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 O’donnell. See the video below.
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 promos to programming for their network shows.
It still amazes me with how much stuff it takes to make good television. Wide shot of one of our setups for The Golf Fitness Academy by Titleist. If you start taking things away however, quality suffers.
Cost effective production is facilitated by detailed notes and logs that are passed on to the editor. Jeff Landie marks individual and keeper takes during on location interviews for one of Sloan Productions corporate services clients.
As the number of additional cameras goes up in production so does the complexity. For multi-camera television and video production in San Diego and elsewhere, we have proven to our clients we have the experience to execute in a cost effective manner. Sloan productions specializes in multi-camera camcorder production.
No, this isn’t West Coast Choppers. If you look closely you’ll see that we are actually filming in a chemistry lab. The challenge for this shoot was to; 1-Get permission to grind, weld, & operate a chainsaw in one of our client’s labs, 2-Not set off smoke alarms and needing to evacuate an entire building, and 3-Return the lab to it’s original condition.
The video project was a parody called “Pimp My Drug“.
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.
Chromakey or “Green Screen” photography allows placing our subjects into backgrounds that would be too difficult or costly to accomplish. In this production of an awards video for Pfizer La Jolla, we placed the scientists in the roles of Apollo 13″.