There is a relatively new effect that is becoming quite popular lately. It is a way to make still images come alive by separating the subject of the picture from the background and moving them in 3D space. This video contains examples of this effect. I have been working with still photos in videos for … Continue reading »
We recently worked on a video that had a Chinese student as the host. After the shoot, I was told the Chinese student asked our client why I didn’t smell. Our client was taken aback at first, but then the Chinese student said that I was so serious, and she realized the student was saying … Continue reading »
Adding interactive menus to video presentations can be a great way to break up an otherwise linear presentation. Many of our online videos have simple navigation menus, but for the UD Campus Master Plan, we created an interactive map for navigation. The viewer can click the map to learn more about initiatives on campus. Pop-up … Continue reading »
I suppose a blog isn’t much of a blog if you don’t update it. We have been busy. And since our clients always get first priority, the blog has been neglected. As we head into the Thanksgiving holiday, I am thankful for all of our wonderful clients who have kept us busy. I am thankful … Continue reading »
I’ve been getting a lot of feedback on my blog posts. Very encouraging messages, like this one: Everyone loves your blog post.. excellent colors & concept. Performed you actually design and style this amazing site oneself as well as performed you hire an attorney to accomplish it for yourself? Plz answer seeing that I!|m trying … Continue reading »
In today’s connected world, ideas move faster than ever. The rapid exchange of ideas fuels innovation. Ideas are combined and built on each other. I recently read a great article by Chris Anderson, the curator of the TED Conferences, discussing “crowd accelerated innovation.” He suggests that the web, and specifically online video, is advancing ideas … Continue reading »
In 1911, a group of Dayton advertising professionals came together to form the association now known as AAF-Dayton. See the documentary revealing the storied history of advertising in Dayton… all of it is made up, of course, but isn’t that what advertising is all about?
We’re starting over with our new blog, but if you just can’t get enough, you can see an archive of our old blog here. On the old blog, you’ll find… The Secret Order of the Hermes. Videos we produced for the 2010 AAF-Dayton Hermes Awards show. Our Holiday Greeting. An early look at Blu-ray’s relevance … Continue reading »
Mike’s Back. Creating a new blog was the easy part. Populating it with current blog posts has been much more challenging.