I have shot our first inhouse corporate video and the faces are way overexposed. There is not enough detail in the image to color correct it properly, plus with the amount of videos we need to produce in such a short period of time, I'd like to minimize the amount of color correction we have to do in post. So, how should I be lighting the subjects to avoid overexposed faces? I have 4 lights, and can put up to a max of 500 watt bulbs on two of them, and a max of 150 watts on the other 2.
Hi folks. I often have to produce promotional videos that helps to promote the organization I am working with. We are a non-profit missions organization. We have works all around the world. The work I do is to try to put together videos that help other people to know what we have been doing, to update them or to encourage them to join us.
Does any body else works in this type of production?
I am new in making promotional videos and hardly find material on how to make this videos on the internet. I mean, styles, ideas, what to do and not to do, things like that.
Well Pro Juice Series One is going to air on the ABC's online network, iView. We're stoked to be on board with Australia's national free-to-air broadcaster and I'm sure you will too. iView provides free streaming of the series with excellent encode quality.
Pro Juice is a 6x26min presenter driven TV series about music, video and new media for guerrilla producers and those who dabble.
The first episode goes live on Tuesday March 29th and episodes will be broadcast weekly.
To go the iView website click here- http://www.abc.net.au/iview
Here's a really good audio discussion from the 'Terrance and Phillip Show' Podcast. (no southpark relation and no fart jokes) T&P discuss the topic of how the quality level offered by trained film & video professionals is becoming unnecessary because of lower expectations of 'quality' in digital media these days. From film to Mpeg4 and from Vinyl LP's to MP3's and more what is determined as a quality product has changed considerably.
You've got plenty on your mind this next few weeks, but it's not too early to start making plans for your video business operations and marketing strategy for 2011. As soon as you read this, and if you feel ANY inspiration at all, pick up your iPad, laptop or other computer, open your Circus Ponies or other planning software, or grab a pencil and a tablet and start your outline.
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The moment you have an idea for a new video project, you'll want to know what budget you're going to need and how you're going to get the ball rolling.
I've just put up a little online production planner - a little web ap designed to allow you to do just that in about 5 minutes - wherever you are.
Just add your title and deadline and you can start roughing out costs for elements of the production.
I've been doing video production gigs here and there, working as a sole proprietor under just my name, and I've been thinking of forming a single-member LLC instead, so that I can take out business loans, have limited liability, etc.
I also produce music (which I'd like to publish online soon), do audiovisual work for events, and design graphics for T-shirts and other items, all as a sole proprietor under my own name.
Is it possible or advisable to form a single LLC that would include all of these services?
Two days left for a great ground floor opportunity for folks just getting started in a video production business. See E.C. Come, E.C. Go to find out what you need to know.