The cameraman just kept recording

Duration: 9min 26sec Views: 1945 Submitted: 27.04.2019
Category: Casting
I bought an ex ambulance fitted it out with a mixing desk and started recording bands at weekends around the Manchester area. For various reasons I decided at the end of to leave Granada and with the money from the TV shows I built a sixteen track studio. From the start I wanted Cargo to produce a different sound from any other studio. I wanted it to have a unique live sound to capture the energy that bands were used to getting on stage. I thought this would fit well with the uprising of New Wave, Punk and Heavy Metal against the disco sound that was prevalent at that time. The studio, a converted warehouse on Kenion Street, a back street in Rochdale, had a concrete floor, though it was carpeted, and brick walls with just a bare minimum of sound insulation.

History of film technology

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The history of film technology traces the development of techniques for the recording, construction and presentation of motion pictures. When the film medium came about in the 19th century, there already was a centuries old tradition of screening moving images through shadow play and the magic lantern that were very popular with audiences in many parts of the world. Especially the magic lantern influenced much of the projection technology, exhibition practices and cultural implementation of film. Between and , the relevant technologies of stroboscopic animation , photography and stereoscopy were introduced.

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Someone is going to have some explaining to do. This cameraman clearly had no idea what he was about to see when he began recording on a hot Saturday night. Obviously no one wants to see this happen. The men captured in the recording are clearly embarrassed about the whole thing and had no idea why everyone was cheering and whistling at them. But this cameraman bravely pointed at the field and just kept rolling.
Queen guitarist Brian May got into an altercation with a Australian news cameraman after asking multiple times to be left alone. After the cameraman continued filming May, the guitarist screamed at the reporter and slapped the phone he was recording with. Queen are currently touring in Australia and will headline the Fire Fight Australia benefit for the apocalyptic wildfires which have claimed the lives of over a billion animals. The cameraman seemed to step back and continue shooting from a distance, but May still expressed his discomfort with being filmed. Because you put it down now or else something ugly happens.