More From France!

Our Dan has been filming everything and anything in 360˚ whilst following Wales at Euro 2016. From Wales fans singing in the streets to an update half way up the Eiffel Tower, from the Welsh national anthem to grown men crying – he’s captured the feelings of those Welsh fans who have made the journey to France....

UEFA Euro 2016

Our Dan is over in France at UEFA Euro 2016 filming with our 360˚ camera! He’s been one of the Wales fans in amongst the crowds singing, drinking, having fun with the locals and supporting his country – filming it all to make an innovative 360˚ documentary from a fan’s point of view. Dan is uploading regular videos to one of our project pages on Facebook – When Pele Broke Our Hearts. Follow his story on social media. Dan is also providing 360˚ content for Wales Online’s Facebook page as well as fan updates for Heart Wales and Capital FM news. Over the weeks after the tournament Dan will be working on the edit and creating a 25 minute documentary from his footage – making sure to provide an engaging and immersive delivery method following a great story of Wales fans in...

360˚ Video!

Here at Focus Shift Films we have just taken delivery of our new 360˚ camera – the Samsung Gear VR 360˚. This compact, but powerful camera is one of the best on the market and now offers more efficient workflows with high quality output – meaning that we can provide 360˚ services at a much better rate and with quicker turnaround than is offered by content creators using the Go Pro set up. You can not only preview your shot on the Samsung Galaxy S7 before you hit record, but can also adjust ISO, exposure, white balance and then view during the filming. You can then watch not he S7 during recording and it’ll stitch the footage right away so you can watch it back as you intend to use and know that you have the shot in the can before you move on – all of this isn’t possible with the Go Pro rig! We will have test videos and content going out over the next few days – so keep checking back to see what we’ve been up...