Studio recording with chromakey and autocue
This video was produced for team building events company Creative Team Events for use on its website and social media. It was recorded in Ultra HD 4k using a Sony camera and studio lighting. Chromakey (green screen) was used to provide a suitable studio backdrop and to enable integration with various video feeds. Autocue was used to minimise stress for the presenter.
This video was produced for Connecting Cambridgeshire, and features an extended interview using multiple 4k cameras. Additional capabilities used included motorised sliders and integration with computers.
Spotlight Theatre Highlights
This video was produced to showcase a not-for-profit youth musical theatre group called Spotlight Productions. Not only did it provide a great memento for the young performers and their parents, it also provided material to promote the group through social media, YouTube and the group's website. This was recorded using Ultra HD 4k video cameras using specialist lenses optimised for low-light conditions to minimise noise. View more videos and photos from Spotlight Productions.
Video interviews with chromakey and special effects
This video was created to promote a brand new activity for team building events company Creative Team Events. It was recorded in a studio with a Sony Ultra HD 4k camera, using chromakey green screen capabilities and several different backgrounds. Advanced video editing allowed the integration of video interviews recorded on mobile phones.
Rehearsal of Grease
Saxophonist Robert Burton
This excerpt is taken from a recording of a Christmas concert in Spaldwick Church, and features saxophonist Robert Burton accompanied by his brother. It was recorded by three Sony Ultra HD 4k cameras and separate audio microphones. Being a live concert, the recording was very challenging as additional lighting (which would be used in conventional TV recordings and broadcasts) could not be used. Specialist low-light cameras and lenses were essential.
This video was recorded in the home of drummer Mark Hunter. It was recorded very simply with just two Rode NT5 microphones and three Sony 4k cameras.
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