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Videos are part of the internet and our lives We make videos from small web adverts to Wedding day events to corporate information
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Live Videos

Our Mobile broadcasting enables the production of high quality streamed Video either for a local audience or out on the net. 

Photography

Everything from School and corporate photographs to Wedding Day memories, from portraits to news investigtions.

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Science Educational Videos

GCSE and A level Videos covering most exam boards Videos on Practicals and lessons. We have hundreds of videos on our YouTube channel teaching science and other topics.
We also run making better video, teaching users to create better video and to learn new techniques like animation, learning to light scenes better and to use foley.
We also write and produce a weekly video and Podcast on the enviroment - Going Green.

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Posted on February 5, 2023

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Posted on February 4, 2023

When teaching online, there is not often enough space to bring in a dynamics track, especially if you want to get it all in the frame. The smaller @pascoscientific Code Node in its car shell is much smaller and can achieve the same results

Posted on February 3, 2023

Just how many safety errors can you spot in the picture?

Posted on February 2, 2023

Teaching is challenging, but making good online teaching is much harder, and doing this live is even more difficult. The experiment has to be set up quickly, has to work and needs to be seen clearly usually from several angles

Posted on February 1, 2023

Tried out some comet hunting. Used the Canon Eos R5C with a 200mm 2.8 lens. We have a lot of light pollution here, and 2500ISO and 15 secs at f5.6 gave some poor images due to camera shake because of the wind. I will try again with a bigger heavier tripod.

Posted on January 31, 2023

Fair use can work with some images, but sometimes you need a specific photo or image that doesn't exist. Using AI this is now changing and images can be created at a whim to suit particular topics that are being taught. Is the AI good enough to ID the characters?

Posted on January 30, 2023

Once upon a time, a group of scientists were curious about how gases behave. They wanted to understand how gases react under different conditions, such as pressure, temperature, and volume. Seems to be the start of a video.

Posted on January 29, 2023

Stop-Go Animation using DragonFrame 4. Lego and Stop-Go Animation seem to work well together, making some science videos, building things that I can't afford or possibly own and then getting them to work in a demonstration mode.

Posted on January 28, 2023

The New CGP Maths A-level Course Books are excellent. Very similar in format to the Pearson Books but with a few extra bits like chain rule twice. The worked solutions are at the back of the book, which is extremely helpful.

Posted on January 26, 2023

A few days into the clinostat working so we should start to see the effect the rotation is having on the roots and shoots

Posted on January 25, 2023

Online teaching started out as a laptop with a built-in camera. Now there are at least 4 cameras with remotely powered zooms, and usually more. There are graphics tablets, visualisers, hyperdecks for video playback and an ATEM and streamdeck to control it all

Posted on January 24, 2023

Trying a couple of runner bean seeds in the clinostat as a timelapse. We decided to put the clinostat in the unused fish tank so it can be left for 5 days or so. I guessed at a speed of 1 frame every 2 mins, we will see if I am right.