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Tips Before You Start Filming Your Corporate Video
Great videos come out great because of some upfront planning. Before you start filming your company video, you should take some time to nail down a proper production plan. The pre-production period helps flush out problems ahead of time and prevents roadblocks during the filming process. When working with a good video production company, they will help you through this process, but there are still things to think about ahead of time.
Published on Tuesday, September 3, 2019 10:00 AM
Solidify the Sale: Tips for Creating Stunning Real Estate Video
There are two audiences for your real estate videos, Buyers - people looking to purchase a new home, and Sellers - people looking for an agent to potentially sell their home. There is a very wide range of production cost and complexity to create stunning real estate video, but you need to ensure that you are marketing to both audiences. The best video will in combination sell a home for the most money, and attract future clients who will pay the best premium fees to you.
Published on Monday, January 4, 2016 11:09 AM
A Blueprint for Company Culture Videos - Being Strategic about Team Video
Arguably, video is the best medium for both value and vision alignment based on its ability to persuade, inform, convey emotion, and provide visual delight.
Published on Monday, January 13, 2020 10:00 AM
Revolution Productions: Creating Video Marketing for Clients Around the World
LexisNexis is the world’s largest and most comprehensive electronic database for legal and public-record related information. An estimated 60,000 organisations within the UK currently use its services. So when Revolution Productions realized their client, LexisNexis needed video to strengthen their marketing strategy, they went straight to work doing just that.
Published on Friday, February 22, 2013 2:31 PM
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
Motorcar Parts of America Revs Up Video Production with Quantum and CatDV
MPA decided to upgrade its production and editing systems and looked to integrator Sunset Studios for help. The integrator specializes in planning for and setting up production facilities that meet clients’ media workflow requirements. Working with Sunset Studios, MPA created a complete, modernized studio that includes four-camera recording in a two-bay garage facility supported by a high-performance data sharing and archiving storage capability.
Published on Monday, December 10, 2018 10:00 AM
Cinematographer Lidia Nikonova Shoots The Weeknd's "Call Out My Name" Video
Currently, Lidia is one of the few creatives pioneering an industry-wide shift to vertical content, as we’ve seen with Spotify Video and the launch of Instagram TV (IGTV). With The Weeknd’s Call Out My Name Spotify music video, Lidia produced one of the first vertical anamorphic videos, which allowed her to increase the field of view while retaining all the textural qualities of the vintage anamorphic glass — the flare, the breathing and the oval bokeh.
Published on Monday, August 27, 2018 10:00 AM
Film the Food Right: Using Video Production for the Culinary Industry
The culinary industry is one everyone takes part in – even if they’re in the dining room instead of the kitchen. Everyone appreciates good food, and this means food-related companies are in high demand. Restaurants, catering organizations, specialty food stores, and even the mom-n-pop grocery store plays a role in keeping stomachs full.
Published on Friday, September 21, 2018 10:00 AM
Mastering the new reality of virtual events
Pre-COVID my company specialized in designing and executing corporate events – from visual concepts, video, motion graphics and animation to presentation design to speaker training and support– for events from 5 to 50,000 attendees. Clearly all that has changed. These days we’re helping our clients pivot to virtual events. One thing we’ve learned, it’s not as simple as turning on a camera and live streaming the event. If you want an effective and compelling event, one that will engage your audiences, you need to rethink the format, delivery and content.
Published on Thursday, September 10, 2020 10:00 AM
Top 10 Fastest-Growing Cities for Corporate Video Production
Over the course of the past several years, we’ve seen a number of reports about how the entertainment industry - and filmmaking in particular - has moved beyond L.A. and NYC for a myriad of reasons, ranging from tax incentives to weather to scenery and available crew. Cities such as Atlanta, Chicago, Miami and Denver are just a few that have attracted productions beyond California and New York.
Published on Tuesday, July 26, 2016 11:37 AM
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