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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!
When it comes to traveling long distances, mitigating the stress associated with visually capturing the experience by hiring a commercial video production team is something many people are discovering to be a worthwhile investment. Whether you’re a business owner or manager hosting a retreat or exhibiting at a trade show, or a newlywed couple seeking to capture the precious moments of a romantic honeymoon, bringing along a team of professional photographers or videographers is an essential part of ensuring your focus is right where it needs to be.
MLB, PGA, NFL. What do all three (and more) of these amazing sports organizations have in common? That's simple, the work of Technician Films. Tom Wells of Technician Films in Atlanta tells us how he combats mundane and mediocre television production, with all star, hard-hitting projects, one sporting event at a time.
These days, businesses are dedicating more and more of their marketing budgets to videography. And with good reason – video marketing has proven to be very effective at converting customers and a worthwhile return on investment. But, not every business has the resources to handle their video production in-house. When this is the case, a business can make the decision to outsource their video marketing to a professional video production company.
The practice of outsourcing video production has become very popular. In the past the question of “which company to outsource the data entry processes to” troubled many companies, but as of a few years ago, the same problem can be applied to videos as well. Video production encompasses numerous videography and video editing actions, ranging from capturing moving images and setting up the lighting to reducing the parts and creating combinations of videos.
by Stephan Guarch & Edgar Cohen Aerial photography and videography are nothing new to the production world. But how we achieve those shots certainly has in the last 12 months. Drones have exploded in popularity as a way to get aerial and low altitude footage for videos, for everything from full feature films such as “The Wolf of Wall Street” to the everyday film hobbyist who flies leisurely at the local park. But for anyone who has actually tried to capture this footage there’s quite the learning curve involved when it comes to choosing the right drone and what seems like an infinite amount of accessories and upgrades. This week the team at Experience Above posts a nice overview of the top 3 tips for getting started with drone video production, a handy starters guide.
Don't get wet feet when it comes to high-end wedding cinematography. Stop playing the production field and stick to these wedding video tips and tricks.
Fireworks celebrations are a great time for photography enthusiasts at any level to test out their skills. If you’re a beginner photographer you might have some reservations about trying to capture these brilliant light shows. Rest assured though, as long as you follow these steps you’re guaranteed to get professional-quality photos.
As anyone who’s ever worked on a movie knows, there’s a lot that goes into it. The average person usually has no idea what it takes to create a good film. Filming, acting, and production are just the beginning, of course. Filmmakers need help with financing, producing, promotion, and marketing.
Color is a simple concept for everyone to grasp, even if they don’t understand color engineering or science. Compared to other technical fields-for example, computer security-you can talk about color with lots of people, because everyone can confidently say, ‘that’s red’ or, ‘that’s reddish-orange,’ and can answer questions like ‘What’s your favorite color?’ People are willing to discuss color and color associations even when they don’t know anything technical.