Why do you think you’re the only one? Well, for one thing, you’re so incredibly awesome at what you do. Secondly, it’s not like you don’t want to do a video interview! You’re a video journalist already and that’s what you do. You also get to pick the camera you use and it has a built-in microphone! You’re very creative… what, I mean you already have the camera, right?
So, I’d say what I am going to do is I will be taking a camera and a tripod out in public, using something like the Canon 5d Mark III, with a wide angle lens. Why? Because I know the 5d Mark III with 5 stops of ISO 1600 is going to have a lot of sharpness and very good color rendition. So, that’s the goal. I don’t want to mess around on my DSLR as it’s just about the cheapest option.
But I’m also very excited to share this story with you all after all this time spent working with cameras! I hope you all enjoy the journey and I’m looking forward to working with you all again again for more stories. Until then, happy working!
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Sebastian Coe is the only Welshman to have run a sub-four-minute mile in under seven minutes. But it is unlikely he will ever take part in a world-record attempt.
In an extraordinary article on Coe’s website, Welsh runner Graham Clark explains why and what makes the former Olympic time trial champion different.
And it does not end there.
“When he told me he was going to compete in world record style, it was an enormous relief,” says the Scot who recently broke his own world record.
“But when I read it, I couldn’t believe I’d read it – I had no idea he would make it.
“I thought, ‘This is a guy who ran the Olympic team in under five minutes but got injured in 2011 and couldn’t finish the 2012 Olympic Games in London. And he’s going to do it again?’
“I was really surprised but at the same time relieved that he had the guts.
“With that said, he must run in the world’s biggest race. I mean, it’s just that
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