When it comes to editing video, there is unlimited ways to approach it. With unlimited options, it is vital to develop a process that works for you. Overtime, that process will evolve and improve, but if you don’t create it in the first place, you don’t have a foundation to build upon.
A few years ago the Naples Children and Education Foundation asked their beneficiaries to submit videos shot with their cell phones to be played at an event. In order to assist them with their shooting, NCEF asked us to create a short video tutorial on the "dos and don'ts" of shooting video with a cell phone.
One of our most rewarding experiences as a video production company has been working with Blue Zones Project of Southwest Florida. Blue Zones project is a group of community leaders focused on making Southwest Florida live longer, better lives.
Video services, which were once considered a luxury item reserved for only the biggest and most successful businesses and organizations, has now become a necessity in the increasingly competitive age of digital marketing.
Imagine if you could eat a single meal made up of dishes served by over 30 restaurants from one of America's top foodie destinations. Well, you can and we DID... after we were done shooting video of the event of course.
My first paid job as a producer was for a wedding. I was paid $300 in exchange for a 40-minute video. At the time of this blog, a Google search reveals that Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides officially holds the record with a budget of 378.5 million, which if you do the math comes out to $2,762,773.72 per finished minute.
Music is energy and energy fuels a story. Whether that energy is soft and soothing or quick and action packed, music can always be that final component that you need in order to take your piece to the next level.
I’ve had several people ask me over the past several months what I think the 5 most important production challenges are in any video project. There are actually many more than 5