Shooting for the edit: Dos and dont's
Don't want to film more than you should? We tell you how to get the essential shots you need to capture in order to craft your story in the edit.
Shooting for the edit
Being in the edit is by far the best place to learn how the construction of a programme works. Three guests offer their tips on how to best shoot for the edit.
Seven tips for making great content with your iPhone
What apps and equipment could you be using to get the most professional results?
Self shooting actuality
When to cutaway and what to edit: producer/director Sam Bailey's gives a short guide to shooting actuality sequences on location.
The benefits and difficulties of self shooting - an essential part of the job description of assistant producers, directors and researchers.
Safety: tracking shots from cars
BBC Safety Advisor Christian McNally outlines the key safety concerns when filming tracking shots of vehicles.
Safety: on a recce
BBC Safety expert Stephen Gregory takes us through safety considerations on recces.
Safety: loading a crew car
Using the right car for your kit and avoiding injury by loading safely - we offer a few tips for self-shooters in this short film.