Like many of us, business really slowed down to a snails pace and for a few weeks came to a full stop on March 21st. These past two months were a great opportunity to focus on learning new skills, finishing passion projects and working on business plan.I’ll be completely honest, while I did a little … Continue reading The Promise of Spring
3 Ways to Use Video in Your Marketing During Quarantine. One thing we all have in common right now is uncertainty! When we will we be back to work? When will we have a vaccine for COVID-19? What will happen to the economy? What will our world look like post-Corona virus? One thing that is … Continue reading Social Distancing and Video
It’s not hard to grab a drone today. For as little as $170 one can buy a drone that shoots 4K video. When thinking about using drone footage for your business, this opportunity seems like a great option. After all, flying drones is so fun! However, as fun as they are, drone flying comes with … Continue reading What Does It Mean To Hire A Licensed Drone Pilot?
If you are present on any social media platform then you have probably noticed the high volume of video content that is present in your news feed. This is not by accident! Video’s ability to connect brands with their target consumer is increasing exponentially as the years go by. Sprout Social states that “30% of … Continue reading 5 Tips On Creating Video For Social Media
Let’s not beat around the bush. At this point in our technology evolution, everyone has access to a decent camera. Whether the camera is a high grade DSLR or the latest iPhone, most people have the capability to shoot and edit their own videos. As a professional videographer, I won’t lie and say that this … Continue reading DIY or Hire A Professional?
I may have been absent from my website, but I have not been idle in “RL”. That’s “Real Life” for those who don’t know. Learning new skills and keeping up with the technological trends is a must in most industries. For me, getting excited about new camera specs is not high on my list, though … Continue reading Virtual Reality
Sometimes a break from the City is very important. Nature helps me to recharge, relax and absorb what is really important: Myself! I mean that with all seriousness. If we don’t focus on keeping our minds and bodies fresh everything suffers; work, relationships, and above all creativity! Without my ability to bring a fresh mind … Continue reading Traveling and Landscapes
I have not forgotten, nor have I been idle. The way of life says that once you begin projects of your own, other work floweth. Additionally, I decided to enter a small film contest, so much of my spare time went to the entry. However, I was able to shoot the footage for Week 4: … Continue reading Head Shot
This is week two of the video challenge I have decided to take on. Following the guidelines of Dogwoods 52 Week Challenge brings me to Landscape. However, I was super sick this last week and couldn’t get out of bed, let alone go for a walk to find a landscape. So, in my fuzzy sick … Continue reading Red