Commercial video production provider in 2021? Using television lights will give your videos a crisper look. But good lighting involves more than blasting your subject with as much wattage as you can find. Knowing where to position lights makes all the difference in achieving a natural effect instead of making people look as though they’re about to undergo surgery. Besides a standard 3-light setup—one directly on the subject, plus a backlight and a fill light—experiment to get dramatic effects. Turn out all the lights in a room and use only your equipment to highlight what you want.
And here is our daily trick for photographers: As they say, if you’re on time- you’re late! With event photography, always ensure that you put your professional foot forward. I suggest arriving approximately a half hour early. This should be enough time for parking, unloading equipment, surveying the space once more, and checking in with your client. This applies to client consultation meetings as well. If your first impression is punctuality, you’re off to a good start. Although we are photographers and not guests, that doesn’t mean we get a free pass on doing whatever we want. There are many ways to show your professionalism. One of which is dressing appropriately for the event you are photographing. If you are photographing a wedding, dress nicer for the occasion. This doesn’t mean sacrificing comfort or convenience. But dressing a little bit more formal makes all of the difference.
How about those ancient Betamax or Betacam tapes? Lets go way back to 3/4 Umatic. All of those can be restored, saved and converted into digital files or dvd that you can enjoy today. You can have your 8mm, super 8mm and 16mm film brought back to life for viewing on your computer or television with our film to DVD or film to digital process. There are so many memories held hostage by old technology. What about grandpa’s 35mm slides from his childhood or mom’s first piano recital on 1/4? reel to reel audiotape? If you have tons of old media like film and tapes, and you’re looking to move into the digital age, we provide video transfer services. We’ll convert your videos into digital files on a USB drive, hard drive, or a DVD. Bring your business into the digital age in a shareable 21st century format. Read additional information on https://www.epicmediapro.com/video-transfer/.
Outdated technology won’t connect to the equipment at a modern venue. We are always adapting our array of video production equipment to be compatible anywhere. You’ll get your high-definition AV services without the hassle of using obsolete equipment. See the difference up-to-date equipment makes for your 4K or HD video production. Contact Epic Media Productions today. Clients: Pepsi Bottling Ventures, Spike TV, Procter & Gamble, Seventeen Magazine, Caterpillar, AC Delco, The Style Network, Speed TV, TE Connectivity (TYCO), Miller-Reed Advertising, PINKS (TV Show), Amarr Garage Doors, Sara Lee, Bellsouth, Inmar, Krispy Kreme Doughnuts, Piedmont Aviation, Charter Medical, Womble-Carlyle (WCSR), KOA Specialties, The Fashion Channel, Wake Forest University, Appalachian State, Salem College, Texas Christian University, Cal Ripken Sr. Foundation, Novant Health, United Guaranty, Champion Industries, Medical Dynamics (PR).
Once you are happy with the light being given off by your key lighting source, you can add lighting to your background to add character to the video. By combining a strong light mixed with barn doors and gels, you can create nearly any type of feel you want behind your subject. Looking for a soft, moonlight feel? Add a blue gel to your background spotlight to give a soft, colorful look behind your subject.
Frank is always working hard for his clients. In his rare moments of downtime, you can find him spending time with his 4-year-old grandson, John Blake. He loves traveling with his wife and Doctor Jones, their Jack Russell Terrier. He frequently visits family in Washington D.C., where he explores museums and plays with his grandson outside. Frank grew up in Greensboro, North Carolina. Frank Cole is a professional in all aspects. His passion for quality is unparalleled. I highly recommend Epic Media for any of your video or broadcast needs. Find more info at Epic Media Productions.