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Flaxton, T.; Sparke, S.
Publisher: YouTube
Languages: English
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Centre for Moving Image Research and Cinematographers Mailing Lists began testing cameras and Camera Prototypes together in February 2014. These involved Professional Cinematographers and various professional crew members (Camera Assistants, Digital Imaging Technicians, plus BA, MA and PhD level students and various members of UWE Staff from technical instructors, research associates and also professorial level staff. CML is a well respected international professional discussion forum run by CMIR Visiting professor Geoff Boyle. Boyle also reports the outcomes of tests at National Association of Broadcasters Convention in Los Vegas and also International Broadcasting Conference in Amsterdam. The industry pays head to these tests. They take place at the Television Studio in Bower Ashton Campus. AN important issue within doing industry and academic events together is the osmotic learning process where both disciplines learn from eachother. When we broaden these out to public events then the public also takes part in the learning process.

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