Zerb, the biannual joumal of The Guild of Television Cameramen (GTC), is unique among industry magazines. It is edited and written by cameramen for cameramen, with each issue edited by a different member of the GTC. This ensures that the magazine’s stories and reviews are 'from the cameraman's point of view' and always topical, objective and of interest to working cameramen, as well as those simply fascinated by camerawork and photography. Each issue features a mix of location reports, professional advice for cameramen, technical explanations, interviews, as well as reviews and road tests of new camera and lighting equipment. As you would expect in a magazine for cameramen the look of the magazine is a priority and it features great photographs and design.
The Guild of Television Cameramen is an independent non-profit-making organisation that cares about television camerawork and the people who make it their craft. The GTC has over 1,000 members in the UK, Europe and around the World. Our members work in television across all genres from documentary and drama, news and current affairs, sports and light entertainment, to corporate video. GTC membership is open to anyone employed in single or multi-camera television operations or in any associated occupation. Please visit: www.gtc.org.uk for more details.
There are only two issues of the magazine per year. Prices for the subscriptions are £6.99 for 1 year subscription (2 issues).