Dynamic Video includes –
Studio: You’ll get to shoot your video in a professional video studio that is equipped with high-end camera, lighting, shooting set, and professional crew-members.
Staff: Video crew and stuff will be on set to manage the shooting day: cameraman / director, lighting, PR people (that’s us). We are all there to ensure your main ideas, message, look, story will be conveyed in the most professional way, like it should be!
Story Board: We will prepare your video flow and messages and storyboard it: A storyboard visually tells the story of an animation, panel by panel, kind of like a comic book. Creating a storyboard will help you plan your animation out shot by shot. You can make changes to your storyboard before you start animating, instead of changing your mind later. You will also be able to talk about your animation and show your storyboard to other people to get feedback on your ideas.
Script: We will script your video to convey your main messages and align it with suitable, and engaging story. The script keeps the main plot simple and have a strong start to capture and hold the audience’s attention all the way until the end.
Post Production: After the shooting day is done the fine tuning work starts and it’s all about the small details: the video is being edited, sound effects and mixing are added in, color correction work, graphic enhancements and more. This is an ongoing work until we find the right composition that creates the best video for you.
Motion Graphics: There are many levels of graphics and effects that can really tern a good video into a remarkable one. Adding motion graphics to your video will combine the languages of film, animation and graphic design. Merging different creative elements like typography, illustration, logos, shapes and video. They are then animated or moved in a way that tells a story.
Set Design: The setting will suggest the style and tone of the whole production, create mood and atmosphere, give clues as to the specific time and place of the action, offer creative possibilities for the movement and grouping of the players on the screen. The time of day, location, season, historical period and any set changes called for in the script are noted. The set designer’s focus here is on figuring out everything that may be needed based on the dialogue in the script.