Part 3 of Film & Video Tips
When filming try to get in close to your subject, avoid using zoom if possible it tends to distort and focusing becomes a problem, your film can also suffer from camera shake, sound will be much improved as well.
Part 2 of Film & Video Tips
When filming your subject try to get some interesting or relevant footage, say some background location shots or something related to the subject in the film. Can be used to pad out or add to your film.
Part 1 of Film & Video Tips
Then filming try to shoot your subject from different angles and at various zooms, this will give you more choice when editing your film.
Need help with your interview techniques, David Jackel has created a brilliant set of videos that cover all aspects. I have put them all on one page for easy reference.
Breakthrough UK, a organisation of disabled people based in Ardwick, Manchester will be holding their annual Open Day on Wednesday 31st October.
Local Residents from Crossley and Primrose Bank in Oldham gathered together on Thursday 4th of October at the Great Places Office on Union Street in the Town Centre to become Community Reporters.
A man who lived in a densely populated of African suburbs, Isaiah Jokoni, was happy with his life and he had a descend house and a descend job . He loved his job greatly as a mechanical engineer.
Today I recieved my Community Reporter's badge for all my hard work in reporting what is currently happening in and around the city I live in..........Yes folk's I was presented with it by the chief executive of PVM...Mr.