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.
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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.
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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.
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!
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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.
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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.
As competition for visitors becomes increasingly fierce online, optimizing your website for search engines is more important than ever. Most internet users never get past the first page of search results, so if your site doesn’t show up there, your traffic will suffer.
To reach the top of the search engine results page, your site needs to offer regular, fresh content. One good way to keep a stream of new content is by including video clips on your site. This will show the search engines that your site is active, and if your blog is interesting, it will naturally bring in more traffic.
Photographic images and video files on your server can present an opportunity to increase in the rankings, so be sure that you’re always saving files with keywords. For example: If you have an image on your site dealing with weight loss, like a before-and-after photo, make sure you include a relevant keyword in the title when you save the image.
Post videos of your products on the various video sites across the web. These video channels can open up your product or service to a whole new world of potential buyers who may never have visited your site on their own. Plus, these video channels tend to make it easy for a viewer to pass a link to a friend, essentially increasing you market reach with no more effort on your part.
Providing transcripts for any media content on your site will make it more accessible and make it visible to search engines. Transcripts can be read by search engines whereas verbal or audio media cannot. If a search engine can read your content, it is more likely to include it in its listings.
Determine your video length. If you have a lot of content it may help to break it up into a few videos. It makes it easier for the audience to digest and find the information they’re looking for. Attention spans are short and we rarely recommend a video longer than 5 minutes. You may want to try to cram in as much content as possible, but it’s best to be brief.
Your video production style can mean a lot of different things. Be careful to think of tone, pace, emotion, and other factors that will affect how your message and company will be perceived.
It can be easier than you think to boost your web site’s visibility by optimizing it with various and multiple video productions for the major search engines. Just apply the techniques you’ve learned in this article, and soon your traffic will increase.
A video clip featuring the owner of the business is a great way to put a face to the name of your business. It doesn’t have to be an official interview, but it should clearly communicate why your business matters. Feature an interview with the owner of your business, where she or he explains what makes the company unique.
Video is particularly effective at showing the interactivity of products and services, especially if there’s more than meets the eye. When people can’t physically touch the goods, video can be a powerful tool to demonstrate how the products work. Showcase the unique personality of the owner and the business with their interaction with the company’s products or services.
When patients speak to a doctor or another medical professional, they see a person who genuinely cares about their well-being. That personal touch is often missing from medical practice websites. It is even worse when looking at the sites of medical equipment and device companies. Medical video production offers a great way to bring the personal touch back.
We create videos to bring new patients to their practices. Most people will not pick a doctor from the phone directory. They want to know a bit about the physician before they even call and set an appointment. One way patients investigate doctors today is by visiting the medical practice’s website.
Physicians can use medical video productions to tell their personal story. Why did they become a doctor? What brought them to their specialty? Why did they choose to practice in their current city or region? Patients love to know personal information about their physicians. It builds trust and makes the patient more likely to choose that physician. We also create medical video productions to give a tour of the offices or facility. People like to know something about a place before they visit it.
We also create videos for procedures, medical products and other health related services. Videos are great for showcasing a procedure performed at the office or by the doctors in the practice. For example, many eye doctors perform sight corrective procedures. Video is perfect for showing how the procedure works and to capture patient testimonials.
Try to forget you’re reading, and let your natural personality come through. It can be difficult to force yourself to feel natural, but that very skill is important. When you relax and connect with your audience through the camera lens, they’ll have no idea you’re reading from a teleprompter. That’s the difference between good and great.
Look at the camera, not the words
The best part of a teleprompter is that it lets you look directly into the camera. Make sure you do just that. Look at the camera lens, not at the words just beyond it. It’s a small distinction.
Control the pace
The operator should match your pace, not the other way around. Don’t get so caught up trying to read all the words as fast as they come on screen that you go too fast. Deliver the material at a pace that’s comfortable and they’ll follow.
Practice, practice, practice
There is no substitute for practice. The more time you spend reading from a teleprompter, the easier it will be. It’s never easy the first time, but practice, makes perfect!