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A popular question! "What cameras do you use and recommend to shoot video?" There are so many cameras out there and to be honest I haven’t tried that many, so it’s difficult to choose what to recommend. I keep my kit really simple, shooting with cameras...

“I always think your hands and nail polish looks so lovely in all your films and pics. Can you possibly tell me what you use? Is it gel polish and a UV light? I especially love the different coloured nails” Before lockdown, I would always go...

A "Memory Postcard" film is a compilation of one second clips to spark memories of that time. I named this type of film “Memory Postcards” because each one second clip felt like a snapshot of that particular moment in time, almost like sending a postcard to...

One of the questions I get asked a lot is - What equipment or tripod do I use to shoot video clips or Stop Motion from overhead? I’m happy to share what I use now, but don’t believe you need lots of equipment to hold your...

I'm always getting questions about my bike & its basket and how do I shoot video while riding it?. So I thought I'd share everything here. The bike is a Birdie by Bobbin Bikes. It has three gears which is fine for me. It’s also not...

A Jump Cut transition is a film editing technique to portray that time has moved forward. Often the camera position doesn’t change, just the subject within the frame. This type of transition is commonly used in vlogs but also seen in some genres of cinema....

One of the best ways to get started with Stop Motion is to use your phone. Would you like to have a go? Stop-motion animation is a technique to make a physically manipulated object appear to move on its own. The object is moved in small...