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Zerb 62 – Autumn 2005


  • Tsunami: Julian Hadden witnessed both the disaster and the aftermath
  • In conversation with … Sir David Attenborough
  • Around the world with Michael Palin – by Nigel Meakin
  • Election diary – diary of ITN’s general election coverage
  • 'Tribe' – Tim Butt on filming cannibals for the BBC
  • HD lenses – how do they differ from SD?
  • Mailbox – BBC Birmingham’s new home
  • Premier Crew – how do directors choose their crew?
  • Career change – starting out at Ravensbourne College
  • Richard Hookings on using Polecam at the Athens Olympics
  • Are you insured? Things to check before you shoot
  • Digital Production – a new approach to ‘collaborative workflow’
  • Final Cut Studio reviewed
  • Zerb Basics: Exposure
  • Book Review: Practical Cinematography
  • Book Review: The Camera Assistants Manual 
Managing Editor: Alison Chapman  Editor: Alan Duxbury


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