A showreel of ten films commissioned and executively produced by Mark Kelly for The Sunday Times in 2012.
The Dogme 95 manifesto is dead yet it’s principles appear to be alive in today’s newsroom.
What is the difference between a Micro 4/3 camera and a DSLR?
Rod Liddle says he’s “thrilled to the cusp of ejaculation” after scooping a prestigious Lovie award. The journalist and broadcaster now needs votes to secure a second victory…
Sam O’Hare shot more than 35,000 stills for this time-lapse and tilt-shift short film about New York City – although for the final edit this was scaled down to 7200.
The Financial Times has become the first mainstream British newspaper to have more subscribers to its digital platforms than those buying the printed version of the newspaper. Granted, as a specialist newspaper the transitionary period was always going to be easier than that of a weekly, but nevertheless they made some very wise decisions.
Rather than taking advantage of the current boom in video content on digital platforms it seems most newspaper’s decision making executives would rather mimic their rivals.
So you’ve finally plucked up the courage to hack your GH2 for some serious performance enhancements…
Frustration is growing in the ranks of many newspaper multimedia departments. People like you and I, who changed their skills sets years ago in preparation for the digital boom, find ourselves slithering to a digital future by those with little to no multimedia experience.
Turning print journalists into mobile reporters was the aim of an interesting talk I went to the other day by freelance cameraman Guy Degan. I went because I manage a multimedia department striving for quality and don’t like unexpected surprises.