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Do away with your script - how to capture a decent interview
Published on May 9, 2016
Do away with your script - how to capture a decent interview

Check out the latest 2020 version of this article here! How often do you watch an online video and feel disconnected and un-interested by the video you’re watching? Actually, hardly ever. As regularly mentioned to anyone in online communications, engagement time is becoming shorter and shorter. If content isn’t engaging, there’s a high chance [...] Read more

Run and gun videography with the Sony FS7
Published on Feb 20, 2016
Run and gun videography with the Sony FS7

I thought I'd do a quick blog post on the kit I use for a lot of my work. As a self-shooting producer/director, a large amount of my work is run-and-gun, documentary style film making. Often, I will be shooting solo and responsible for ensuring that the lights, sound, camera and direction is of top-notch quality. I have to be ready to shoot in [...] Read more

Dealing with crashes in Premiere Pro
Published on Nov 15, 2015
Dealing with crashes in Premiere Pro

With over a decades worth of editing experience working across a variety of NLEs, you eventually start to preempt the crashes. You tend to encounter most bugs that can be thrown up and you learn how to conquer them. Still however, on certain occasions you encounter issues that not even the senior bods at Adobe can’t fix. I thought I’d write this [...] Read more