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How To Film An Expedition

But how does one film one’s adventures in the first place? Camera work is a huge field, with masses of terminology and kit to get your head around, let alone thinking about filming a story, constructing a sequence or planning shots. Most adventurers can barely afford their own expeditions, so paying for a camera-man is out of the question. How, then, does a budding explorer-presenter take his first step into the world of media? Continue reading

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Shooting For The Edit

It’s all to easy, to get caught up in beautiful cinematography, and forget to capture the transitions, establishing shots and other essential bits that make up the grammar of film. Continue reading

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