This is an example of a video that uses voice-over, music and motion graphics, rather than live video to introduce viewers to the company’s speaker’s bureau and training services. This approach is ideal for web based businesses and companies who prefer no to use on camera talent.
Julie Lovison, Director of The Lake Shore Music Studio in Chicago presents a workshop to a group of piano teachers on the subject of using the tune Frere Jacques to explore musical dynamics.
This was created for a bath remodeling client. It was produced with the subject matter expert speaking in front of a green screen. In post-production we added a still shot provided by the client as a background as well as still shot cutaways as transitions and to cover edits.
This is an example of a rather routine video submitted by an out-of-state client. He basically recorded it looking into his laptop camera. I took his raw video and cropped it to minimize the distracting background. We then created a template or visual context for the video to play in, so that the viewer has more to look at than a boring “talking head”. The template also gives an area to display bullet points and reinforce the verbal message. Let me know if you have some talking-head video we can spruce up and give them a new life and give your message a better chance for success.
This assignment was to have people tell about their favorite costume fantasy as a way to engage viewers and showcase various costume choices. It also gave us an opportunity to play off of the client’s company name. By presenting the videos inside of a template we created a place to show an example of the…
This health and fitness provider sent me two testimonial they had shot. I edited them appropriately and inserted them into the iPhone frame as well as a cutom template to give it better production value and improved presentation.
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