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Production Services

Concept Development: All good things start with a whiteboard a creative team that has achieved MILLIONS of views on social media. We brainstorm, write script, and outline the main message or story of the video.

Storyboarding: Create a visual representation of the video's scenes and shots. This helps in planning the composition and sequence of shots.

Budgeting and Scheduling: Determine the budget for the project, including expenses for equipment, personnel, locations, and post-production. Create a production schedule that outlines the timeline for shooting and editing.


Casting: If the video involves actors or presenters, auditions may be held to select the right talent for the roles.


Crew Hiring: Assemble a crew, including the director, director of photography (DP), camera operators, sound engineers, lighting technicians, and other necessary personnel.

Casting and Talent Acquisition

Location Scouting: Find suitable locations for shooting based on the script and storyboard.

Set Design: If the video requires custom sets, props, or decorations, these should be prepared in advance.

Location Scouting and Set Design

Camera Setup: Prepare and configure cameras, lenses, and other filming equipment.

Lighting Setup: Ensure proper lighting for each scene, including the use of key lights, fill lights, and background lights. c. Sound


Setup: Set up microphones and audio recording equipment to capture high-quality sound.

Equipment Setup

Directing: The director oversees the shooting process, guiding the actors and crew to capture the desired shots.

Cinematography: The DP and camera operators are responsible for framing shots, adjusting camera settings, and ensuring proper camera movements.

Sound Recording: Sound engineers capture clean audio, including dialogue and ambient sounds.

Continuity: Ensure consistency in actors' performances, props, and lighting from shot to shot.

Safety: Prioritize safety on set to prevent accidents or injuries.

Production (Shooting)

Video Editing: The raw footage is reviewed, selected, and edited together to create a cohesive video. This includes cutting, trimming, and adding transitions.

Audio Post-Production: Sound editing and mixing are performed to enhance audio quality. This involves adding music, sound effects, and adjusting audio levels.

Color Correction and Grading: Adjust the color and tone of the video to achieve the desired look and style.

Visual Effects (VFX): If necessary, incorporate visual effects, animations, or graphics into the video.

Title and Graphics: Add titles, captions, and graphics as needed.

Review and Revisions: The client and team review the edited video and provide feedback. Revisions are made as necessary.


Exporting: The final video is exported in the desired format and resolution for distribution.

Delivery: Share the video with the client or audience through appropriate channels, such as online platforms, broadcast, or physical media.

Export and Delivery

Distribution Strategy: Decide how and where the video will be distributed, whether through social media, websites, television, or other means.


Promotion: Promote the video to reach the target audience, using marketing strategies, social media campaigns, and SEO optimization.

Distribution and Promotion

Gather Feedback: Collect feedback from the audience and clients to assess the video's impact and quality.

Evaluation: Analyze the success of the video project and identify areas for improvement in future productions.

Feedback and Evaluation
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