Archive for Filming

The Differences between Novice and Expert Video

$2,500 for a professional, complete video is an incredible deal. But, we know sometimes your marketing budget won’t allow even that. Sometimes you just need to communicate something in its most raw form. And no matter what it is, if it’s worth communicating, we think it’s worth communicating well. If you just don’t have a […]

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Pros and Cons of HD video on a DSLR camera

With the rise of many amazing VDSLR (Video Digital Single Lens Reflex) cameras (such as the Canon 7D or the Nikon D3S) coming to the prosumer market, the use of HD DSLR video is increasing.  The ability for DSLR cameras to shoot HD video has been around for some time, but I’ve found there are […]

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Project Hope Behind the Scenes

Our goal: To create a video that would inspire runners and sponsors to participate in the upcoming 42 mile, 5 person team race for Project Hope.  We were excited to do this for many reasons–especially getting to be a part of something that would benefit children with autism.  The Hope Relay is actually designed to […]

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Correcting optical aberration and geometric distortion on the Panasonic HVX200

Optical aberration. Geometric distortion. “What?” you ask. I’ll explain. On the Project Hope Relay shoot, I wanted a really wide shot from across the lake with the runner in the distance. It’s a beautiful scene and I wanted the Furman bell tower on the right side of the frame and the lake as the lower […]

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Video for the Department of Homeland Security

We were privileged to work with Shafer & Huguley Marketing to create this video for the Department of Homeland Security.  The full run time is about 11 minutes and explains what DMO-ADA (Distributed Mission Operations-Air Defense Artillery) encompasses.  Sorry we can’t show you the whole thing (unless you show us your security clearance), but take […]

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