As I'm sure you know, I'm running the Sheffield Half Marathon on 29th March 2020. I wanted to raise some money for The Partially Sighted Society and push myself in the process.
So I decided to run the Yorkshire 10 Mile to try and test the water to see if I could run further than I have been doing. Here is the result.
I'm running a half marathon to raise money for The Partially Sighted Society.
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Sight loss is obviously a topic close to my heart. It can happen to anybody and at any time. I’ve seen how hard it can be living with sight loss and it can be very difficult to come to terms with.
There are about 2 million people living in the UK with sight loss, around 360,000 of these are registered as blind or partially sighted. All of these have different conditions which effects the way each person sees in different ways.
About The Partially Sighted Society
The Partially Sighted Society are a national charity based in Doncaster who help anybody living with sight loss. Their aim is to help visually impaired people make the best use of their remaining vision by providing information, advice, training, magnifiers and electronic low vision aids and clear print material.
This is a video from the outdoor performance that took place in front of Cast theatre in Doncaster on Friday 13th September 2019.
The performance saw giant puppets walk through the streets of Doncaster.
A cinematic montage of the dragon boat races held at Doncaster Lakeside on 13th July 2019.
Peter is living with sight loss. This video tells his story, from losing sight to regaining independence and all the obstacles and challenges along the way.
He had a tumour in one eye and has a retinal detachment in the other, which means that he can see very little.
In this video Peter talks openly about the challenges that come with sight loss and how the disability has changed his life. He talks about how he has adapted to life with low vision and how there are many misconceptions about being partially sighted.
To see more about visual impairment awareness, click here.
Video from the start of Stage One of the Tour De Yorkshire. The race set off from Doncaster town centre outside the new wool market and corn exchange, then finished off in Selby.
Here is a video from a short walk around the ponds at Cusworth Hall in Doncaster.
Filmed on Easter Sunday on the Sony RX100IV.
A cinematic montage filmed at Lakeside in Doncaster. I had a day off work and it was a beautiful day so I decided to go for a walk around the lake with my new Sony A6400 with the 18-135mm lens.
The purpose of this video was to set myself a little challenge. I had one camera, one lens and gave myself one hour to film something. I had planned to film a short video at Lakeside at some point soon, but I thought this might challenge me to see what I could create with with minimal equipment and a short amount of time. Have a look at what I came up with below.
Doncaster Rovers asked us to make a video to promote sales of their silver memberships. This is the result. Keep an eye out for a few familiar faces from the Rovers team.
This video was produced for Doncaster Rovers and was featured in their monthly show, Inside Rovers. Take a look behind the scenes look at what goes on within the media at the FA Cup 5th round tie between Doncaster Rovers and Crystal Palace.
To film this video we had access all areas, so we filmed on the main gantry with all the TV cameras, took a look inside the outside broadcast trucks at the gallery and we even got to go on the set of the BBC Sport studio.
A short cinematic montage taken on a walk down to Sprotbrough Falls on a cold and frosty morning, and halfway through it decided to start snowing! Bad for my already cold fingers, great for the shots. Take a look.
This video was filmed on the Sony RX100 IV, with one or two shots from the Panasonic Lumix TZ90.
A bright sunny day meant a walk down to Sprotbrough falls. I kept on walking until I got to Consibrough viaduct. You would have thought on a day like this I would have thought to take a camera, but no, so these shots were taken on my iPhone 7. I thought I'd try something a little different with the edits this time, so as they were taken on my phone I decided to edit them on my phone with a cheap app. I'm quite pleased with the results.
Photos from a very cold day at the British Touring Car Championship held at Donington Park.
Here are some of the best photos from my trip to Chester Zoo. It was a sunny day which always helps get some great shots. My favourite from the day has to be the one of the flamingos running into the water.
A quick recap of some of the tricks and effects that Greg has performed for Neagle Media.
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