We take great pride in the production skills of our video plant tours. To achieve the highest throughput, we make sure that everything in our video production of your plant is where it should be, when it should be there. We video tape with normal ground methods and we shoot an aerial drone to get those other vantage spots not readily seen on a normal plant video tour.
When you watch the video, pay attention to the way we utilize our camera angles and editing. You won’t see anything out of place in our quality production. We’d enjoy showing you more plant tours we have done these past few months.
Robert Haller, St Louis Film Producer
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.
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.
Film Production in Saint Louis.
Robert Haller, St Louis Film Producer
Professional video and film production for your product, services or organization.
Find the Unusual Point of View
No one knows your products better than you. However, nothing is better than a video shoot to bring out special features of your product that may surprise even you. We always look and create unusual angles, some can be close ups, but always we look for unique points of view. Accentuate particular angles. Have fun! You never know what angle will end up revealing the most impressive or attractive tale, so test different options. We help tell your story with the digital video images we capture.
St Louis Film and Video Production Services, Rob Haller, St Louis Video Producer and Photographer, 314-892-1233. email@example.comSaint Louis, Missouri, USA
From concept to completion, we have the capabilities in-house for every film production imaginable. We will provide scripting pre production and production supervision to ensure your project stays on-time and remains within budget.
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Years of work in the film and television industry allows us to bring our professional knowledge to every client, no matter the size or scope of the production. We work with broadcasters, advertising agencies and directly with types of businesses large and small.