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Creative Liquid produced a series of videos instructing users how to submit video content into the Department of Defense's Tradewind Solutions Marketplace. This is a how-to series.
Producing A Video Heading into the fourth quarter of the calendar year is often a busy time for companies. We're heading into holiday season, many employees take vacation and businesses are often wrapping things up before end of year.
honored for our work The Creative Liquid team is honored to receive three Telly Awards for our work completed in 2016. Creative Liquid received awards for the following projects:
Creative Liquid and our teaming partner Virtuo Group Corporation, provide video production services to the public affairs office of the U.S. Army Research Laboratory. These videos often focus on science and technology and careers in STEM fields.
Creative Liquid has provided video production services to the Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation for several years. Each spring the Foundation honors citizen heroes. Our team produces a profile video of each honoree. This video was produced in early 2019.
The Fly Life is a social media video series created in partnership with our client CLS Strategies. The videos feature employees at major airlines and cargo carriers. The goal of the series is to raise awareness and promote careers in the aviation industry.
Budgeting any project can be a struggle, especially when it comes to video. Many people have a difficult time wrapping their heads around the costs associated with producing a video. The key to getting the results you want are putting together a budget that best fits the end goal. If you want an 8K crane shot of Times Square with your company’s logo superimposed on every screen, but you don’t have the budget to hire the camera, crane operator or shut down NYC traffic, you may have to rethink why that shot is important to the story you’re telling. But, if you want your video to convey a sense of elegance and style through smooth camera movements, it’s much easier to budget for a video with that in mind. So how should you start budgeting your project?
It’s rare that an image comes to me in my edit suite that couldn’t be improved with a little color grading. Color grading is kind of like the icing on the cake. It’s the final pass that an editor will do on your video, going through shot by shot to tweak, correct, enhance or stylize your footage.
I was recently asked to define "high-quality video" and it got me thinking: Shouldn't all video be quality video? Do you need the qualifier high? Regardless there are some ways to define quality or high-quality video.