Monthly Archives: February 2011

Lost In Translation

We once produced a programme for the National Parks in the UK. It was filmed at the height of summer at Loch Lomond in Scotland – in the torrential rain! It was a desperately miserable shoot. Everyone was soaked to … Continue reading

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Letraset

Back in the old days of television and video production, before the days of graphic generators and non-linear editing systems, caption cards were used to create any on-screen text. These caption cards were produced using Letraset, which was a sheet … Continue reading

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Stand And Deliver

This photo always makes us laugh! May just look like a photo of a cameraman and director filming a shot of a ferry coming into port. But, it is loaded with memories of yet another funny (in retrospect) episode on … Continue reading

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What A Night It Was

A lot of the work we do is events coverage, which can range from providing a multi-camera set up with footage vision-mixed for projection onto screens at an event, to filming on a single camera and producing a ‘highlights’ video. … Continue reading

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Wearing The Badge

If you are looking for a rugby fix this weekend there is no substitute for the excitement of the Six Nations, but we can at least reflect on our rugby tour in Italy. Producing the documentary taught us how rugby … Continue reading

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