Julie tells us about her 30-year career working on news stories around the world as a Camerawoman for the BBC.
For the past 6 years, Hope Hall has been the Principal Presidential Videographer to President Obama. Hope tells us about her work.
Specialist outside broadcast director Richard Coventry gives us an insight in to his career.
We talk to award-winning documentary filmmaker Liz Allen about her work and the world of documentary filmmaking.
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The BBC R&D Dept's Head of Operations Jon Page gives us an insight in to the future of broadcast technology at the BBC.
8 things I've learnt about filming that make a big difference to the quality of my work.
Lots of music used with visual media is not licenced. We look at ways to use music legally.
There are times when you need manual focus and the skills to follow the subject with focus. We take a look at how to do it.
We asked 11 visual-media professionals what was the best bit of business advice they were ever given. Here are their replies.
When the photographer decides to learn filmmaking, this is essential information to get started.
When your films achieve over 13 million views and you get a Vimeo staff pick, you're on the filmmaking map. Danny tells us about his work.
Megan Stacey is an emerging cinematographer with a wealth of work in her showreel already. We ask Megan about what it takes to make it as a cinematographer.
Gail has worked on major documentary and drama productions both above and below the water. She tells us about her career.
Megan is an editor with 20 years experience working on high profile movies like Eye in the Sky. In our interview Megan tells us what it takes to be an editor.
Director Eleanor Mannion gives us a BTS look at the ground-breaking documentary The Collectors, filmed in 4K on an iPhone.
5 reasons why a commercial photographer should add video to their portfolio and 5 excuses for why they shouldn't.
Bill Bennett works as a Cinematographer with major clients like Apple and Audi. We talk to Bill about his career.
We take a look at how we made a short time-lapse film showing a seed growing in to a full-size Cress.
Nicola tells us about her factual documentary filmmaking career and her work with virtual reality.
Rachel, a camerawoman working for the BBC, tells us about her career, why apprenticeships are a good thing and volcanoes.
Commercial photographer and filmmaker David Cantwell tells us why he decided to become a qualified drone pilot and describes his experience.
BBC apprentice cameraman Sam Robinson tells us about his experience as he learns the ropes of working behind the camera.
Carly tells us how she gained experience in the media world and became a junior editor at a busy production company.
We get an insight in to how the MAMA Youth Project is training young people for broadcast-media careers.
Andy tells us about his career as a radio reporter and TV producer and working with a disability.
In the third part of our introduction to filmmaking for photograpers, we look at making a film.
Trainer Marc Blank-Settle tells us about how the BBC are using mobile journalism to report the news.
Dan James is a broadcast editor who puts together films for high-profile tv programmes like Top Gear. Dan tells us about his work.
Multi-cam and OB television Director Stuart Earl tells us about his work and career in the gallery.
BAFTA-nominated sound recordist and mixer Russell Edwards tells us about his work and career.