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4 Lessons from Top Film Directors

It is often said that films are subjective – what one person considers to be a masterpiece, might be another’s worst nightmare. There is much that can be learned from directors, however many will say that there is no one way for them to teach...

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#TeamTanami Joins Cello Signal

A very exciting news announcement coincided with Tanami’s fourth birthday this year … drum roll please … we are now part of Cello Signal, an integrated marketing and media group. Under this new deal, #TeamTanami will remain based at Hanover House and will continue to service...

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Cut It Out: A Guide to Shot Transitions

This week #TanamiTowers has welcomed TV and film student Sam on a work experience placement. Alongside his studies, Sam is also a camera operator and editor for York Student Television, so with that in mind, we asked Sam to share his knowledge of some of...

5 Rules for Engaging Social Media Content

Last week, #TeamTanami had the pleasure of hosting a social media workshop for representatives of sport and leisure organisations in and around Derbyshire. The intention of this workshop was to encourage these organisations to think about how to get the most out of social media,...

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Music and Film: Working Together in Perfect Harmony

Scoring a film can be one of the most difficult and important steps in the film production process; so much of the story can be reinforced or indeed undermined by the choice of music. A good film score becomes much more than just an accompaniment;...

The Art of Macro Photography: A Closer Look

A macro lens behaves a bit like a microscope. It allows you to capture things which often cannot be seen with the naked eye; the details on a dragonfly’s wing, or larvae hidden in within a fish egg. It’s for this reason that macro photography tends...


Green-Screen: An Introduction

Just What Is Green-Screen/Chroma Key Technology?  The first green-screen created in the nineteen forties, believe it or not, was actually blue. For the film The Thief of Bagdad in the 1940s, Larry Butler created the the chroma key technology we know and love today. Butler...

The Filming Technique that Stood the Test of Time

Timelapse photography makes a great addition to video content: the time-defying nature of them is almost hypnotic. And with camera equipment becoming increasingly accessible and sophisticated, they are easier to capture than ever before, with most smartphones cameras now offering a timelapse function. But would...

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Seminar Standouts from the Media Production Show 2017

The Media Production Show, now in its second year, is fast becoming a stalwart of the media technology calendar. With a new venue in the Kensington Olympia and lots of lovely new kit to take for a spin, #TeamTanami were delighted to have been able...

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