Ready to discuss your project with us? Here’s a glimpse of how we’ll go about working on your video production project.
We can meet and discuss all your ideas for your videos and plan out a strategy to satisfy your needs. Here are some things to think about:
Who will be in your video?
An on-camera spokesperson can be a very effective way to promote your business. Especially if they work there. Customers will watch the video and then recognize them when they engage your business.
We can also provide actors to either be on-camera or record voice-over. This will be extra cost though.
What will the spokesperson say on-camera?
We will write out a script using our years of creative experience. But we also need your ideas.
It helps to write down what you want to say in your videos. This gives you an opportunity to think about the structure and your message.
Is there a new product or service you want to discuss?
Write out quick bullet points of ideas that you want to talk about. It doesn’t need to be perfect. We’ll polish it later.
Where will we shoot the video?
On-site: Shooting at your place of business is very effective promotion. Customers will see where and how you work, making them more comfortable doing business with you.
We can also shoot in our studio using green screen technology. Extra cost may apply.
Shooting will take place on your terms. We do not want to interrupt your business. We are available nights and weekends.
We will arrive at the scheduled shoot time and start setting up lights and camera. Our videographers are very personable and will help you through the entire process.
We will record the on-camera person first, and then shoot secondary shots around the business to use in the video. We may ask for employees to “recreate” a scene, talking to a customer or doing work around the location.
Most shoots last 1-2 hours if everything is planned out beforehand.
Editing will take place immediately following the shoot and a rough draft of the video will be sent within a week.
You will be given (1) round of changes. Just send a comprehensive list of edits, using the time code in each video, e.g., (2:05 – 3:02 = show exterior of business). Additional rounds of changes will have some extra cost.