Shooting couldn't be much easier than on the Canon C300. In terms of ergonomics, design, and sheer image quality there really is nothing else comparable on the market at the minute.
You don’t always have to have the fanciest kit. As long as you have a good idea, a great team, resourcefulness and flexibility in ideas and approaches then your project will impact just as much as a high end video production.
Last year Camberwell Studios teamed up with Raindance Film Festival and gave away a free studio day worth £1000 to the winner of the Shorts competition. There were some really amazing entries this year and many deserving winners but they final accolade went to Lauren Pouchly, Producer of the winning Film ''Irreversible' .
This is our lovingly made Xmas video 2013. We hope you enjoy and you feel compelled to come down and meet us all.
Have a very merry Xmas and a happy new year
Love from - The Camberwell Studios Team x
This article will give you some advice on planning your filming trip to London. If you are filming in London for the first time then this article will give you some key tips to getting the most out of your visit.
This review comes from one of our oldest clients and he talks us through the much hyped Black Magic Cinema Camera 2.5k. With the 4k version working its way around the indie market Chris Corey takes a seasoned look and the Pro's and Con's.
Film Noir is about beautifully artistic lighting using the premise of light and dark and nothing in between. Using textures and locations to give hints of action and suspense as well as emptiness and optimism and other artistic cinematic devices.
Phillip Pond, a recent graduate, was asked to create a diary of his experiences in gaining work experience in the Film and TV industry. Phillip, like others, has found it hard to get their foot in the door...
This edition of the blog comes from a guest blogger in the form of SciFi London’s '48hr film challenge' winner. Clement Gharini in this blog he describes his winning formula and how independent film production is quietly closing the gap between small and big budget.
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