Posts Tagged ‘professional television services’

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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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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Motion Capture with Dustin Pedroia

Friday, April 2nd, 2010

Shooting a “motion capture” session with Red Sox player Dustin Pedroia, Director of Photography Jeff Landie leads a Sloan production crew. San Diego is home to several video game producers all of whom employ motion capture to create more realistic game titles. In this photo, Pedroia wears a suit with markers near each joint to […]

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Getting it Right the First Time

Friday, April 2nd, 2010

Sometimes we only get one chance at a shot and must predict what will happen and how to shoot it. During filming of a Video News Release for a local shopping mall a motorcyclist rides through a (simulated), plate of glass. Bob is to the left of the scene and has also set up a […]

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The Golf Fitness Academy by Titleist

Tuesday, January 22nd, 2008

Multi-Camera Camcorder production is a production style that we excel at. We shot our fifth season of  The Golf Fitness Academy sponsored by Titleist converting their facilities in Carlsbad into a television studio. Working with Golf Channel producer Jen Maule and Andy Ebert, we shot ten half hour programs using four Betacam SP Camcorders.

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ESPN E:60 Bullcam

Sunday, September 9th, 2007

ESPN needed to capture a full High Definition shot of a bull charging the camera for their new show E:60 and we love a challenge. Bob designed and built a custom mount to protect the camera and facilitate the shot. We used an Iconix miniature HD camera fitted with an extreme wide-angle lens and recorded on […]

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