When filming in a studio or film set It is essential to observe some key procedures and safety measures when working with animals.
Welcome to the Camberwell Studios Blog
Welcome to our blog pages, newly restructured to better reflect the our customers are interested in.
|Studio Life||Our occasional review of the work coming through our doors. We often get early sight of trends that will become important. 2016 was all about 360º and VR.|
|Greenscreen||Greenscreen shoots are amongst our most regular. In our articles we cover a wide variety of greenscreen matter that should be helpful for beginners through to the experienced.|
|Equipment Reviews||Choosing the right equipment to film with will take up any Production Managers time. There are always options and trade offs to take into account. Our occasional kit reviews will tell you more.|
|Film Production Tips||How do you film noir? Which is best, filming in greenscreen and ‘fixing it in post,’ or filming in camera? Photography and continuous light – which is best?|
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In this article we will be offering some simple advice to getting the most out of your Soundproofed, Greenscreen Video Production project.
Ok. You have got this far. You have decided to have children in your video. Some will call you crazy, referring to the old WC Fields adage of ‘Dont work with children or animals’
These past few weeks have really stretched the studios capabilities and this was highlighted and bought to the fore by the arrival of the London Film Academy. They had a huge prep session here and were we were able to offer some consultation for their large production.
Filming against a green screen (also known as chromakey) is a major part of most feature film and TV production. The same approach can easily transform a corporate video too. In this article we describe the key steps you should plan for.