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Archive for June, 2013

st louis video production | st louis video | creative video development

Allow us to tell your story!  Stories have the power to galvanize an organization around defined business objectives.  They can create action with authority.  We have been focused on great storytelling since 1982.  We’re passionate about telling stories — your stories! We do it through videos, DVDs, commercials, print collateral, Web sites and streaming video all from St. Louis, Missouri.  St Louis Video Production is your creative partner in telling your story in video, print and on the web.  You’re in great company when you work with us.

Some of our clients include St Louis hospitals, advertising agencies, tourism, higher education, financial institutions, government agencies and manufacturers of all types.

314-892-1233
Robert Haller, St Louis Video Producer
St Louis Video Production
stlouisvideoproduction@gmail.com

st louis video production | make-up artists | production studios

Our creative video team provides complete St. Louis video production, videotaping, video editing and post production services. We can videotape your video at our video production studio or at your location.

We plan, adapt and experiment until we achieve the best possible creative production. We are skilled at using all digital video formats HD, DV, Beta SP and we use the latest video, graphics, animation, video editing and production software and equipment available. Our audio and video services are constantly evolving with the changes in video data technology. For video production companies in St Louis, Missouri St Louis Video Production is simply the right creative choice.

We want you to look your very Best!
Makeup
Use makeup sparingly, unless you’re told otherwise by your Director.
If you have a makeup artist on your shoot you will be fine. If not, the director will most likely add some powder to your face to reduce the shine or glare from the lights, when you arrive at the studio or video/film location. Especially on the nose, forehead, and bald spots.

Be sure to use powder that closely matches your color of skin. Be careful with rouge because it will stand out on video or film.
Keep all other make-up simple. Avoid make-up which contains glitter, or is frosted. Your director will advise you as to what looks best.

For men, try to shave as closely as possible before going on camera. If you’re scheduled to appear late in the day, and have a heavy beard, you might consider a shave. High def shows it all!
Do not get a haircut within a week of appearing on camera. Normally keep your hair away from your face and out of your eyes. Be aware that some hairpiece colors may appear different on camera. If you will be wearing one, talk to your director beforehand.

Of course for hand models and close-ups of your hands, get yourself a manicure! Men and Women.

314-892-1233
Robert Haller, St Louis Video Producer
St Louis Video Production
stlouisvideoproduction@gmail.com

st louis music video production | video companies | production studios

How much does a music video cost to make?

Every song needs a different creative approach, every artist and genre needs a different image and visual treatment.

We start by gathering basic information, we have the artist meet in our studio to discuss every aspect of the production, taking into account the best approach to sell their talents and the song. The more information and feed back we get from the artist, the more accurate we can budget for the production of a music video.

There are always ways to cut corners here and there and the best producer is the one that saves on every aspect of the Music Video Production process while getting the results the talent is looking for.

music video production |  location scouting for Phillip Phillips

music video production | location scouting for Phillip Phillips

Think about and focus on a novel interpretation of the music and lyrics, as well as cinematography, location and editing that wraps all together in visual harmony.

Music Video Packages can start around $3000. and includes one filming location that we will professionally light, shoot and edit. And this is only a starting budget, as there can be many other variables. Do we have to hire talents? Do you need a crowd? Do you need a make-up artist? Do we need a Green Screen? All of these budget items put together, will give us an idea on how to budget for your Music Video!

We are always doing our best to keep production costs low and simultaneously get the results that you artistically desire. There are many ways to make a good music video with a good song and a talented artist.

314-892-1233
Robert Haller, St Louis Video Producer
St Louis Video Production
stlouisvideoproduction@gmail.com

st louis video production | video service | video for business

Complete video production services in St Louis.

At St Louis Video Production, we can write it, build it, plan it, scout it, cast it, shoot it, videotape it, edit it and duplicate it.

No matter what your video production need, from corporate marketing and training videos to broadcast commercials and even original web programming, we have the right creative production team of and all the latest professional equipment and technical support to make your next video project a success.

For a new customer request of five video productions in St Louis, our camera operator needed to scout and film some eight different locations pertaining to the environment.  Shown here is Mike Haller, videographer, filming on location in south county St Louis.  Other shooting locations included Ozora, Missouri.

st louis video production and location scout environmental locations

st louis video production and location scout environmental locations

314-892-1233

Robert Haller, St Louis Video Producer

St Louis Video Production

stlouisvideoproduction@gmail.com

st louis video production | video production for business | video makeup

We want you to look your very best on camera!

Makeup

Use makeup sparingly, unless you’re told otherwise by your Producer/Director.

If you have a makeup artist on your shoot you will be fine.  If not, the director or camera operator will most likely add some powder to your face to reduce the shine or glare from the lights.  Especially on the nose, forehead, and bald spots.

Be sure to use powder that closely matches your color of skin and careful with rouge because it will stand out on video.

Keep all other make-up very simple. Avoid make-up which contains glitter, or is frosted.  Before your video production talk with your producer and director, they will advise you as to what looks best for your particular shoot.

 

314-892-1233

Robert Haller, St Louis Video Producer

St Louis Video Production

stlouisvideoproduction@gmail.com

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