As a photographer myself, I broke out into a cold sweat reading how this poor man lost most of his image library in the Lever Street fire. Equipment can be replaced but unique transparencies, negatives and digital images can’t be.
I thought I’d write a bit about the kit I use for making videos and blog entries.
Film-making can be an expensive hobby. Especially if you start to buy professional lights, backgrounds and other accessories.
The Guardian looks at how print journalists are beginning to use video and asks whether web video could mean a new ‘golden age’ for newspapers.
Quality content and creativity are valuable things. If you need proof, just look at the millions of pounds that businesses earn from back catalogues of music, films, TV shows and news footage.
Download the Quicktime version here (or click through to the blog page for the Flash version).
I’m up at the house near the England/Scotland border. The back overlooks fields, hills and crags and has always been a prime location for some spectacular sunsets. I recorded 30 minutes of one tonight and then reduced this footage down to the 30-second-long time-lapse movie that you see here.
If you want the technical how-to-do-it…
Two rabbits review some of the world’s best-known vloggers.