Our Director of Photography and First Assistant Cameraman prep a REDEpic with a 35 mm prime lens for our next setup. With over 20 crew members on set, this was a full-service creative production for …Read More →
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Here we are shooting a new project on the streets of downtown Los Angeles for an awesome repeat client. Reading left to right: focus puller/first assistant camera, slateboy/production assistant, talent/actress/actor, unpaid extra, steadycam …Read More →
Shooting at the Samsung Experience in the Time Warner Building in Manhattan. We demoed Samsung’s latest HD television.Read More →
Here we are shooting a trauma scene with two “wounded” soldiers. Shooting with a full cast and crew in Canyon Country in Los Angeles. Reading left to right: Medic, DIT, Medic, Production Designer, Inside …Read More →
One of our many clients is featuring our work on their home page. We worked with Visa to produce the “Visa Commerce Network” video highlighted below:
And here’s the video!:
In an effort to support ABC.com‘s ever gowing audience, we helped this division of the ABC network craft a sizzle video for their upfront advertising sales campaign in Manhattan. Live action …Read More →
Working in Los Angeles at a mixing studio with a new client. Finaling our sound design, audio fx, audio mix, music edit, voice over track and EQ. The last step of an awesome project. Oh, …Read More →
Two continents – Asia and North America; three countries – India, Canada, and the United States; two states – California and Texas; ten shoot days; twelve interviews; eight edits; lots of airline mileage.
Blackmagic Design appears to be living up to the hype with the ongoing evolution of the URSA. While the company is notorious for dramatic product launches at N.A.B. in Las Vegas (now just weeks away; …Read More →
Video producers continue to push the boundaries of what’s possible creatively using “simple” technologies to produce complex results.
The producers of “Modern Family” reported to CNET that they shot an upcoming episode of the …Read More →
Why Expend Time and Money Producing Video Content ->
Susan Weinschenk, a UI/UX behavioral psychologist, writes that we rely on a specific area of our brain to tell us to read faces and then to …Read More →
Video cameras are evolving as quickly as any other technology out there. We explore the pros and cons of two of the latest hot cameras.
The first we are recommending is the Blackmagic URSA.
The good …Read More →
Our Director of Photography double checks focus as the Gaffer and Key Grip adjust the lighting and bounce. The boom mic is set. And we’re almost ready for action on this product demo. …Read More →
Here’s a frame from the opening of a recruitment video for Occidental Petroleum Corporation. Shot in Los Angeles, posted in the San Francisco Bay Area.
To capture the frame that …Read More →
Shooting again for HP in Sunnyvale, California with our awesome crew as they manage a 3-camera setup. You can see in the right foreground our video village with three monitors being fed by three 4K …Read More →
Capitola Media, in conjunction with a partner of ours in New York City, Penny Bridge, shot this week at Twitter’s headquarters in downtown San Francisco for the press announcement that Twitter and IBM would …Read More →