I recently directed, shot and edited a film for the BBC about the wave of murders that have made Cape Town one of the most dangerous places… Read more “Murder Town: Inside Cape Town’s bloodbath”
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… Read more “How to break into wildlife filmmaking: An interview with Alex Braczkowski”
Johannesburg was built because of mining. The city is surrounded by huge, sandy dumps – a side-effect of the search for gold. I’ve lived in South Africa… Read more “Living on a radioactive mine dump”
I was recently in Zimbabwe to cover the elections. I was there to make films away from the politicians and the hard news. It was fun, until… Read more “In the line of fire: caught in Zimbabwe’s post-election violence”
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:… Read more “Using the Sony PXW-Z90 to shoot news”
In today’s podcast interview I speak with Lee Durant a cameraman based in London. Lee is a former Royal Marines Commando and we speak in detail about… Read more “Lee Durant: From the Marines to the Media”
My review of the Sony HX90V compact camera. In this blog and video I examine the video functions in detail.