How to Get the Most Out of a Convention Shoot

October 6th, 2015 by

Here in fabulous Las Vegas, Nevada, one of the busiest and best times of the year for those of us behind the camera is the Trade Show/Convention season. It’s the […]

The Lost Art of Location Safety

June 24th, 2015 by

Shoot Day Priority One: Set Safety As in real estate, video production these days is all about location, location, location. In my experience, studio shoots are the exception to the […]

Distributing Safety Videos to Employees

June 9th, 2015 by

4,405 fatal work injuries were recorded in the United States in 2013 and 112 worker fatalities. “Businesses spend about $170 billion a year in workplace injuries and illnesses.” According to […]

NAB 2015 Wrap-Up: What We Learned at This Year’s Show

May 27th, 2015 by

Tools for Workflow and Organization NAB 2015 has come and gone without too much hype of a new cutting edge technology or gimmick to gossip about. Perhaps it is an […]

What Lens Works Best Prime or Zoom?

March 12th, 2015 by

With today’s myriad of choices for cameras, formats and lenses, it can be mind boggling to choose the right lens to achieve your desired look. As a Production Coordinator you have to be familiar with all aspects of video production. When it comes to lenses here are a few pointers that might help coordinate the right gear for your video shoot.

Why Shoot 4K Today?

March 12th, 2015 by

Many believe that 4K image capture is just that, a fad. I for one do not agree with that viewpoint. I’ve shot 5K resolution for about 3 years now and recently have moved into 6K production as well. Personally I’ve seen the benefits of ‘over-sampling’ even when editing in a HD environment. Our clients are now seeing the benefits too, and requests are on the rise for 4K image capture.

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