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St Louis video crew for client interview filming and editing

Pre-Production

Our videographers can help you figure out what you need to get your video created.   Be it an event, commercial, presentation, we have worked on a range of productions, and help you quickly plan what you need for your video production.

Production

We can work in studio or on site to get our vision on video and ready for editing.   We offer a full range of services, from a simple video recording, to multiple camera complex lighting set ups.

Post Production

We’ve edited 100s of videos over the years, from television commercials, to presentations, music videos.   From preparation for Theater, to DVD, to youtube for your website, we’ve done it.

st louis video production crews taping a street scene for b-roll.

Our video production crews have years of experience Directing, Producing, Shooting and Editing interviews and multi-cam events.  We have lit, mic’d and shot several hundreds live events, interviews and promotional pieces.

Production work is a partnership. We assist in setting up, blocking, lighting and shooting our projects properly.  Behind the camera, everything fades away. we learned to Show and Tell, very well.  It’s about the entire production timeline.

314-913-5626
Mike Haller, St Louis Video Producer
St Louis Video Production
stlouisvideoproduction@gmail.com

St Louis Video Production – Full Service Video Production and Post

We specialize in corporate, event, promotional, training and other business videos. Our experienced St Louis videographers will work closely with you to take your project from concept to completion.

Our expert video editors appropriately blend information and entertainment, resulting in motivating the viewer to learn something, use your products and services, and generally feel good about your company or organization.

There’s nothing like the dramatic and informative point of view a drone video provides to help you rent or lease your property, or enhance your marketing or event videos. We’re the
St Louis area drone video experts.

314-604-6544
Robert Haller, St Louis Video Producer
St Louis Video Production
stlouisvideoproduction@gmail.com
https://stlouisvideoproduction.com/

St Louis Video Production – Concept Creation and Marketing

As a St Louis, Missouri based video production company, our goal is to help be a part of our client’s success. Our primary mission and passion is to tell our clients’ stories, and to help share their messages. We provide corporate videos for events, web, marketing and training to accomplish the established goals.

We offer professional video production services with high quality craftsmanship in all phases of production, including project development, scripts and storyboards, talent and location scouting, on-location or in studio production. We also provide 3d animation, motion graphics and video marketing strategies.

St Louis Video Production on location.

St Louis Video Production on location.

Our clients come in all sizes. Companies large and small, advertising agencies, independent production companies, non-profit organizations and government.

314-892-1233
Rob Haller
St Louis Video Producer
St Louis, Missouri, USA | Video Production
stlouisvideoproduction@gmail.com

Increase your website traffic with video communications.

There is a lot of potential to build an online presence today, especially with the rising popularity of blogging. A lot of people today are getting into blogging and figuring out that they can use it to do things like making money or promoting their business. There are a lot of things blogging can accomplish.

If you are planning to start up a new website, think carefully about what you want to write about. Don’t just write about what you think others will want to hear. You must write about what you like and what interests you most. By writing what you love, your posts will jump out with exciting, interesting information!

Make sure that you do not have duplicate content. You can check for this by using the robots that are out there. If you do have content that is duplicated, the search engines will probably tag your site for spam, and you will not wind up getting the attention that you are looking for.

Video is a powerful communications tool.

Harness the power of web 3.0. The web isn’t just text anymore, so neither should your website. Use many different types of content to enhance your blog posts. For instance, if you are posting about a trade show in your niche, add a Youtube video of the event so that people can experience it more directly. If you are posting about a new product, include a product demonstration.

Make alternative content. Your website may have much more than just text. Try using multimedia. You can use video content, make podcasts, or just use alternative creative application on your posts, like PDF booklets, mind maps, or templates.

To increase traffic to your website it is a good idea to vary the format of your posts. A page of text doesn’t usually appeal or attract visitors. It’s best to mix things up a bit. Post a video, add some links to other places on the net that will inform and entertain your readers or consider a photo set once in a while. Variety in your presentation will keep your visitors coming back.

314-892-1233
Rob Haller
St Louis Video Producer
St Louis, Missouri, USA | Video Production
stlouisvideoproduction@gmail.com

St Louis Video Production for Windimere Farms Estate

Storytelling will help build your brand. And Video is the single most powerful way to tell your story.

Our filmmakers have spent years honing the craft of business storytelling. Our business is to understand your organization — and make sure the rest of the world understands, likes, and remembers you.

St Louis Video Production - Videographer

St Louis Video Production – Videographer

We work with clients of all sizes and in many locations around the globe. Whether your goal is to persuade, sell, train or inspire, our experience creating web videos, TV commercials and business-to-business videos will bring you and your organization the response you need.

 

Mike Haller
314-892-1233
stlouisvideoproduction@gmail.com

St Louis Video Production | Ground and Aerial Production Footage

A unique and balanced blend of ground and aerial video are wonderfully edited here for the marathon to be held in St Louis.

We shot with the San Diego crew on a beautiful day throughout the city.  We had both a ground team and an aerial team to coordinate seamless editing transitions that really look remarkable in our final video clip.

 

314-892-1233

Robert Haller, St Louis Video Producer

St Louis Video Production

stlouisvideoproduction@gmail.com

St Louis Video Production | Lighting | Physician Introductions

We'll use the right lighting to make your images look great.

We’ll use the right lighting to make your images look great.

Lighting quality refers to a light’s hardness or softness. A hard light is characterized by a sharp, defined shadow edge and a deep, dark shadow. Hard light pulls out the angular features of a face and draws attention to wrinkles and creases. It can make a subject look strong, or weathered, or wicked. Hard lighting can make a subject seem intimidating. Soft lighting has a broad, gradual shadow edge and a faint shadow. It is more flattering on the face. It conceals wrinkles and hides lines in the face, and makes people seem more friendly and approachable. Possibly more trustworthy. The hardness of a lighting instrument can be altered by adjusting the lamp from spot to flood, or by adding diffusion material or a softbox to the front.

Lighting quality remains a true constant whether for video or photography!

Mike Haller
314-892-1233
stlouisvideoproduction@gmail.com

Clean your facility before your video production day.

Do you want your customers to know what you are all about? A professionally produced video is a great way to let them know. It offers you a chance to show your operation in its best light. So make the most of it.  If you are going to lay it out there for the world to see, make sure you get it right. Here are a few ideas how to prepare your facility for video production.

Before a video crew shows up, a basic first step is to clean your plant… or your office area. Clean up any clutter, and remove papers from desks. For most wide shots, less is more… so be ready to move things to an out of the way area for the shoot day.

For outside areas, try to have the landscaping look as good as possible. Again, remove any trash or clutter.

Take test pictures of your selected areas, and then examine them. Seeing things though the lens of camera is a little different than the naked eye. How is the lighting in your facility? How clean or cluttered does it look? Pass these shots along to your production crew. Include exterior photos too, taking note of when the photo was taken, and the direction in which the sun moves.

For interviews or testimonials, consider the use of a makeup artist to present your team at its best.

Take notes about the electricity available in the areas you will be recording. Make sure all available circuits are working.  The less time the crew spends searching for electricity, the more they can spend on capturing video.

Consider buying shirts to make associates look like a team. Not only does it look better on camera, but your employees might appreciate the gift.

Clean up your facility before the camera rolls.

Clean up your facility before the camera rolls.

Schedule taping to make best use of manpower. We can help you work up a schedule to make sure you have the right people available for each scene.

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

How to properly use a teleprompter | St Louis Video Production

Here’s the big problem with the way most people use a teleprompter. Their following the teleprompter. They act like the teleprompter is in charge and that they aren’t in charge. So what happens? All of a sudden people start to sound the same. They talk at the same speed, the same volume, the same tone, and they don’t put pauses in. Can you see how you are about to fall asleep? Now I wasn’t reading from a teleprompter there but that’s how people sound. 

St Louis Professional video camera with teleprompter

St Louis Professional video camera with teleprompter

If you’re going to use a teleprompter, here are the big tips you have to keep in mind. Occasionally you speak louder. Occasionally softer. Sometimes you go a little faster, sometimes you go a little slower. And sometimes you need to pause. Doing those steps will make you sound conversational. You’ve got to do that and then you will be following, not the teleprompter, but the teleprompter will be following you. That’s what you want.

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

St Louis Film Production – The Layover

Planning the next shot, (l-r) Leisa Adkins, Dave Topping, Mike Haller, Rob Haller, William Macy, and David Adkins.

Planning the next shot for The Layover in St Louis, (l-r)
Leisa Adkins, Dave Topping, Mike Haller, Rob Haller, William Macy, David Adkins and Erika Hampson.

We had the honor of shooting with actor and director, William H. Macy on his recent stopover in St Louis for the filming of The Layover.

It was an early crew call at 5am to arrive, setup and work with Balloons over the Rainbow

They tethered a balloon for the actors and the shot with the skyline of St Louis as seen from the Gateway Geyser.

We were also fortunate to work with Canadian cinematographer, Mark Irwin.

The remaining cast and crew was a joy to create with, we truly experienced a great shoot.
Our firm, St Louis Video Production, received a credit on IMBD as well.

Mobile Marketing with Video Clips | St Louis Video Production

Provide instant rewards. With mobile marketing you can give your customers what they want, with no delays. Having a delay can make things lose their value or demand. People will participate in your marketing campaign hoping to get the promised reward. The quicker they get the reward, the happier they will be.

Shorten your URLs, both in text form and for QR codes. The more difficult and lengthy the URL is, the more complex your message or QR code will become. Make these simpler for people to access by using a URL shortening site, and customers will be happier with the end results.

Do your research. Understanding how mobile marketing works is the most important step to take before you get into it. Search for other marketing campaigns, and see which ones worked out well, and which did not. Having this information to back you up can put you on the successful track to marketing well.

Hire a consultant. Not everyone is technologically savvy, so if you are not so inclined, it may be best for you to hire someone to do your dirty work for you. You should look heavily into this person’s background to make sure they are respectful and professional, especially if they will be a permanent member of your team.

Video

With mobile users, text is far more influential than video, so remember that before developing your marketing campaign. Upwards of 88% of all mobile users deal in text messages, but only around 41% of them take the time to watch videos on their mobile devices. This obviously means text should be your bigger area of focus.

QR codes are the latest trend in mobile marketing. You want to put a bar code on your product, and the customer can then scan that with their smart phone. Once that bar code is scanned you can have it set up to link them so a coupon or video, really whatever you want that will bring more interest to your product.

Being aware of what tools are available to you can mean making more customers aware of your business! Understand the tools applicable to your mobile marketing campaign before you begin, to maximize the potential of things like audio, location-awareness and video. Have a solid idea of how to incorporate all of it into your promotions.

Use scannable QR codes to introduce your brand to customers. Link a QR code with a discount or coupon that is only found on the mobile application, product information, short video or another relevant item of value to the user. This is effective at getting customers familiar with your brand.

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

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