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Vincent’s Brain

Royal Academy of Engineering storytelling workshop

  When we brought together twenty Biomedical engineers from Kings College London to Facebooks head offices for a storytelling work-shop I was expecting them to use their brains but I wasn’t expecting their brains to be stuck onto a window with blue-tac!   I should explain. My name is Clive Booth, and for want of Read More…

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From concept to print: One of the first studio shoots in the World with the Canon EOS R

Article from Canon Pro Network September 2018. Written by David Clarke: When the UK’s Birmingham Royal Ballet wanted to publicise its new programme, Fire & Fury, it needed to sum up its production in one powerful, memorable image. “You have to hook the production around one picture, so it becomes synonymous with that production,” explains Read More…

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Sea Fever

'I must go down to the seas again'. Winter shoot with Islay RNLI

I first came to Islay in 1994, shooting a film about sailing and whisky – two things that I found are best left well apart. The story involved filming what was then an RNLI Thames class lifeboat and I stood on the deck of our tiny yacht mesmerised as this majestic boat sped towards us Read More…

Canon Europes first ever HDR film

Producing 'McCullin in Kolkata' in HDR with Canon’s DP-V2420 4K reference display

From Canon Pro Network December 2017: Photographer, filmmaker and Canon Ambassador Clive Booth has notched up many achievements during his partnership with Canon. However, his most recent project – using the EOS C300 Mark II to film the legendary photographer Sir Don McCullin on a trip to India – saw him venture into high dynamic Read More…