Our Color Grading is not just supervised vs unsupervised. We get involved early and work with the director and cinematographer to find the soul of the project. We love having the DP around during sessions and we are an open book when it comes to our workflow. Come and feel truly at home!
As one of the top music video production companies in Chicago, we work effortlessly to keep the standards of our music video productions high. We love to understand what our music artists’ brand and image are before we start their music video production. We’ve created music videos that have went viral with little to no marketing budgets purely from the concept and visuals that intrigue viewers.
We understand that finding a music video company or a music videographer requires some time and research and we are here to assist all of our clients along the way to make the whole process easier and faster, and move on to the more fun stuff: THE CREATIVE WORK!
Our music video production services range from concept and treatment development, to pre-production, casting, crewing, location management, production design, set building, hair, makeup, wardrobe, directing, and finally post-production. In addition to working with local music artists, we are always thrilled to work with international artists from all around the world on their Chicago music video production. We also love to collaborate with other music video companies and Chicago music video directors.
We hope that our colorful and stylized work intrigues you and you choose us as your music video production company.
Finding the best lighting for your fashion videos can be a challenging task. Maybe your shot isn’t bright enough. Or it’s too bright. Sometimes the color temperature isn’t right, or the shadows are so harsh that you can barely decipher what is what.
You want your prospects and customers to really absorb what you have to say.
Knowing how to get good lighting for videos will keep your content looking sharp and professional. And you don’t need all the fancy lighting equipment you’ll see in a professional shoot.
The choice for shooting hard vs soft light is quite an easy one for many people. But if you don’t understand what the difference is, what difference it makes to your subject, or how to create it, soft light can be a bit of a mystery. Soft light is fantastic for portraits, though. It’s particularly flattering, especially to ladies, and isn’t that difficult to understand. Soft light is defined lit areas that transition into shadow very gradually. It wraps around your subject to provide a more pleasing look. It helps to fill in the dark lines around wrinkles, and generally creates a more “friendly” look to your subject.