To capture the attention, business, and loyalty of your website’s visitors, it’s important to consistently create engaging videos that inspire the viewers to feel something. The most successful businesses are marketing their brand by creating video content that is both high in quantity and quality. By regularly posting short videos to your website and social media outlets, it’s possible to create a loyal (and referring) audience. While exploring the number of video production companies available to help you create this 21st century content, it’s important to know how to spot incompetent video production companies. Here are some common characteristics of incompetent video production companies:
Video Shoots With A New Perspective
This isn't your first video shoot by any means. You've been around the block more times than you care to count and yet you still find ways to keep your work fresh and exciting. You know what you want and when you want it. Your Public Relations Company has put a lot of faith in you and you do what it takes to justify it.
Your looking for a fresh look for your productions. The best way to find these new looks is by turning things around and moving away from the well-traveled path. New eyes bring new thoughts and ideas. A new perspective is what you want.
Hiring a video production crew to film your company’s next convention is a great way to showcase the many facets and people of your company. While accounting might frown on paying for a video production crew at the same time that your company is paying to host a convention, the cost of filming your company’s event is a small price to pay for the benefits your company will receive. Here’s why hiring a video production crew to be at your next company convention is a smart investment.
Choosing the right cast and crew for your upcoming video production may not seem like a science, but there are key elements to keep in mind so the end product is successful. Talented people are desirable for both cast and crew, but remember—you'll be spending long hours with these folks, so you also want to hire basically easygoing, positive individuals who have a good work ethic.
Everyone knows that Phoenix is hot, but did you know that it's also the best place for safe flying weather in the country? There's a very good reason why you can find so many flight schools around the Phoenix metro area. Student pilots from all around the world gather here to enjoy the nearly endless number of clear and bright days with beautifully sunny visibility.
Topics: Corporate Video Production, Music Video Production, motion picture production, company video production, Director of Photography, Video Pre Production, Video Production Phoenix, Camera Packages, video production services
Over the past few decades, advertising agencies have expanded into new media as part of the packages they offer to clients. At one time, businesses were happy to be promoted through traditional media such as television, radio, print and outdoor billboards. But in the new century the internet has provided cost savings while online video has opened the door to more creative and personal advertising that is now being taken seriously by businesses of all industries.
Finding a suitable location in which to shoot your production doesn't have to be difficult—all you need is an area that has a wide variety of video-related resources and skilled professionals who know what they are doing. Arizona has the proper resources needed to create excellent-quality video. Here are five ways in which the "valley of the sun" excels at being an assett to the video production community at large.
Topics: Corporate Video Production, Music Video Production, motion picture production, company video production, Video Pre Production, Video Production Phoenix, Post Production, video production services
Video marketing offers a way to connect with potential customers. It is one of the most effective forms of marketing. YouTube is the world's second largest search engine and generates more than 4 billion views per day. With those numbers, every small business should be looking for a way to incorporate video into their marketing strategies. The challenge often lies in budgetary constraints. Most small businesses lack the in-house staff to put together polished video productions, but with the right post production, professional videos don't have to blow the marketing budget.
Every year the video and film production community gather at the biggest nerd event that shan't be named (NAB) to gawk at all of the cool new gear that is being unveiled by all of the top brands catering to the industry. Just like every year, there's a healthy amount of competition trying to get it right for their consumers. Some fall short and others take off like the speed of light, but most have something to offer to all crowds.
It's exciting to see how quickly these companies are turning around new cameras with the improvements that DOP's and Camera Operators are asking for. It almost seems like there's too much to choose from… almost that is.
More and more we are seeing technology get better and more unified while the price point gets cheaper. Right now there's a hot spot between $15,000 and $30,000 that companies are looking to aim for. Don't you worry you $10,000-and-below range people, there are plenty of bones being thrown your way this year.
Let's face it, the Canon C300 kicked ass for awhile, but it's slowly fading off into the sunset. I am a huge fan of Canon… Sony, Arri, RED, Panasonic, Vision Research, Black Magic, you name it so don't get it mixed up, this is not a biased discussion.
Having an affinity with all cameras, it's my humble opinion that each one has their place and application. People have different tastes, styles, needs, budgets and it's all relative. It's nice to see so much competition for once, even though it may be getting a little ridiculous. That being said, some cameras definitely perform better than others thanks to their design internally/externally and the consideration their creators have for the DOP's in the preliminary stage of a camera's production.
Okay, so back to the C300… That camera was going out like hot cakes! But it was destined to meet a competitor that would blow it out of the water. Why, might you ask? Because of it's flaws.
Canon C300 Mark II
Topics: Video Equipment Testing, Corporate Video Production, Music Video Production, Video Production Equipment, motion picture production, Camera crew, company video production, Director of Photography