TRAILER: Belonging. The Truth Behind the Headlines.

I have had a pleasure to work as a camera operator on Morag Livingstone's feature documentary,  ''Belonging''. Belonging. The power within. A film about people. People who just so happen to be trade unionists. We shall look through their eyes at the role of unions in leading us out of food bank Britain - by rebuilding communities and giving a voice to those people, in and out of work, devastated by economic polices. Read more

EXTENDED OFFER: Receive £50 discount for 2017 Shadows & Light Wedding Cinematics

What is Shadows & Light Wedding Cinematics?
Shadows & Light is an event for filmmakers, by filmmakers. It is a series of presentations, practical workshops and social gatherings that takes place over three days each year. It is intimate (limited to no more than 100 attendees). It is fun. It brings together filmmakers so that you can learn from expert speakers, learn from each other and, perhaps most important of all, meet other like-minded filmmakers, forging a community of like-minded people. Read more

RIP, Lily: The “drone that flies itself” actually won’t be flying at all.

The Lily was one of the first of its kind: an ultra portable drone that follows a tracking device that you wear on your wrist. All you had to do was throw the thing in the air, and voila! It would fly according to whichever flight path you chose. Read more

Officially unofficial 2017 camera rumors.

Expectations are high for camera releases in 2017. Just like in years past, here's a round up of the latest camera rumours that have appeared online. While a lot of last year’s camera rumors came to fruition, it seems a few might have been a bit too optimistic. So, keep in mind, there are no guarantees here — only hopes and dreams. Here are the best rumors for cameras we may see released in 2017. Read more

Book Launch: Chris Leslie – ‘Disappearing Glasgow’.

I first met Chris in 1997 as a 13 year old in Sarajevo orphanage where he came to as a volunteer to teach the kids B/W photography in a specially constructed darkroom in the basement. It was only supposed to be a 3 month summer project that grew into a 4 year project for him, and with meeting him, turned into a 15+ year brotherhood.
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Best advanced compact cameras – November 2016.

Back in 2007/8 during my degree at University of Wales, I was lucky enough to work at Jessops branch in Cardiff.   I will never forget weird and fantastic cameras that would come in stock which was impossible to give the best advice to customers which one to buy - some wanted ''pink camera'', some ''£50 wonder camera'' while others were open to suggestions. Of course, price was always a deciding factor in most cases, from cheap, budget, bridge and high-end cameras and meet customers who came from different backgrounds and with different photographic need from expensive to cheap compact cameras. While cheap compacts are no longer popular, more advanced compacts are still important. Read more

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