I’m doing a new VLOG tomorrow, hosted by myself and Glen Symes as we cover the IBC Show for The IABM. We’ll be giving the low down on our kit choices and capturing the events, news and products from the expo and conference floor.
We depart on Wednesday for Amsterdam where I’ll be catching up with Steve Warner (IABM Training), Nino Leitner (Cinematographer and Cinema5D), HaZ Dullul (SYNC) and many companies including DJI Phantom, Schneider Kreuznach, Sony and many more.
You can keep up to date here on the blog or –
Ooh, I got the Canon 100mm F/2.8L Macro lens, and the Peak Design Leash too 😉
Also been trekking on with the graphics for all of The IABM video content, a little teaser for you;
I have. It is quite long too, and all the things on the ‘to do’ list have to be done before I start the next video production… Daunting!
Easter holiday weekend as a lovely one, with warm sunshine glowing over the Surrey countryside I ventured into the great outdoors to Leith Hill for a day of walking and geo-caching . Of course, the camera came with me to capture the happenings.
I am finalizing the details of the Recycling video for my council, on Friday I’m recording the voice over, the last component needed for me to complete the video! It has been a long project, but definitely worth the hard work animating. On Monday I went into Epsom with John from JHWF to film the ending shot from the DJI Phantom drone and the GoPro Hero 2. I decided to use an aerial shot as the last one, as this reinforces the community aspect of recycling to benefit our local area, as well as seeing all of the green land that surrounds Epsom.
Photo copyright Adam Plowden 2014.
I am getting a plan together for the new Manfrotto School of Excellence video series I’m going to produce, so please send over any questions on equipment, techniques, settings, videography or DSLR that I will answer in the video series on getting started with video.