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St Louis Video Production | Location Video Production and Studio Editing


It is often believed that filming “on location” takes place in the actual location in which its story is set, but that is not always the case. Most videos do both filming on location and studio shoots. Lower budget videos usually do more location shooting than bigger budget videos due to the cost of shooting at a place that already exists is cheaper than building one from scratch. We often shoot on location and at the studio to get all the required images needed for a production.

St Louis Video Production crew setting up equipment for location shooting.

St Louis Video Production crew setting up equipment for location shooting.

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

Video Production St Louis | Location Production

The American Farmer prepares his field as the new day begins!

The American Farmer prepares his field as the new day begins!

Many ad agencies can come up with an idea for a video, but we understand the technical side of video production. And most video production companies can produce a video, but don’t come up with the creative concepts. At St Louis Video Production, we can do both. We understand how to maximize this communications medium from all directions and merge them into a captivating and powerful message. We work for advertising agencies and client alike.

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

Create a unique marketing video

Persuasive scripts that really win hearts & minds come from studying your marketplace, your competitors, while clearly identifying your unique difference.

We document and project manage thoroughly.

It’s the only way to be certain no one gets confused, or misses out a key element, deadline or detail.

Filming on 1080 HD, we complement your shoot with:

-A battery of high quality lenses, for example, a soft focus background, or an extra wide angle to make your buildings look more impressive or a wide angle for small spaces.

Professional HDTV production

Professional HDTV production

Our post production suites offer complete control of time, color, effects and sound.

This is how we create a unique marketing video style for you.

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

St Louis Video Production | Process Videos

Sometimes your process is a big part of your unique selling proposition. Perhaps you go to great extremes to make your process easy for your clients. A process video can be used before and after the sale. Seeing your process video lets your prospects know exactly what to expect. So if they like and appreciate your process, they’re more likely to purchase. The video can also be of use after the sell, helping to ease the cognitive dissonance stress your clients may have during the process.

Our diverse St Louis team comes from many backgrounds to collaborate & make ideas come to life. We have a wide range of creative expertise that we apply to the visions of our clients. We tell meaningful, thoughtful stories, whether it’s cinematic, personal, or all business. We love what we do and focus on organization, creativity, & efficiency.

Process videos for corporate and manufacturing communications

Process videos for corporate and manufacturing communications

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

St Louis Video Production | Editing It All Together

St louis Video Production can create some rather remarkable videos for you.

St louis Video Production can create some rather remarkable videos for you.

There is a feeling to cinema, and when drawing people into that world, you must capture that feeling. Challenge yourself. Watch movies that fit the genre you are going for and compare your movie side-by-side. Don’t use any excuses. Yes, the blockbuster films may have a lot more money, but the audience doesn’t want to hear that your piece looks amateur because it doesn’t have a big enough budget. All they know is that it doesn’t look like a movie. With the right composition, colors, lighting, camera settings, FX, color grading, music and sound, you can achieve that cinematic look.

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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.

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

Helpful Ideas To Inspire Your Video Marketing Efforts

Nowadays, people use the Internet for all kinds of transactions. Because of this, businesses should be aware of how to reach more customers via the Internet. Online video marketing is a great way to promote your business.

Your titles are very important. Make sure your titles are relevant and interesting to draw viewers in. Your title will also give them an idea of what to expect from your video. Make up catchy and creative names for each of your videos.

Making a video is just part of the battle. Additionally, you must do a great deal of promoting. You’ll get more clickthroughs with good marketing techniques. You can produce great content, but you also have to make sure targeted customers see your content.

Put together some credits for your videos. You should give a title to your videos, list the names of the people who appear in your videos or who helped you and of course give some details about the products featured in the videos. Make sure you add a link to your main site and encourage viewers to visit it for more information.

Do not avoid video marketing because you are shy. If it is hard for you to talk in front of a camera, do as many takes as you need and edit your video. Ask a friend or a colleague to help you by demonstrating products with you or interviewing you.

When using video marketing to increase your website traffic, you have to remember who you are talking to. Your audience is crucial. You need to target your videos to a specific audience, and you will notice that they will become more engaged, interested, and more likely to make your video marketing a success.

Camera, lens, lenshood.

Video Production on Location

The content you use needs to be interesting. Your video should catch people’s attention. Putting it up on YouTube may get you more views, but your popularity will decline quickly if your video isn’t interesting. Folks like engaging content that contains solid information. You can continually increase your traffic by always providing interesting videos.

Never, never, never try to sell your viewers something in your video. Instead, offer your visitors something worthwhile such as a demonstration of how to do something or how to use a product. By offering relevant information, your visitors are more apt to visit your website, which could in turn result in a sale.

Product reviews help visitors learn about different products. This type of video is the least used video marketing tool. Do not only concentrate on your products, but also include reviews about products that complement your products. For example, if your business specializes in shampoo, do several product reviews on hair styling products.

Camera operator with modern professional equipment working during film shooting

Professional video camera operators with many years of experience.

If you plan to begin a video marketing campaign, put some time into designing a YouTube channel for your business. This will make your videos easy to find, and if a viewer enjoys the first video, they will have multiple others right at their fingertips. This organized, clustered way of presenting your videos will help to draw more viewers, and thus more customers.

Videos can be a successful marketing tool. Marketing your business through videos is a smart way to reach millions of potential customers.

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Mike Haller

St Louis Video Producer

St Louis, Missouri, USA  | Video Production

stlouisvideoproduction@gmail.com

MMM Manufacturing | St Louis Video Production | Target your audience

For corporate video, first define your audience!

Targeted video marketing in saint louis, missouri

Targeted video marketing in saint louis, missouri

Marketing is about positioning and communicating your unique value proposition to a very specific audience. Your product or service won’t appeal to everyone. That’s good!  In fact it probably won’t appeal to that many people at all. You have to ensure that you craft a message that is tailored to the specific concerns of your very well defined audience.

That sounds risky because if you narrow the focus of your message you have to leave some information out. That’s ok, the only thing riskier than that is leaving everything in.  Here are some unique initial video shots for Missouri Manufacturing to be used in a series of new segmented marketing videos.

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Mike Haller

St Louis Video Producer

St Louis, Missouri, USA  | Video Production

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.

 

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Robert Haller, St Louis Video Producer

St Louis Video Production

stlouisvideoproduction@gmail.com

St Louis full service video production company.

The skill of video storytelling is an intuitive blend of artistry and technical know-how. As a full service video production company, St Louis Video Production offers an extensive range of video production services from script to screen. Our clients appreciate both our expertise and our passion for bringing stories of businesses and products to life.

St Louis Video Production Studio

St Louis Video Production Studio

Some of our services include: corporate videos, promo videos, testimonial videos, training videos, product demos, commercials, event video, documentaries, short films, DVD authoring, closed/open captioning, video editing, motion graphics, aerial cinematography, jib, teleprompter, grip truck, 3D animation, video content marketing packages.

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Robert Haller, St Louis Video Producer
St Louis Video Production
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.

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

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