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November, 2016 | Posted in Careers Advice, Resources

Three years, three business lessons

In October 2013 I made a fairly bold move. Despite having only just turned 21, I quit my part time job in a retail store and decided to take my video production business full time. I’d been freelancing regularly since I left university that May and decided it was time to give it my all…

February, 2016 | Posted in Resources

Choosing A Thumbnail For Your Video

Choosing a thumbnail is like choosing an outfit. You need to make sure that it matches the occasion. Find out what you should be thinking about in this video blog.

June, 2015 | Posted in Resources

Sharing your videos online – where to post them? [2015 Edition]

This article has been updated! Take a look at the newer edition of this article for more recent information about this topic. See newer version. This post is a follow up to our post, Hosting your videos online – where do you put them?! If you’ve not had a chance read it yet, we suggest…

June, 2015 | Posted in Resources

Hosting your videos online – where do you put them?! [2015 Edition]

This article has been updated! Take a look at the newer edition of this article for more recent information about this topic. See newer version.   It may come as no surprise, but we’re often asked about where to put videos online. This usually happens just after we give our clients their videos, ready to…

Using Green Screen in your video
April, 2015 | Posted in Resources

Using Green Screen In Your Video

Using Green Screen In Your Video Did you know that Green Screen isn’t limited to huge Hollywood productions with infinite budgets? Take a look at this month’s video blog to see how we’ve used this technique to tackle hurdles on smaller, corporate shoots. What is “Green Screen”? Green Screen is how we describe the process…

How to wear a lapel microphone
February, 2015 | Posted in Resources

How To Wear A Lapel Microphone

When filming interviews it’s common for us to use a lapel microphone to capture sound. However, these nifty little microphones can be tricky to put on. In this short video Southpoint Films Director Rowan Johnson tells you how to wear a lapel microphone.