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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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