Prime and Fire have just launched a competition through Talenthouse for action sports filmmakers to produce a mini-documentary film with an incredible prize… The brief is: “Prime & Fire Selects are looking for talented filmmakers to pitch and produce their ideas for a short specialist sports … Continue readingPrime & Fire Action Sports Mini-Documentary Competition
I thought I’d put together some tips on how you can develop your career in photography from the experiences I’ve come across over the past few years and all the mistakes I’ve learnt from. You probably have so many questions about exactly the best way … Continue readingHow To Become A Photographer – Starting Out, What Gear, How Much To Charge
I’ve been making films with DSLRs for a few years now and there are definitely a few key improvements that I think will be coming in the next year or two, or at least I hope they are. Here’s my list of predictions and wishes … Continue readingDSLR Video Predictions and Wish List for 2015
I was recently asked by a client to recommend an upgrade for his old Nikon D80. They had a budget of £300-£700 and wanted to stick with the DX format so they could keep their lenses. Here are the three models I recommended (the prices … Continue readingDSLR Camera Comparison – Nikon D7100 vs D5300 vs D3300
My good friend Arturo recently featured me on his photography blog ThisIsSouthwark in his regular Five Fab Photos article, where he highlights a photographer’s five favourite, best, most influential photos or videos. Check out the blog here.
Here’s a product video I put together for the British sports technology company, Delazify. The brief was to make a video for their prototype snowsports wristop, the Yeti, that they could use for a crowd-sourced funding campaign, such as Indiegogo or Kickstarter. We shot the … Continue readingThe Yeti GPS Snowsports Wristop by Delazify