Posts Tagged ‘Video Production Company’

Scottish Episcopal Church Film

Posted on: June 7th, 2017 by John Duncan

I’ve been working with the Scottish Episcopal Church for the last few years now, mainly filming interviews with their Bishops. Towards the start of the year we started planning a video which would act an insight into breadth of work the church is involved in with the aim of attracting new members. Pre-production is important […]

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 […]

Behind the scenes filming – Scottish Police Federation Commercial

Posted on: February 11th, 2014 by John Duncan

Last week I spent 3 days filming behind the scenes on a shoot for Braincandy Films. The shoot was a co-production between Braincandy and TinkerTaylor. They were filming 3 commercials for the Scottish Police Federation. Each day involved a different scenario officers may have to deal with, highlighting the difficult positions they can find themselves in. […]

Video Production – Africa – World Toilet Day

Posted on: November 19th, 2013 by John Duncan

This is the second film I have produced for the Busoga Trust, highlighting the work of their Slum Sanitation Project. The 19th November is World Toilet Day which aims to break the taboo around toilets and address the issue of sanitation. Started in partnership with UNHabitat, Busoga Trust operate the project in Bugembe, near Jinja […]

Edinburgh Video Production – Desk Union / Tanami

Posted on: October 22nd, 2013 by John Duncan

      Today I was filming with Tanami and Desk Union. Tanami hired me as a camera operator to shoot the promotional video they are producing. The shoot involved interviewing the owner of desk union, Victoria Arnold, as well as getting cutaways of old abandoned desks.             

Filming with the Busoga Trust – Comic Relief Video

Posted on: October 18th, 2013 by John Duncan

. This is the first of 6 videos I am producing for the Busoga Trust, in this film we visit a well which is still pumping 22 years on. Lenny Henry filmed here with Comic Relief  and we were able to get a hold of this footage from the BBC archives. Rob Waugh (Development Manager […]

Video Production Storage & Sending Project Files to the Cloud

Posted on: October 10th, 2013 by John Duncan

Quick blog post about how I store and back up all the footage I shoot and a bit about sending project files to the cloud. From day 1 working as a Freelance Videographer I’ve known its damn important to properly manage and look after the storage of data. Whether working for a video production company […]