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Freelance Cameraman

Posted on the 31st May 2017 

The most enjoyable part is the sheer variety of work I get commissioned to do, from political shows to major sporting events and corporate videos right across all types of industries. Here is  just small selection work I have been doing over the last few months working as a freelance cameraman in TV and corporate video…. READ MORE >>

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DVD and BluRay authoring

Posted on the 27th February 2017 

DVD and  BluRay Authoring A full in-house authoring & mastering service with custom designed menu navigation for any purpose. We take your HD or UHD master files and author to standard definiton DVD or HD BluRay for retail sale with correct scaling and compression to achieve a high quality output on disc. We also make… READ MORE >>

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Induction Films

Posted on the 10th December 2016 

We recently completed 2 induction films for a large manufacturer, a full site induction for contractors and employees and a shorter induction film for day visitors. (the one shown below) Safety films are an essential part of all medium or large scale plants or businesses here in the UK and especially those using hazardous materials… READ MORE >>

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How to Repair a Snapped Videotape!

Posted on the 9th May 2016 

Please note any repairs to videotapes are carried out at your own risk! Bad repairs could cause head damage to your VCR so please be careful and if you’re not sure then leave the job to a suitable company such as ours who will be happy to do the repair and transfer for you. The… READ MORE >>

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Why We Should Think About Camcorder Tape Transfer

Posted on the 9th May 2016 

Many of us have camcorder tapes that were all the rage before the iPhone and its ilk took off, we used them to record holidays, birthdays and Christmases. All special occasions that hold very happy memories but what should we do with all these old recordings gathering dust! It is true that recordings on old… READ MORE >>

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Commission a Video Production – Here is Your Guide

Posted on the 10th March 2016 

Whether you offer a service or a product to your clients a successful video will be produced from the workflow as follows, STEP 1 – Writing your brief, what we as a production company will need to know. Your first step is to put together a brief this need only to be a page or two… READ MORE >>

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Welcome to Our News Section

Posted on the 2nd February 2016 

We’ve just launched this section on our website, but soon there’ll be loads of articles here with helpful advice and guides on all things related to video production. There’s lots to talk about after nearly 25 years of producing broadcast quality video, so stay tuned! We’ll also use this space to keep you up to… READ MORE >>

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British Pathé Open Up Their Entire Film Archive on YouTube

Posted on the 2nd February 2016 

British Pathé has their entire film archive of 85 thousand filmed news stories to YouTube, dating from 1910 and 1976 the films include footage from both World Wars, interviews with survivors of the Titanic, the death of Marilyn Monroe, alongside other filmed newsreels and documentaries. Our hope is that everyone, everywhere who has a computer will… READ MORE >>

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What Does the Future Hold for DVD?

Posted on the 2nd February 2016 

DVD’s have been around since their launch in 1995 so is it time to call it a day and say au revoir to this humble disc format? With downloads from the likes of Netflix, iTunes, YouTube and Vimeo and High definition BluRay discs available too! so why is the humble DVD still here and as… READ MORE >>

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What Camera Do We Use

Posted on the 2nd February 2016 

We often get asked what camera do you use and in the past this would have been a simple answer, but today things have changed, quite simply we don’t use a single camera! we choose cameras based on the subject, the look and the technical requirement. Quite often as freelance cameraman the camera type will… READ MORE >>

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