Everything from School and corporate photographs to Wedding Day memories, from portraits to news investigations.
At our production company, we offer a range of services to create video content that meets your unique needs. Whether you require a one-off video or an entire series, we handle the entire process from design and scriptwriting to post-production.
For over four decades, we have captured countless wedding memories through our photography and videography services. As a company that offers both services, we provide an economic solution that ensures the photography and videography don't interfere with each other.
Our experienced team works tirelessly to provide exceptional quality and attention to detail in both photography and videography. We understand the importance of capturing the special moments of your big day and strive to create timeless keepsakes that you and your loved ones can cherish for years to come.
We believe that the whole filmmaking process should be done correctly to produce an excellent finished product, whether it's a short film or an advertisement. Our experienced team works closely with you to bring your vision to life, incorporating your ideas and feedback to ensure that the final product meets your expectations.
In addition to video production, we also offer photography services, for industry and schools. We can do everything from a few school portraits to covering the news and social media for an entire school or company. Our photos are perfect for use in brochures, press releases and websites, providing a visual representation of your school or organization that will help to draw in potential clients or students.
Throughout the pandemic, we produced 8 weekly, 45-minute programs on Science and Maths, which were widely used worldwide.
Our live videos on Science experiments aimed to help students aged 14-18 go over experiments and topics in Biology, Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics.
In addition, we offer live-streamed Organ concerts. Although the Organ is typically a challenging instrument to see, we use multiple cameras to give the audience an up-close view of the hands and feet sweeping over the keys as they enjoy the concert.
We also provide virtual concerts and church services. Using our ATEMS, we can stream various topics, from computer games to science experiments, from one-to-one discussions to organ concerts.
Our mission is to provide an engaging and informative experience for viewers from all backgrounds.
Philip M Russell Ltd is a leading provider of science education videos for people of all ages. Our videos focus on the exciting and captivating aspects of science, making it engaging and enjoyable for everyone.
We offer a wide range of educational videos that cover GCSE and A-level exams for most exam boards. Our practicals and lessons provide a comprehensive understanding of various topics, making learning accessible and fun.With hundreds of videos available on our YouTube channel , we make it easy for you to access our content from anywhere in the world.
Our videos are well-produced and informative, providing an immersive learning experience.
Our team consists of highly qualified professionals who are passionate about science and education. They bring their expertise to each video, ensuring that the content is accurate and engaging.
At Philip M Russell Ltd, we believe that learning should be enjoyable, and our videos are designed to make science accessible and fun for everyone. Our goal is to inspire the next generation of scientists and encourage a love of learning.
We also offer "Making Better Video" courses that teach users new techniques like animation, lighting scenes, and foley to create better video content.
Additionally, we write and produce a weekly video and podcast on the environment called "Going Green." Our mission is to provide insight on current environmental topics to the public and raise awareness of our responsibility to care for our one and only world. This is available on our YouTube channel and where you get your Podcasts from.
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Sunday dawns with light rain, murky conditions, and no wind, so we won't be going sailing today. We could manage with the rain, but no wind is a real problem - maybe next week.
Tight in amongst the cameras playing the Wersi, with the ATEM on one side and the computer keyboard on the other, a Genos behind me, the Church organ to my right and cameras all around.
Finding the best lens for portrait photography is no easy task since great portraits can be taken with most lenses, but a medium zoom lens seems to give the most flattering results and with an open aperture a shallow depth of field.
For the times when you can't use a drone, there is pole cam. You don't need a special photograph pole. We adapted a Wolf-tools extending pole with rock-steady results.
Some R&D development work on a boat hull for learning to sail with Philip. Designing a model boat that can simulate a real boat in the wind and water and show the forces.
Teaching optics online meant sitting in the dark so the students could see the ray diagrams produced by the @pascoscientific light source and some lenses.
Using a multiway @Benro_UK tripod to get really close up to an image. With a good macro lens, you can get a good image, but you always need a way of supporting the lens and camera closeup to the subject.
I'm off to get some drone footage, but before that, it's time to charge the batteries and handset.
Quite a busy day online and in the office, starting with a Podcast and video in one studio, then an online organ lesson in another then lessons in the classroom followed by online lessons in the third studio.
Wersi organ was set up as a theatre organ for the first part of a session, then changed to a church organ at the press of a button, then again into a Hammond-style organ, and then to a full orchestra. There are not many organs that have such versatility.
Several years ago, a student came into my lesson late at the University, giggled a bit and then pointed out to his colleague that whilst I was lecturing, I had yet to notice the LED board I was pointing to was switched off. He then removed his Polaroid glasses and found that the screen was on.