Earlier this summer I was interested in an article on the EOSHD website to challenge the forum members of finding “the best cinematic quality for less than £200”. I had the thought of doing a “cheap camera challenge” myself so this came at a good time!Read More
Okay, I hold my hands up. I’m a bit of a gear nerd. Photography and Filmmaking, image creation in general is my passion, yet at the same time I enjoy the technical side just as much. I enjoy collecting and using equipment, old and new and love experimenting by changing and adapting the gear I use.
This blog post is a bit of a review marking a year of using the Panasonic Lumix GH5 in my professional video work.Read More
Well it’s that time again. Taking everything I have learned in the last 12 months, I am looking in to the New Year with some new aims and objectives. There are many things due to shift around and that is the reason for writing here about it…so let’s get right in to it!Read More
Video Production in Scotland - 5 Ways to Use Video for your Business
Video is becoming increasingly more important in today's world for helping your business stand out and become more noticeable. It's now no longer enough for still images to do all the work in engaging your audience. Implementing a video strategy needn't be complex or time consuming with many options open to us now.
Here are 5 ways you can utilise video to help engage or broaden your audience for your business.Read More
This month it’s part 3 of Inside the Wedding Film. After capturing those unique moments on Wedding day, the story of how it unfolded comes alive in post production. I give a run down on the workflow involved.
Piecing together a wedding film isn't a particularly complex process, however the reoccurring theme of organisation is key to the post production too.Read More