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Why Contactless Filmmaking Is Becoming Popular

One of the things I really love about filmmaking is it’s ‘can do’ attitude. Our field has a culture of making a way where there is no way. So even though we still sometimes send a camera crew to capture video on location with Covid-19 safety protocols in place, we’ve […]

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More Thoughts on Covid-19 Videos

This week marks one month of the California Shelter in Place order. During that week, I wrote this article detailing a couple of ways that companies could make videos while keeping each other safe from Coronavirus. A lot can happen in a month, and it seems I wasn’t the only […]

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Creative Video During Coronavirus

I thought it might be helpful to show a couple of different ways to create video content during social isolation and shelter in place directives. Using Smartphone/Streaming Videos In addition to celebrities streaming uplifting live content like music, the entertainment industry wants us to feel supported. Here’s what CBS did […]

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Video Services During Coronavirus

As we all adjust to the new “normal” in the Bay Area and throughout the United States, it got us to thinking how we could help clients as they telecommute more and conference less. We’ve come up with a few services, some new and some old, that we’ll be offering […]

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Should I look at the camera?

It’s a question I get every interview, and it’s a good one. Here are some of the things I think about before answering. When the person talking in the video looks into the camera, it actually translates into them looking directly into the eyes of the audience. This can have […]

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Why 3 little videos are better than 1 big one

Probably one of the most common mistakes we see clients make is when they get attached to that one big video idea. Sometimes it’s that they want to document a big event. Other times it’s because they think that it’s better to pool all their money into one special video […]