We take pride in designing video solutions that are cost-effective and make the most of any budget, high or low end. In this article I outline some of the more common risk points in a video production and show the flip side – how involving a production company at an early stage can add value.
Everyone loves a pub quiz, right? Every flavour of crisps in the middle of the table, multiple pencils and a quirky team name. If there was a round on video we would ace it; we’d play our Joker card. If there was a round on video for learning, well, everyone else might as well go home.
How much do you know about video? Try your hand at these and score ten points for each correct answer…
Because we make video for learning, and because we specialise in drama for learning, we thought it would be fun to ask ourselves what we have learned from movies?
How much do you know about film techniques? In this final piece in our three part series on Film Language, Creative Director Tom Hickmore explains that a lot of people think Literal Point of View filming makes a subjective experience on screen more powerful – but is the technique really more immersive or empathic?
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The Director is in charge of the creative elements of the film.
Before filming, they will develop the project from initial brief to the final concept, working with all the crew to plan every aspect, from the script to the way the scene will be lit, to make sure they work and are consistent with this overall vision.
People can often feel uncomfortable when they are being filmed. To make them more at ease, you can use the EyeDirect, which allows you to have a face to face conversation, while looking into the lense of the camera.