Video work

Production, filming and editing

Video production

Videos are shot on a mixture of DSLR and mirrorless cameras depending on the subject, location and type of stabiliser required, tripod or gimbal. Footage can be shot at 1080 for web use and 4k for larger screens. The footage is edited in Premiere Pro and the audio tweaked in Audition. The final video can then be exported in the correct format for its use, or multiple files produced for content to be viewed across a variety of platforms.

  • Production
    Videos 1, 3 and 4
  • Cameras
    Fuji XT2, XT3 and XT5
  • Lenses
    Fuji 35mm f1.4 and 56mm f1.2
  • Audio
    Hollyland Lark 150
  • Production
    Video 2
  • Cameras
    Canon 1dX and 1dX mkII
  • Lenses
    Canon 70-200 f2.8 and Sigma 35mm f1.4
  • Audio
    Hollyland Lark 150

Identity, Emotions and Worldviews

Professor Douglas Davies Professor Douglas Davies talks about how our identity is shaped by our environment and experiences.

These are great issues that are best dealt with when we talk together.

Using Miro in the classroom

Sally Billau Sally Billau extols the virtues of using Miro in the classroom and how it allows learners to share work and collaborate on projects..

Miro is an infinite whiteboard that can be used by students to collaborate and communicate their ideas.

Reimagining Elizabeth

Professor Natalie Mears Natalie Mears talks about how Elizabeth I's historical identity was moulded by the men around her and how we can re-imagine Elizabeth for the modern age.

I look at everything from Jane Austen's work to Japanese Manga, Anime, graphic novels and video games.

Student interview

Charlotte Charlotte explains why she chose Sheffield Hallam University for her degree.

When I came to visit the staff were really friendly and the facilities are state of the art.

Congregation

Images from the Arts and Humanities graduation.