Monthly Archive: February 2013

Canal Studios Promotional Web Video

Canal Studios Promotional Web Video

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Tweet Canal Studios is nestled in the charming city of Lambertville amidst historic buildings, a burgeoning art scene, and easy access the Central New Jersey market. Exposed brick and original wood beams add to the personality of the space along with skylights and fine art photography in common areas. There are endless possibilities for personalization […]

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Canon 5d Native ISO Test

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Tweet When we’re out shooting a project, it’s absolutely critical for us to know the various strengths and weaknesses of our photography equipment. A lot of that revolves around the overall quality of the image we can create in a given shooting environment. Is it dark? Bright? High contrast? Lots of fine detail or color? […]

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The Corporate Video Production Process

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Tweet We understand that corporate video production may be an intimidating proposition for many of our prospective clients. Our goal here is to give you a general introduction to how it all works and also to some of the terminology you might be encountering for the first time. Every creative production – video or otherwise […]

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Raw vs. JPEG Part 5

RAW vs. JPEG: Part 5 – Conclusion

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Tweet       By this point, the advantages of shooting in a RAW format should be abundantly clear. The simple conclusion is that “it’s just better.” But is it? This final installment goes over some of the considerations when deciding to shoot in either RAW or a more compressed format. We know the drawbacks […]

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Rose Bank Winery

Website Promotional Video

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Tweet If you’re like 70% of web users out there, the first thing you look for on a new website is a relevant video. The need for video is a reality with which all businesses – both large and small  – have to cope. Rose Bank Winery is a beautiful winery and event venue in […]

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RAW vs. JPEG Part 4

RAW vs. JPEG: Part 4 – Noise Reduction

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Tweet       This is a short test, but an important one. As any event or documentary shooter will tell you, the ability to record acceptable images at high ISOs is a job requirement. For photographers, this means pushing higher to maintain a faster shutter speed, for videographers this means pushing higher to stop […]

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