Avoiding Blown Out Footage

We’d like to address something we’ve been seeing more of recently. Blown out footage. We bring it up because we often get asked to fix it. To state it clearly, any part of the footage that is blown out cannot be recovered – just like with photos. This probably seems obvious, but we’d like to provide a few tips and resources to help avoid blowing out your footage. 

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Giving Instructions for Your Video Project

You need your videos edited quickly and correctly. We understand that and will do our best to meet that need. When giving instructions for your video project, whether initially or as a rework, there are a few things you can do to help our team get closer to what you’re wanting sooner. We’ll provide some examples here of ‘okay’ vs. ‘better’ instruction giving. 

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An Interview with Andi Diamond

We’re excited to share this next blog post with you! We had the privilege of having an interview with Andi Diamond from Andi Diamond Photography. She shares great insights to her own entrepreneurial journey that led to her success, and gives great resources to help other videographers and photographers. To your preference, you can listen to everything Andi had to say, or you can read through the transcription.

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50 Social Media Post Ideas for Videographers/Photographers

Do you REALLY benefit from shooting in higher resolution?

Is it about time you started looking for a new camera? Are you thinking about upgrading to something that has 4K, 6K, or even 8K capabilities? While it’s fun to say you shoot in such a high resolution, what benefits are you actually getting? If you pay for an upgrade to have higher resolution, what other costs will come as a result? Let’s take a look at some of these points.  

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