Posts Tagged ‘Downtown San Diego video production company’

YMCA Healthy Family Home

Wednesday, October 15th, 2008

YMCA’s across the country are promoting their Healthy Family Home program.  New client Richmarc Productions and their client Eli Lilly shoot segments and interviews for the promotion.  DP Bob Sloan employed the  Sony F-900 high definition camcorder fitted with a Fujinon extreme wide angle zoom lens during this day of production for director Greg Perry  

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Animal Planet, Dogs 101

Tuesday, October 14th, 2008

For the Animal Planet program Dogs 101, Powderhouse Productions of Cambridge Massachusetts came to San Diego to shoot a segment about “Murphy the Surfing Dog”.  Director of Photography, Bob Sloan shot the feature in high definition using Sloan’s Panasonic Varicam package and lenses.  The shoot consisted of interviews and B-roll and was produced by Tom […]

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Corporate Interview Shoot Tips – Clothing

Wednesday, October 8th, 2008

Colors • Avoid the color white if possible. • Bright pastels, especially yellow should also be avoided if possible. • Black is not optimal, but better than white. Mid to dark tones are better. BEST – deeper cool solids that contrast skin color: blues, greens, purples. Coat and Tie- A medium blue shirt is vastly […]

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Corporate Interview Shoot Tips – Locations

Wednesday, October 8th, 2008

An optimal room size is  25’ x 40’, and empty.  Not that smaller quarters can’t be worked with, it’ just easier for all with a larger room. In hotels, conference rooms work better than guest rooms without a the large conference table in the middle. Large suites are much more workable than a single room.  […]

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ESPN E:60 Bionics

Thursday, April 24th, 2008

          For ESPN’s critcally acclaimed program E:60 we shoot specifically for slow motion effects using the Panasonic Varicam’s ability to shoot at 60 frames per second. In this photo, Olympic hopeful, and amputee Jeff Skiba clears the bar for our camera for a story called “Bionics”.

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Microsoft Guitar Hero 3

Tuesday, October 23rd, 2007

Somebody’s got to do it! In the push to publicize Microsoft’s Guitar Hero 3 video game for the Christmas season we covered a cross country duel between Carmen Electra in Los Angeles and Tony Romo in Dallas for Kenny Mayne’s Mayne Event. Produced by Tom McCollum.

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