Digital Bristol: time-lapse filming
Robbie Allen from Lobster Pictures explains the art and craft of making time-lapse using DSLRs.
Planet Earth II: What tech can TV producers use?
From ultra-HD and low-light cameras to drones and modern stabilisers - find out how to make the most of the latest technology used on Planet Earth II
CBBC’s Our School: Fixed rigs and children
Cameras, children and Castle Vale. The BBC's Kez Margrie, indie Twofour’s Richard Marson and teacher Trevor Evans discuss the full Our School experience
Shark: meet producer Simon Blakeney
Bloodthirsty hunters or social and complex creatures? Natural History Unit producer Simon Blakeney talks to us about the making of the landmark series Shark.
Gail Jenkinson: camera operator
Cranes, jibs, time-lapse rigs and high speed filming – all part of the portfolio of skills for a freelance camera operator. Gail Jenkinson describes where she fits in with a typical production
I made... The Great Bear Stakeout
Remote camera operator Tom Hooker describes the three months on the Alaska peninsular filming BBC One's The Great Bear Stakeout
Tips: Working with ropes
Using ropes for a different perspective - BBC Natural History Unit's Tom Crowley shows you how to use ropes to capture great shots
Tips: Underwater filming
Underwater filming is one of the most highly regulated parts of specialist filming. Elizabeth White offers her tips for getting it right