Hawkshead Brewery | 'Session Hazy'
Streetlife - Shelter & Support for young people
A barbershop promo video
A video we made for the client to showcase their holiday let.
North West Honda Super Centre
CB1000R+ Actually ridden by former 500cc World Champion, Wayne Gardner.
Black Powder Gin | 'Sidelock'
A menswear attire promo video
A video we put together for Westmorland Homecare, to use as a recruitment aid within their business.
O'Smithers | Former pub shed of the year.
We always like to ask for a video specification from a client before visiting site in terms of what is it they want and how they intend to use the video going forward. We also find it useful to request an example of something they have seen online that they like and might have inspired them to create their own video. This last point is very useful as it usually gives us an insight into the style/speed/mood of the video requirement and helpful to allow us to meet a client's expectations.
Whilst we will do our best on site to ensure that what is being recorded will look good in the final edit, the client should ensure that they are happy themselves first and foremost with the presentation of their site prior to it being recorded i.e. to check the product or environment beforehand. It’s got to look good and be tidy! No-one wants to see a stack of boxes over in the corner. We believe the environment within which the recording is to take place plays an important role in the video, like an unseen character and should look as good as it can possibly be.
The weather is also important when it comes to the amount of light required for obtaining good video footage. When recording both internally and externally, we would always recommend that the recording dates are made with this in mind and to avoid days with rain and high wind in order to make the video look its best. The client should also ensure that everyone on the site has no objection to either being recorded or to us walking around actually making the recording, so in some instances we might ask for a model release form to be signed. For more information about the whole process, please visit our Blog.