Welcome to the latest issue of Pro Moviemaker and once again we’ve put together a hugely diverse and hopefully entertaining and informative publication that covers a wide range of filmmaking-related topics. Along with our key interviews with the likes of DoP Andy Hollis, who has worked on a wide selection of top comedy shows, and wildlife expert John Downer, who has perfected remarkable ways of getting ultra-close to his subjects, we’ve got the story of photographer Sean Conboy’s filmmaking debut. His first production saw his team throwing paint at a brand-new Jaguar car. Filmmaker Dan Chung, meanwhile, is lamenting the fact that he’s suffering from a severe case of Gear Acquisition Syndrome.
In our Aerial Filmmaker section we’ve got the final part of my series on acquiring my Permission to Work certificate, while we’re also talking to a pair of wedding filmmakers who are now incorporating drone footage into their coverage.
On the test front we’re taking a look at the AJA Cion, a camera that’s been attracting serious attention ever since its serious price drop, while we’re also reviewing Canon’s remarkable hybrid, the 4K-capable XC10.
For good measure we’re also giving you the chance to win yourself an XC10 on page 16 so get your entry in now!