Producing an independent video for a very special client: our son.
Part two of how we persevered in a very challenging project.
How eImage overcame a mountain of obstacles working with a firefighter, a dog and children.
How eImage broke down a complex procedure and explained it in three short videos.
The twists and turns of a video produced for the County of Alameda during the COVID pandemic.
COVID made us perfect the method of recording remotely-conducted interviews.
Get the best quality using equipment you already have: cell phone, laptop and rubber bands.
Can a small company shoot video safely in the age of COVID-19?
A fun educational video project turned into two productions in Redding, California.
How we delivered a trade show video in record time.
How we shot five PSAs when our original project went up in flames.
Is a company that plagiarizes truly creative? See what you think.
Directing a busy CEO on a video shoot calls for respect and firm guidance.
Shooting a safety video for miners meant being around big boy toys.
The production was rushed, but the longevity of the finished program was short.
A small video for a small startup that can have big impact.
Working on a big desktop makes everything quick, easy and fun.
We tried making video cost estimating easy, but discussing your project is best.
How two video production firms work as one to cover the LA and Bay Areas.
Going all wireless is possible, even when using a Teleprompter.
We have a new prime lens to give our video camera the true film look.
We turned a demo into a commercial, thanks to Ultra High Definition.
How eImage delighted a client who delighted us, while working on a fun project.
Our gyro stabilizer and wireless Teleprompter are perfect for smooth walking-and-talking shots.
We put our cool new camera gyro stabilizer through its paces.
Going small is a huge step up from helicopter shooting.
Picking up our new $10,000 video camera was very strange indeed.
A video eImage shot and edited to promote a new medical device.
It is best to see Rome when someone else is paying your fare.
It was a rare treat to use a Steadicam on a corporate project.
How we sometimes choose to shoot corporate video interviews from home.
We spent the morning shooting on the streets of downtown San Francisco.
How we produced a 10-episode, 73-minute video series.
All about a documentary style shoot, our first in the southern hemisphere.
Who doesn't love a parade? A small but exciting shoot day.