In today’s competitive business landscape, small businesses rely heavily on effective marketing strategies for success.
In the fast-paced world of action sports, every flip, kick, and twist tells a story of adrenaline and skill. To truly capture the essence of these heart-pounding moments, filmmakers have turned to the magic of slow-motion cinematography, pushing the boundaries by filming at an astounding 300 frames per second (fps).
Title: The Future of Video Production: Embracing Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR), and Beyond
This blog post explores the exciting future of video production, delving into the potential of VR, AR, and other emerging technologies.
Before you begin to create your video, it’s important to determine what your goals are. This will help you decide which format will work best for your company and what kind of KPIs (key performance indicators) need to be tracked.
Now that spring has arrived, it’s the perfect time to grab your camera and venture out to capture the beauty of the season.
Video has become an increasingly popular medium for external communication, such as video marketing for social media. But what about internal communication?
One area of confusion that often comes up is the difference between frame rates and shutter speed. While they may sound similar, they are two distinct concepts that play important roles in creating the perfect shot.
Understanding the difference between NTSC and PAL standards and the effect of household electrical frequency on video is essential in producing high-quality footage.
Promoting Your Business with Promotional Videos: A Case Study of Third Born Entertainment’s Latest Project for the Edmonton Ski Club
Our latest project was for the Edmonton Ski Club, where we filmed their annual big air and slush cup.
Exploring the Impact of TikTok on Filmmaking: A Dynamic Platform for Creativity and Collaboration