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Duncan Stone
BBC Newsgathering Cameraman/Editor/Producer/Director/FCPX, Sony FS5 camera and MoJo/iPhone trainer for . Views mine, not Beeb.
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Duncan Stone Jun 17
Replying to @ORachaelO
Put your smartphone lens against the eyepiece of the binoculars. Instant long lens though difficult to hold steady so prop it up with books etc on the windowsill.
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Philip R Darley Jun 16
Five key take-aways from the Reuters Digital News Report 2018
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Nick Bryant Jun 6
Today we’re remembering Simon Cumbers, the BBC cameraman murdered by Islamists in 2004 while on assignment in Saudi Arabia. He was a lovely, gentle man and personified all that’s good in our industry. This year he would have celebrated his 50th birthday.
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Joanne Cayford Jun 6
Today is the anniversary of the death of Simon Cumbers -wonderful Irishman, journalist and cameraman . Remembered .We raise a glass to a great friend, missed by so many
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Duncan Stone Jun 4
Great film from the BBC’s very own
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Duncan Stone May 30
Replying to @TonyD9999
You certainly were. Top cameraman-man
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Duncan Stone May 30
Farewell - A great conference so far, enjoy the rest of it. And thank you - now 3 hours on the coach to Dublin.
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Matthias Süßen May 29
BBC mobile journalism pilot scheme sees 15 experienced camera operators shoot with iPhones over three months
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Duncan Stone May 30
Replying to @MarcSettle
Senior citizen?? After 40 years at the Beeb I am!!
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MojoFest May 29
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Duncan Stone May 29
Replying to @TonyD9999
All good thanks and then countless interviews!! I now know I’m a ‘behind the camera’ man!!
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Sarah Gill May 29
"Every time I do an interview, I put my phone on a tripod and record the questions being asked" is giving great insight into the world of mobile journalism!
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Corinne Podger 📱🎓 May 29
Great guide for newsrooms: the 5-metre rule. If it's within 5 metres, you can film with a smartphone. Further away requires a different camera. says this helps the BBC choose the device for the story.
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Marc Blank-Settle May 29
There’s now decent audio from the FB livestream out of . It’s not 100% but it’s fine. On stage now - & BBC camera guru who’s talking about the BBC’s Mojo project.
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Caroline Scott 🎥 May 29
BBC News gave 15 camera crews mojo kits & they're finding phones to be suitable devices for daily news gathering, used by themselves and combined with larger broadcast cameras. explained the importance of developing a workflow before shooting big stories
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Duncan Stone May 29
It’s early days in our MoJo pilot. There is still some resistance to change however that always applies to new kit. But as staff understand what the phone can do the more they embrace.
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Cielo de la Paz May 29
“We didn’t tell the 6 o’clock news we shot the piece on an iPhone. They didn’t even notice.” Duncan Stone, BBC journalist.
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Marc Blank-Settle May 29
Only 50% of BBC's UK-based camera crews have been willing to give iPhones a go to see what they could do for news gathering - speaking at . (What can we do to get the rest on board?!)
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Éilis Cosgrove May 29
BBC producer Stone and founder of Mojofest discuss mobile journalism. Duncan says he shoots for BBC on his iPhone when he is within 5 meters of the shot!
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WytseVellinga May 29
Replying to @DuncanCStone
The BBC has really started to incorporate in getting the news, combining mobile footage with the footage shot on broadcast cameras, says .
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