Posts Tagged ‘san diego video help’

Pre-production Meeting

Monday, April 5th, 2010

Pre-production planning sets the stage for cost efficiency and successful projects. During this location scout for a Terminix corporate shoot, the Sloan Productions team combine efficiencies for scheduling, lighting, props and set dressing, amongst many others. www.terminix.com

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Multi-Camera Camcorder Production

Friday, April 2nd, 2010

During taping of The Golf Fitness Academy by Titleist, hosts Greg Rose and Dave Phillips discuss golf exercise with a guest. Sloan Productions has shot five seasons of GFA with four Betacam SP camcorders & transforming Titleist’s Carlsbad, CA gym into a television studio.

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Redrock Micro’s M2 Encore

Wednesday, January 13th, 2010

I’ve been using the Redrock Micro M2 Encore imaging system with a Sony Z1U HDV camera for some of our clients and am very impressed with it.  It has minimal light loss, about a third of a stop.  We have made it a standard offering with our HD crews in San Diego and Los Angeles..  We use […]

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Website Video Production

Saturday, October 10th, 2009

One of the routine services we accomplish for our clients is producing video clips for their websites.  In this photo, Kimber Mahon, delivers a client’s message. Sloan Productions has a great deal of experience in producing web video content.  “We have been producing video way before the internet as we know it ever existed”, according […]

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Elements of a Video Production

Tuesday, September 8th, 2009

Every successful production is a result of the execution of each, or a variation thereof, of these elements. Their impact on cost is only a matter of degree. Pre-Production & Preparation This initial & critical phase consists of all initial meetings with you, the client, leading up to field production & editing. We utilize a […]

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DVD Playability

Monday, July 20th, 2009

DVD playability issues predominately stem from dirt, dust, smudges, or foreign matter on the bottom side, (non label), of the DVD. Upon inspection if you find this to be true, clean the disk with water and some dish soap. Do this repeatedly until it is shiny and clean again. Use a soft cotton cloth or […]

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