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Tea talk or Off the Cuff thoughts “Don’t take it personally but Do take it personally if your postings have low engagement”   Tea talk or off the cuff thoughts "don't take it personally/do take it personally if your postings have low engagement" Posted by Robert Lee on Saturday, March 11, 2017 Low Engagement. Ouch….

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Context, Context, Context (or, when can I get by doing things without investing in video production professional services)   A clarification, when we had released the 3 U’s segment, The video does not focus on the context relating to the content of your video. The context of the video was our recommendation for folks to…

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Free cheat sheet download. No strings attached.   Yes, a free Adobe Premiere Pro CC (CC – Creative cloud) shortcut cheat sheet! No joke it’s here’s for the taking. Courtesy of Videoblocks.  This resource has been a big help for others, who only seek filming services from Boston video production companies and chose to edit…

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Do your videos follow the 3 Es? Here’s our Short simple valuable business video advice from ShaLaLaLa Production, a video production company in Boston.  When you create videos, do you have the 3Es or at least one of the 3 E’s In fact, what are the 3 Es?  The 3 Es are Entertain, Enlighten, and…

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Video Production Insights of executing on a Holiday video concept with the Green screen   As a video production company in Boston, we came up with a series of Christmas videos with the use of green screen.  Green Screen was a tool that’s commonly used for these types of shoots. It was important that we…

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Stump for video concept idea for your business, as a video production company in Boston, we recommend for you to go watch TV!   What I’m saying is TV is a pretty neat source for ideas… Creative ideas. A lot of times I like to watch tv for the commercials. Yeah I know, I’m weird…

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  It’s fascinating to see what other folks derive inspiration to create videos, or keep their creative mind sharp and creative for lack of the better word. One thing I love to do (that I haven’t had a chance till now) is to check out a comic book. The artwork, the stories that leap out…

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Staying Sharp!   Sometimes we need to break the rules. Sometimes I need to be in the office but still be able to work on my craft and stay sharp. In this case, we were in the planning stages for a solo shoot for a colleague, so I needed a little practice time. Here’s a…

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As the old saying goes an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.     That is a question I hear often. Most video production professionals will agree that the more time they have to set up their gear properly, the easier it is to capture a great quality image, sound, and other…

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