5 blog posts found matching keyword search for: Event Videographer in Waterbury
The Difference Between Hiring a Video Production Company and Hiring a Freelancer
In its simplest sense, a freelancer or freelance videographer is usually an individual who is hired to perform a specific task such as recording with a camera. A video production company provides their own equipment, planning, supervision, customer interface, the actual recording, editing and anything else the client might need to successfully complete their project.
Published on Wednesday, December 4, 2019 10:00 AM
Say "I Do" to these Pro Wedding Videography Tips
With wedding season upon us, knowing the basics of shooting a successful cinematic wedding is a must have on any production pro's registry. Learn some quick tips on your way to the chapel that might help you catch the perfect shot, right alongside the bouquet or garder!
Published on Monday, June 16, 2014 2:48 PM
The Freelancers Guide to Making Money in a Competitive Market
Everyone today has a smart phone and simple access to upload their videos to websites and social media channels. But skilled video professionals with higher end equipment still reign supreme when it comes to quality. And with the growing need for live video, there are more opportunities and money on the table.
Published on Sunday, September 17, 2017 10:51 AM
How Much Does a 30 Second Video Cost?
I can not tell you how many times I’m asked that question either casually with friends or more often from prospective clients and my answer is usually a very tongue and check, “Well, you can probably find somebody on Craig’s List for about $300 or you can go to an ad agency, staff A-List talent and make a Super Bowl Ad for $20,000,000. Right now you are coming in somewhere in that range.” I'm seeing clients demands for video increasing but they don't always understand what they are purchasing as a creative buyer.
Published on Wednesday, July 26, 2017 10:00 AM
Sports Production Goes All In: Next Level Technologies Drive the Viewer Experience
We have to start with the Super Bowl. Every year millions of viewers gather in living rooms and man caves all over America and the world to soak in the spectacle that has become one of the most-viewed sporting events of the year. Think about it. Two weeks of pure hype leading up to Super Bowl Sunday. Five Million Dollars for a thirty-second spot. Countless hours of pre-game analysis and breakdown of almost every aspect of what is to come. A whirlwind symphony of production personnel by the hundreds and new technology with one goal. That one goal is to make the viewer experience unforgettable.
Published on Monday, February 6, 2017 12:27 PM
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