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Educational

Use of video for your business website

Having a website is second nature for a business, it’s the face of your company and the way that thousands of people learn about your online presence. So how are you going to stand out from the crowd? The landing page is one of the most important pages you want to pay more attention to, it’s the first impression that will make your visitor stay or click away. You want your message to come across as Read more…

Tips

Tips to help you get ready for a video shoot

Preparing for a video shoot might feel overwhelming and a bit scary. The following simple tips can help your video shoot be a success: 1.- Write and prepare a script: Write about the specific topic you want to showcase in the video. You are the   business owner and the person who knows your business and your products/services the best. Once you put the idea in paper, it’s easier to polish and edit. After editing, read Read more…

Campaign

See Something Say Something – Safety Transit Campaign

We were commissioned by the VancouverTransit Police to make a video to promote safety in the public transit in the lower mainland. We had a crew of around 30 people including amateur actors, transit police officers and a photographer. Production and post-production by our Senior Video Producer Ross J Harvey.  These videos were part of a city wide campaign shown on public transit locations and transit police offices. Short version Long version    

Educational

Respect Your Audience promotional video

Our video this week is called “Respect your Audience” Have you ever found yourself surfing the webs for hours? Well that’s me , and I’ve noticed a few interesting facts about my own behaviour while watching a video on the web. When I read an interesting tag line or intro to a video, I usually click to watch and stay tuned for up to 3 minutes, only if the video catches my attention in the Read more…