When photography meets interactivity.

Alongside photofilms, where you are guided through the story by the storyteller themselves, interactivity is another exciting way to tell photo stories. The National Film Board of Canada is doing some sterling work in......

For your viewing pleasure: The Big Caption.

As you've probably read over the last week, we're big fans of photo-blogs like the New York Times' Lens blog, which showcase some of the best photography from around the world each......

Good news for audio editors with Macs….

For some time, Apple's computers have dominated the creative industry's workspace; their reliability, fast processing speed and ownership of some of the industry standard software (Final Cut Pro in particular) makes them the must-have......

The Vanishing Mind: another piece of awesome from the New York Times.

If you're serious about making good multimedia you should really make it your business to spend 15 minutes on the New York Times' website every morning. And the Washington Post too for......

Why you should give yourself a project.

One of the hardest things about working for yourself as a journalist or producer is keeping in the habit of finding, researching and producing stories. At first, you're not as exposed to them as much......

Intimate audio.

Have you checked out the daily blog Someone Once Told Me? It's a collection of photographs where the subjects are holding up a phrase someone once told them, that has somehow affected their......

Multimedia’s ‘open mic’ night.

When Duckrabbit gave a mention to Carousel SlideSlam, Foto8's new evening for photographers and multimedia producers, the warning was it: "could either be utterly sublime or......

Duckrabbit’s stateside cameo (not)!.

They say breaking the US market is one of the hardest things to do...well Duckrabbit may have done it without even trying, landing a spot on Prime Time US TV! (OK, well sort of). Yes,......

Bombay Flying Club’s Streetlights: a last for Flash?.

Multimedia producers the Bombay Flying Club have just published their latest piece, shot in Ethiopia. At 11 minutes, Streetlight is a little on the long side for most armchair viewers, and the Flying......

Drawing the dead (audio slideshow).

It's not often the BBC's small audio slideshow team really nail it on the head, but they've put together something special today. Portraits of the Fallen tells the story of a Vietnam veteran who......

An illuminated view of climate change in Bangladesh.

Yesterday in London I decided to get wonderfully lost. I had some hours to kill and so I started walking along the river not really caring where I ended up. Where I ended up was......

Sometimes it takes just one picture….

...to show you the importance of stepping back, and slowing down. ...and sometimes we don't even need a human being to take it. ADAM WESTBROOK...

Black Saturday: the Aussies get involved.

With the majority of multimedia journalism projects emerging from the US and Europe, it's great to see a slick piece come from Australia. It arrives in the form of Black Saturday produced by broadcaster......

Behind the Veil.

This week long mini series by the Globe and Mail is causing quite the stir among multimedia journalists this week. Tracy Boyer's eagle eye spotted it on the weekend, and it's......

“Hidden Hunger”.

Tracy Boyer's Innovative Interactivity blog has been the place to go for seeing the latest most exciting pieces of visual storytelling for some time. Tracy's......

In England.

A chance trip......