Posts Tagged ‘high definition television production’

Broadcast Video Shoot for ESPN

Sunday, April 14th, 2013

San Diego video production company Sloan Productions provides services to ESPN for Outside the Lines (OTL), for a feature story on Junior Seau. In the photo, Producer Dave Lubbers is seen holding an iPad used as a teleprompter, while DP Bob Sloan shoots with a Panasonic Varicam while sliding the camera on a Dana Dolly. […]

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Gillette “Sweat for Greatness”

Tuesday, October 25th, 2011

In October 2011, Turner Sports called on us to shoot Steve Wampler’s feature video for Gillette’s “Sweat for Greatness” competition on Sports Illustrated.com. Steve and two others are vying for votes as the most worthy “ordinary person who achieved extraordinary things.” Steve has Cerebral Palsy and lacks the use of his legs, and his achievement was climbing El […]

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Readycomm – Johnson & Johnson Webcast

Friday, July 15th, 2011

ReadyComm from Dallas TX brought us onboard to produce a live webcast for their client Johnson & Johnson.  ReadyComm’s Garvin Hassell worked with Jeff Landie on all the logistics, including how to best light the room and capture sound from a live panel and audience members, as well as reinforce audio to the live audience.  […]

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WCG Cardiohelp

Friday, July 15th, 2011

January 2011, New York marketing and PR firm WCG chose us to field produce their video shoot for their client Maquet’s product CARDIOHELP, which is the world’s smallest and lightest life support system for cardiac support and respiratory assistance.  WCG’s Director Scott Schindler worked with DP Bob Sloan to capture the dramatic footage of the […]

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Breathe LA Fashion Show Promo

Saturday, May 14th, 2011

                      In April we produced a video for the Breathe LA organization of Los Angeles.  Shot with two Panasonic Varicams and edited back at Sloan Productions in San Diego on our high definition non-linear edit system by Bob Sloan.  Photographers were Jeff Landie and Jim […]

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Intersport – Surfer’s Healing

Tuesday, November 16th, 2010

Director of Photography, Bob Sloan shoots while Lauren Salituro of Intersport conducts an interview with Danielle Paskowitz of Surfers Healing, A Foundation for Autism.  Lauren’s feature will air in the CBS Program “Courage in Sports”.  Intersport is a long time client of Sloan Productions, relying on us for their many varied projects from commercials and […]

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Surf Dog Surf-A-Thon 2010

Sunday, September 12th, 2010

Photo Credit: Bob Sloan Sloan Productions crew spent the day in the sun at Del Mar dog beach in San Diego, shooting the 5th Annual Helen Woodward Animal Center Surf Dog Surf-A-Thon. In this photo,  ESPN producer Matt Rissmiller, producing a feature segment for ESPN’s weekly magazine show E:60, interviews Doug Hokstad and his english bulldog named […]

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High Definition Field Production for Discovery Channel

Thursday, April 15th, 2010

Powderhouse Productions calls on San Diego’s Professional Camera Crew Services Company Sloan Productions to shoot a feature for the third season of Animal Planet’s, Cats 101.  Employing the Panasonic Varicam HD format, and a Sony HVR Z1U to capture additional B-roll, Producer Portland Helmich directed the story of Fizzgirl, a Munchkin breed of cat vying […]

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Phil Mickelson, Master at Commercials

Thursday, April 15th, 2010

Working with celebrity talent requires careful planning and execution as time is a premium and must be used efficiently.  Longtime Sloan Productions client CBS Sports, shoots a commercial for Callaway Golf, to be included in the Super Bowl XLIV pre-game show.  The spot was directed by CBS Producer Sellers Shy, and coordinated by CBS Production […]

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On Assignment – ESPN Sunday NFL Countdown with Michael Strahan

Tuesday, April 6th, 2010

On any given day Sloan Productions provides professional video production crew services to independent producers, corporations and networks such as ESPN. This is a typical setup for what we call “on-camera interviews”. For this production, we are preparing former NFL star Michael Strahan to be interviewed via speakerphone by ESPN producer Korey Kozak. Photo Credit: […]

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ESPN Bullcam

Tuesday, April 6th, 2010

These are my favorite assignments, innovate a way to make it work. On this assignment for ESPN‘s E:60 program, the producer asked for a dynamic shot of a bull charging the camera in High Definition. Combining research, technology, and innovation Bob used an Iconix HD-RH1 camera with a 2.2mm lens mounted in a custom camera […]

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Camera Perspective

Tuesday, April 6th, 2010

The ability to get the camera and operator into elevated perspectives adds a tremendous amount of production value and can be achieved in many simple ways, from simply bringing a ladder on location to renting construction equipment as in this case. For this production of “The Harvest“, produced by Bob Cording of San Diego, cameraman […]

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Corporate Video Production

Tuesday, April 6th, 2010

To produce effective corporate video it’s important to understand all facets of a company or organization; it’s products, clients, business model, strengths & weaknesses, and most importantly it’s mission. By understanding a client company in depth, it is then possible to craft each project from an accurate and supportive perspective.

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Mickelson

Tuesday, April 6th, 2010

For the opening to a Sports Illustrated Sportsman of the Year television special, renowned golfer Phil Mickelson addresses the camera. For this shot we used a Sony F-900 High Definition Camcorder mounted on a 25 foot jib arm for long time client Intersport of Chicago. www.intersport.com www.sportsillustrated.cnn.com www.philmickelson.com www.intersportnet.com

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Distilling the Corporate Message

Tuesday, April 6th, 2010

One of the elements we enjoy about working with our corporate clients is the opportunity it gives us to learn about their industries. We serve major accounts to the fullest by drilling down into their company until we have a core understanding of what is at the true heart of their company and it’s processes.

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