Video Production from the Eye of a Director Location, Location, Location. Location has a lot to do with the quality of your creative content. It’s much more than a place on a map or a group of strategically placed buildings. It reinforces the emotions, messaging, and authenticity of a
How To Stand Out in the New Age of Video Marketing It’s no secret that video is changing the marketing landscape. With the rise of social media and a cultural shift away from traditional media formats, selling has changed too. In fact, consumers don’t like being sold to at all.
Background: AthloTech is a smart soccer system that conveniently provides measurable data to help players improve their game and compete against others around the world, without a private coach. The product is currently in development and the company needs a startup video that helps explain their product clearly to potential
Amazing Studios is hiring for a Director! Are you the one? If you are a creative genius who is a star at collaborative brainstorming, can lead innovative creative concepts to completion, and is experienced in film, editing and video production then you might be the next great addition to our
After three weeks on the road, five cities, and fourteen different companies, we delivered twenty-eight finished videos to Square 1 Bank. But let’s start at the beginning to see how early planning and clear objectives in pre-production helped to drive the success of this project. PROBLEM Square 1 Bank was
Short films are a great, low-cost way to start making movies and show off your talents. It’s a tried and true art form that many hopeful producers use as a launchpad to bigger budgets and box-office hits. But over the years I’ve noticed several pitfalls that can ruin a short
Amazing Studios received several industry awards at the 2016 Triangle Adfed American Advertising Awards, which took place on Thursday, Feb. 18th, in the Cotton Room in Durham NC. Amazing Studios was awarded 4 Silver Addy’s and 3 Bronze Addy’s.
We did it! That was the mantra around the studio when we got the final sign off from Campbell University that their project was done. Though some of us (Cliff I’m looking at you) had bleary eyes from late nights, we had never been more proud. It had been almost