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See black and white in colour

See black and white in colour

This amazing experiment on BBC 4 shows how the brain can be tricked to see black and white in colour. Using an image of Dunstanburgh castle in black and white, it can be viewed in colour after staring at a false colour image. The sensitivity of the light receptors in...
“Spotlight” – Best film at the Oscars?

“Spotlight” – Best film at the Oscars?

Why did “Spotlight” win the Oscar over BAFTA winning “The Revenant”? The Revenant was about being immersed in another world through incredible cinematography and a great performance from Leonardo Dicaprio. A very simple but compelling story,...
Social media video: Facebook v YouTube

Social media video: Facebook v YouTube

Social media video: Facebook v YouTube Which ever platform you prefer, video on social media is increasingly becoming the most important factor in promoting your company. There are now over eight billion videos viewed on Facebook every day. This is now far more than...
Henry Adams promo video goes live!

Henry Adams promo video goes live!

Henry Adams new promo video goes live on their website. Shot at several locations in West Sussex, this video shows why Henry Adams are different, using interviews with the staff and shots of their new cars driving through this attractive part of the UK. In an ever...
Out baking the ‘Bake Off’

Out baking the ‘Bake Off’

Just completed a series of tutorial videos for the amazingly talented Suzi Witt of Pretty Witty Cakes. Shot with 3 cameras in the Pretty Witty Studios and edited for their on-line subscription channel...
Twickenham Studios Sound Mix

Twickenham Studios Sound Mix

Three weeks at the newly refurbished Twickenham Studios, Attenborough Theatre, completing the final sound mix on “The Man Who New Infinity”, a feature film starring Dev Patel (Slumdog Millionaire) and Jeremy Irons.  
Video for exhibitions

Video for exhibitions

In the last week, two of our clients have used the videos we produced on their stands at exhibitions. Condair at the EXCEL in London and Total Objects at the AAMGA in Seattle.