• Brandon Plantz

Tricks of the Corporate Video Trade

Often times when shooting a corporate video, there are rooms clients want to film in that are larger than they can fill within their budget. Filming in a large room -- boardroom, ballroom, or a large open office -- requires substantially more set-up film, equipment, and cast. All these elements can quickly inflate a video production budget.


However, a professional video team often knows ways to realize your vision without additional costs. The attached photos demonstrate one of the tricks: strategic placement of actors to give the illusion of more people. This videography trick is then enhanced in post-production / editing with sound design; adding ambient noise to make a shot feel more robust.


Bottom line: If you've filmed in your office and haven't been happy with the way it looks, consider collaborating with our team of San Diego corporate video professionals to help you get the look you're looking for!




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