Archive for March, 2014

Scotland Video Production Company – How it works

Posted on: March 27th, 2014 by John Duncan

If you’re looking to have a video made for your organisation I’ve outlined below the 3 stages of production involved. . Pre-production A lot of the success of a production lies in the planning and pre-production. Before filming I always have a very clear vision of how we want the final film to look and […]

Scotland Camera Operator

Posted on: March 25th, 2014 by John Duncan

I’ve spent the last few days working with the Edinburgh based video production company ‘Edinburgh Film Company‘ to help shoot a film they are producing for the Glasgow Housing Association. Shooting on the 5d Mk3 and C100 we were filming folk in and around office environments.

Aerial Filming – The Kelpies / Helix Park / Falkirk

Posted on: March 15th, 2014 by John Duncan

I’m currently in the middle of a personal project getting aerial shots around Scotland with the quad copter I recently purchased. Over the next few months i’ll be heading to popular Scottish landmarks and putting it to good use. The last 3 morning I was at the Kelpies, Carlton Hill and the Wallace Monument in […]

Edinburgh Corporate Video Production – Lockton Solicitors

Posted on: March 14th, 2014 by John Duncan

Recently I was filming an event run by the Edinburgh branch of Lockton Solicitors. I filmed 6 presentations and produced  a 90 second video summarising the event. .  

Edinburgh Video Production – Surgeons Hall Graduation

Posted on: March 13th, 2014 by John Duncan

I was helping Coolbox film a graduation ceremony at the Royal College of Surgeons  in Edinburgh. We filmed the hour ceremony with a tight shot from the rear and 2 angles from a balcony. A feed was taken from the sound desk and we also placed 2 wireless mics on the lecterns as a backup.

Video Production – Behind the Scenes filming – Edinburgh / Scotland

Posted on: March 10th, 2014 by John Duncan

Last month I spent a few days filming with Braincandy Films to create a behind the scenes video for the 3 commericals they were shooting for the Scottish Police Federation (Original post here). .