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How Video Cameras Have Changed Over the Years. Part One.

In the beginning, around the early 1970s, video cameras were basic, black and white hand-held devices that recorded onto cumbersome reel-to-reel videotape. Resolution was terrible. But early adopters found uses for technology that allowed instant playback while bypassing expensive, time-consuming film developing. Colleges,...

60 Minutes Interview With Donald Trump

60 Minutes Interview With Donald Trump
On Friday November 11, three days after the presidential election, Boston Video Crew’s Tom Fahey was in New York City working on a 60 Minutes four-camera interview of president elect Donald Trump with correspondent Lesley Stahl. The shoot’s logistics were staggering. Gaining access to the 66th floor of Trump Tower, where the interview would take place,...

PK and Me

PK and Me
  My wife tells me I don’t smile enough when having my picture taken. That’s me, standing next to former Montreal Canadiens defenseman, PK Subban. I’m obviously happy about something. It’s midnight on a cold January evening in 2015. Temperature is about 10 degrees. Fahrenheit. CBS had called me several weeks earlier asking if I was available...

Roberto’s Story

Roberto’s Story
Sometimes an acquaintance will graciously ask me a question about my work: “what’s one of the most interesting stories you’ve ever shot?” A couple of pieces come quickly to mind. One was a segment I photographed for ABC News’ 20/20 in 1998 in the Dominican Republic about a young man, Roberto Amo, who was born...