Mark Heath supports his web development and broadband activities with state-of-the-art photography and video capabilities. Mark has many years of experience with still photography. View his photo galleries below. Mark also produces videos with high production values using state-of-the-art 8k and 4k HDR cameras. Reflecting the critical importance of sound quality, Mark also records sound in ultra-high quality – either as part of video recording or as a standalone activity.
Photography, Advice and Reviews
Mark undertakes a number of photography assignments, supporting his online and technology-related activities. For examples of Mark’s photographs, please visit the following:
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Video Recording, Editing and Production
Video is becoming increasingly important to stand out online. Mark Heath cost-effectively achieves high production values through the use of 8k and Ultra HD (4k) cameras with high-quality lenses, broadcast-quality lighting, professional audio equipment and microphones, and chromakey. Full-frame Sony cameras are used (including the Sony A1 and Sony A7S III) with Sony GM lens for superb results.
The video above was produced for team building events company Creative Team Events for use on its website and social media. It was recorded in Ultra HD 4k using a Sony camera and studio lighting. Chromakey (green screen) was used to provide a suitable studio backdrop and to enable integration with various video feeds. Autocue was used to minimise stress for the presenter.
For more information and video samples, visit the Video Recording, Editing and Production page.
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Sound Recording and Mixing
For video production, sound is often neglected but is often more important than the picture quality. Mark Heath records sound in ultra-high quality – either as part of video recording or as a standalone activity. Recording capabilities include an Apogee multi-channel recorder (up to 192 kHz and 24-bit resolution) and a full complement of the best professional microphones, including Neumann U87, TLM 103, KM184 and KMS 105 microphones.
A range of virtual instruments can be recorded, including Omnisphere, Keyscape, Garritan CFX Grand Piano, Ravenscroft 275 piano and the Hauptwerk virtual pipe organ. Editing and mastering is performed with industry-standard Logic Pro X.
For more information, visit the Sound Recording and Mixing page.
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