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Marketers in manufacturing face a major challenge when it comes to external communications. They are expected to share complex information in an interactive and engaging way to external audiences. If you’re looking for fresh ideas for attracting and engaging your audience, video may be the answer. As an external communications tool, video can help build trust, understanding, and knowledge.Read More
Here are some suggestions on how you can use video for more effective internal communications: 1. Employee Onboarding, 2. Training, 3. Product/Company Updates,and 4. Sharing Knowledge/Staff SpotlightRead More
Driving sales can be particularly hard for manufacturers, because you may not have the luxury of showing your operation in full. With video, you can help your audience visualize a difficult process, experience a demonstration of how your machinery works, and discover the end benefits for their consumers. And, your clients WANT video. It’s easy to consume and easier to understand than pages and pages of explanations on how things work.Read More
Your company’s image is more than just your logo, it’s your reputation. It’s what the public envisions when your company is mentioned. So, maintaining a face that fits with and furthers the name and mission of your company should be at the top of any marketers’ list.Read More
Production Craft added life and dimension to CNBC’s The Deed interview using two Canon C-300 cameras. Shooting with two cameras dramatically increases the production value of video. You can use one camera to get a wider angle of the interviewee and a backdrop, setting the stage for the piece. A second camera can be used up close, to get reactions of the interviewee. When making an interview, it is usually best…Read More
Case study: Charity Exceeds Donation Goal with Heart-warming Video
We were honored to help “As Good As Gold,” a non-profit that rescues Golden Retrievers and Golden mixes, produce a video for their annual charity ball. Showing a short video during the event, that highlighted real-life examples of their vision at work, captured the hearts and minds of donors in a way that no other medium could have.Read More
Tips for shooting an interview
YOUR SUBJECT: THE INTERVIEWEE
– Make sure your interviewee feels relaxed.
– Don’t ask yes/no questions – be curious and open about what they have to say.
– Keep eye contact with the interviewee, so they focus on you.
– Keep the camera rolling after the “official” interview is over. Often times the interviewee will then be more relaxed and more open.
– Shoot b-roll of the both of you nodding and smiling. Say things like “Ok. Yes. That’s nice.” while you are doing this. This will give you facial expressions that you can use while editing.Read More
Production Craft was recently awarded two Communicator Awards for our First Aid training video produced for the National Safety Council. We received an Award of Distinction for Videography/Cinematography and an Award of Distinction in Film/Video Safety.
Given by the International Academy of the Visual Arts, the Communicator Awards honor creative excellence and big ideas in marketing and communications. The Academy receives thousands of entries from across the U.S. and around the world, and we are so proud to be recognized.Read More
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) has become an important strategy for many businesses in the past several years as more consumers are searching for products and services online. Learn how video can help…Read More
Get a room (and a good one at that!)
When it comes to interviewing a satisfied customer or getting that quarterly update from your CEO for your corporate video, a big fussy video production isn’t necessary. But even with low-key productions, the room matters.
Here are a few key things to keep in mind when selecting a space for your next interview:Read More
Physician Video Profiles are relieving doctor search "symptoms". For many patients finding the right doctor can be overwhelming, time-consuming and scary. Physicians are using Physician Video Profiles as the first step in establishing good, long-term relationships with patients. The 60-90 second video profile demonstrates the physician's personality, special skills, motivations and values. The profiles offer a more personal side of medicine and relieve patient anxiety over finding and selecting a new physician.