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How to create beautiful portraits


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The visual excellence of the work you produce can often determine how commercially successful your brand photos and video content can be. The greater the knowledge of the craft you possess, the more confident you can be that your images will impress your clients. It takes years to master the fine art of portrait photography and

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Top 5 commercials of Super Bowl 2017


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The 51st Super Bowl was a blast. From a stunning performance by Lady Gaga to a miraculous comeback win by the Patriots and a tide of politically charged TV commercials, Super Bowl 2017 was filled with great performances and unexpected events. It is that time of the year when the entire world is waiting to see

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Top 10 Locations for video production in London


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London is one of the most exciting cities in the world for video production. And as a London video production company we are always seeking out new and unknown locations. It offers a unique mixture of historic venues and modern, even futuristic locations that can serve a wide range of filmmakers needs. Recently the Mayor

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DSLR and Vintage Leica Lenses


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With the tide of Full Frame DSLR cameras, there are all sorts of possibilities with using vintage lenses, we chose the Leica Summicrom R F2. Vintage lenses can be used on anything from Black Magic Pocket camera to Panasonic GH4 and Sony Full Frame a7 and so on. Lets start of with the Konica hexanon

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Rogue One: A Star Wars Review


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“Let go your conscious self and act on instinct,” says Obi-Wan in Star Wars: A New Hope. Perhaps that’s what the writers should have done when they sat down to craft this latest chapter in the franchise, because Rogue One is definitely not  ‘A Star Wars Story’. No Jedi, No force, No larger than life characters

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Top Tips For Basic Colour Correction


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Colour grading is the final step in the post-production service, which gives your video the sparkle and personality that depicts the image of your brand. But Colour grading and Colour correction, whilst essentially using the same tools, have two clearly different goals. Colour grading refers to the creative choice a colourist makes to stylize a film. Whilst

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How to Film with a Drone -10 Tips


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Aerial filming and cinematic drone shots can bring a huge amount of production value to your video content. Here are some tips for anyone thinking about flying a drone. It’s much easier to fly drones in open spaces. That sounds obvious but it’s an important point. You could be tempted to fly a drone over water

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Panasonic GH4 versus the Sony A7SII


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  Here’s our Sony A7SII review. We used to use the Panasonic GH4 for our smaller budget shoots but have recently moved over to the Sony A7SII. The S stands for sensitivity and with an ISO base of 3200 you can be sure that it’s low light capability is absolutely incredible. So when would we

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End of the Vine


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For a video content production company it’s a little unnerving to hear that Vine, the short form video content app, has been closed for good. Apparently there just simply “wasn’t the usage”. So why when video content is growing at a phenomenal rate, and the percentage of posts on the likes of twitter and instagram,

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