for the Sony A7S, this article will tell you all about it.