A professional video can cost tens of thousands of dollars, or more. Much more. But it doesn’t have to…
This is my latest video for my day job. My equipment and software setup costs were less than half of what you would spend going to a dedicated video production company, and that’s a one time expense.
Being that digital marketing is now mostly about video, and your best strategy is to pump out constant (relevant) video content, producing them yourself is the only real choice for a lot of small and midsized companies.
The right computer, software, camera, microphone, an iPad-based teleprompter, a few lights, and a green screen is all I used to make what looks like a full studio production. None of them are what you’d consider “pro” equipment.
My weekend video project. Bet you’ll never look at an elevator the same way again.
It’s me again, being a front man for my day job. Next time, though, it’s someone else’s turn in front of the lens.
My latest video for my day job, I have had to redo this several times because of product name changes. Hopefully this one will stick. And continue breaking.
Rain on top of thick river ice, and some blustery winter weather, made a living painting that I simply had to capture. Enjoy!
I take this as high praise: “Dude, who would have thought that a video on elevator buttons could be fun to watch.” ~ Dan Leadbetter
I made this for my day job back when the last Star Wars movie came out. Being that Rogue One is being released today, I thought it might be a good time to showcase this here: