Monthly Archives: September 2011

Tips from the Editor

Tweet Skillful editors can transform raw video footage into a visual masterpiece. They can enhance everything from your audio, to the coloring of your image and even change the background. Our clients are always amazed at exactly what our lead … Continue reading

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Adding Motion to Your Video

Tweet There’s a six-minute rule when it comes to video production. Every six minutes, something exciting or different has to happen in order to keep the audience engaged. Six minutes is a considerable amount of time in video production. In … Continue reading

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The Importance of Sound Checks

Tweet A good camera operator will do more than one sound check before filming starts. Unfortunately, most people speak both louder and clearer during their sound checks than they will during filming. During a sound check, talk as you normally … Continue reading

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Where to Look

Tweet When filming a single person, our clients always ask us where they should be looking. Since the subject is the main focus in the video, it’s important that their message is conveyed in the most appropriate tone. While there … Continue reading

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The Importance of Lighting

Tweet Proper lighting is key to quality filming and nothing looks worse than a poorly lit individual. No matter how exciting your subject matter is, or how interesting of an interviewee you have, poor lighting will distract your audience from … Continue reading

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What to Wear on Camera

Tweet One of the most frequently asked questions we get from our clients revolves around what they should wear on camera. Whether you’re filming an interview, speech or news story, what you are wearing will effect your audiences’ perception of … Continue reading

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Tips From the Camera Operator

Tweet When it comes to filming any production, an experienced camera operator can be your best friend. They know what looks good on camera and how to shoot video in an exciting way. There are a few key components needed … Continue reading

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Sharing Videos on Facebook

Tweet Facebook is all about sharing. Sharing with your friends, so they can share with their friends and so on. With over 750 million users on Facebook (and the average user connects to 80 community pages, groups and events),¬†Facebook is … Continue reading

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How to Use Twitter Hashtags to Get Your Videos Noticed

Tweet When you think of Twitter, most people assume that it’s just a social media site, but it’s actually more than that. Twitter is a huge search engine that users are constantly updating and changing. When you can begin to … Continue reading

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Tweeting Your Videos

Tweet YouTube is a great place to host your videos and social media sites, like Twitter and Facebook, are the places to distribute your videos. So now that you’ve created a company YouTube channel and uploaded your video marketing material, … Continue reading

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