Everyone has a vision, and it's our job to help you get yours out there in front of the masses. The question that always comes up:
"What is the best way to do it?"
Sometimes you need one camera to capture one lecture to stream on your website. Sometimes it might be a couple of cameras to capture the interaction between speaker and audience. Then there are live concerts that require multiple cameras to capture all of the action.
But it doesn't end there. Scripted re-enactments or dramatizations (essentially short films) are possible, as are staged performances designed to specifically be shot on-camera.
Here we have put up some examples of our products. Hopefully they will spark some ideas. And if you don't see exactly the feel you're looking for, give us a shout. We live for a challenge.
This clip was produced for UC Fire Science courses in conjunction with ERIN (Emergency Responders In Need). It is a dramatization of a firefighter who is having substance abuse problems.
This is the opening sequence where the problem is defined, and in subsequent videos our hero learns that substance abuse does not have to mean the end of his career. There is help, if he is willing to work hard for it.
This was shot entirely with DSLR cameras and prime lenses to get a very 'feature film' look.
This is a clip from "The Cardiac Dance" - a collaboration with CCM-Dance, DAAP, E-Media, and outside vendors.
It was shot in HD and the final program was printed to Blu-Ray disc. We used special HD cameras, a 40' camera crane and worked closely with the theatric staff to ensure the end result felt as though you were sitting there in the theater.