shafe, Author at WeDoVids

Flutter Focus BTS: Candles, Cameras and Chaos

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With a packed schedule, tight deadlines, and the challenges of post-production, watch as the founders of “We Do Vids” navigate the ups and downs of their creative journey. From capturing the essence of an event to the heartwarming stories they bring to life, this web series offers a unique glimpse into the world of video production. Discover the dedication, passion, and creativity that fuel their work in “Being the Light,” and don’t miss the complete video in the description below. Subscribe for more exciting content from our channel!

Behind the Scenes : Crafting Impactful Stories for a Cause

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Step into the captivating world of WeDoVids, a passionate video production company based in Dayton, Ohio, as we take you on a journey behind the lens. Join us as we collaborate with 'For the Love of Animals,' a 501(c)(3) Foundation dedicated to honoring the memory of animal activist Sophie Kerrigan and making a difference for neglected animals. The Cause: In 2012, 'For the Love of Animals' was born to honor Sophie Kerrigan's dream of offering shelter, comfort, and homes to animals in need. The foundation has since orchestrated numerous events to support animal sanctuaries, shelters, and rescues, positively impacting the lives of over 1000 animals. One of their remarkable initiatives, 'Sophie’s Companions for Veterans,' pairs trained rescues with veterans suffering from PTSD and disabilities, creating life-changing connections. WeDoVids: Behind every

Guide to Video Production: From Pre-Production to Post-Production

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Guide to Video Production: From Pre-Production to Post-Production Introduction: Video production is a multi-step process that involves careful planning, execution, and editing to create compelling visual content. This guide aims to familiarize you with the various stages of video production, including pre-production, production, and post-production. Additionally, it will define common terms used in the industry, ensuring a comprehensive understanding of the video production process. Pre-Production: Pre-production is the initial planning phase of video production. It lays the foundation for a successful video shoot and involves several key steps: Concept Development: Identify the purpose and goals of the video. Determine the target audience and key message. Brainstorm ideas and develop a creative concept. Scriptwriting: Write a script that outlines the narration, dialogues, and visuals. Structure the video, including the beginning, middle,

Crafting a Compelling Story without the Spotlight

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Join us behind the scenes of a video production project as we tackle unexpected obstacles and adapt to changing circumstances. In this captivating footage, we document our journey to replicate a video produced by a national gas company in Houston, Texas, featuring a local nonprofit that helps renovate homes for those in need.

Things didn’t go as planned when we discovered that our main subject, the recipient of the services, didn’t want to appear on camera. Without the crucial interviews and B-roll footage, we faced the challenge of telling the story in a different way.

From dealing with windy conditions and equipment setups to exploring alternative storytelling methods, we share the highs and lows of our creative process. Witness our team’s resourcefulness as we make the most of the situation and capture the essence of the project.

Don’t miss the completed video, which showcases the dedication and collaboration involved in this unique production. Click the link in the description to watch the final result and be inspired by the incredible work carried out by the nonprofit organization and the gas company in our local community.

Behind the Scenes of a Corporate Training Video Shoot

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Join us for a behind-the-scenes look at the making of a corporate training video. In this video, we follow a three-person crew as they prepare for and execute a challenging shoot inside a credit union. Despite last-minute changes to the location, the team improvises and successfully captures the scripted video. With a tight schedule and multiple cast members, the crew relies on meticulous planning and precise timing to ensure a smooth production. The video showcases the humor and camaraderie on set, with laughter filling the air as everyone works together to create an engaging training video. Although one scene featuring the CEO had to be rescheduled, the overall day is deemed a big success. Watch as the crew overcomes obstacles and delivers a fun and productive shoot, providing a glimpse into the world of corporate video production.

What Is Up With Video? The Current Trends in 2023 in Business Video Production

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Video production is a powerful tool for businesses to communicate their message, showcase their value, and connect with their customers. In 2023, video production trends are changing and evolving to meet the needs and preferences of the audience. Here are some of the current trends in 2023 in business video production that you should know about, along with some statistics that support their effectiveness. - Short-form videos: These are videos that last from 15 to 90 seconds and are ideal for capturing attention and delivering a concise message. Short-form videos are popular on social media platforms like Instagram, TikTok, and LinkedIn, where users scroll through a lot of content quickly. Short-form videos can be used to tell stories, highlight customer testimonials, or showcase product features. For example, Salesforce uses short-form

Flutter Focus, Series Announcement and Trailer

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Get an exclusive backstage pass to the exhilarating world of running a video production company. Join us as we embark on a thrilling journey through the ups and downs, the triumphs and challenges that shape our day-to-day lives. Get ready to dive headfirst into the captivating realm of video production, where passion and determination collide with tight deadlines, technical mishaps, and unforeseen obstacles. Brace yourself as we take you behind the scenes, offering an unfiltered glimpse into the reality of bringing visual stories to life. It's not just about the glamorous moments captured on screen. We'll delve deep into the day-to-day grind of running a video production company, shedding light on the intricate dance between creativity and logistics, teamwork and problem-solving. Join us as we peel back the curtain and

Writing the Script For Your Business Video

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When it comes to creating a video for your business, writing a great script is the first step. Your script sets the tone for your video, establishes your message, and keeps your audience engaged. So, how do you write a great script for your business video? Here are some tips to get you started. First, think about your objective. What is the purpose of your video? Are you trying to sell a product, educate your audience, or promote your brand? Knowing your objective will help you create a video that meets your goals. Next, consider your target audience. Who are they? What are their interests, demographics, and pain points? Understanding your audience will help you create a video that resonates with them and speaks to their needs. When you start

Get On Point For The Camera – 5 Tips For Being On Camera.

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Being interviewed for a business video can be nerve-wracking, but with the right preparation and approach, you can give confident and effective responses that make a positive impact on your audience. In this blog post, we’ll provide some tips on how to answer interview questions when being interviewed for a business video.

Common Mistakes to Avoid in Business Videos: Tips for Creating High-Quality Content

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Video marketing has become an essential part of any business's marketing strategy. However, creating high-quality business videos that engage and convert viewers can be challenging. In this blog post, we'll explore some common mistakes to avoid when creating business videos, and provide tips on how to create high-quality content that resonates with your target audience. Poor Lighting One of the most common mistakes in business videos is poor lighting. Good lighting is essential to create a professional-looking video that engages viewers. Poor lighting can make your video look unprofessional, and viewers may not be able to see your product or service clearly. To avoid poor lighting, consider using natural light or investing in professional lighting equipment. Bad Sound Another common mistake in business videos is bad sound. Good sound is

Creative Ways to Use Business Videos: Beyond Advertising

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Video marketing has become an essential part of any business's marketing strategy. While most businesses use videos for advertising purposes, there are many other creative ways to use video marketing to engage and connect with your target audience. In this blog post, we'll explore some creative ways that businesses can use video marketing beyond just advertising.Product DemonstrationsOne of the most effective ways to use video marketing is to create product demonstrations. A product demonstration video can help potential customers understand how your product works and how it can benefit them. By demonstrating your product in action, you can showcase its features and benefits and provide a better understanding of its value.TutorialsAnother creative way to use business videos is to create tutorials. Tutorials can help customers understand how to use your

Audio Should be What Determines a Good Video.

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In today's digital age, videos have become an essential marketing tool for businesses. They are a great way to showcase your products or services, tell your brand story, and connect with your audience. However, video production involves more than just pointing a camera at something and hitting record. The audio quality is just as important as the visual quality of your video. In this blog post, we'll discuss why audio is so important when producing a video for your business. Audio quality affects video quality When it comes to video production, audio quality can make or break the final product. Poor audio quality can distract your audience and take away from the message you're trying to convey. On the other hand, high-quality audio can enhance the video and create a