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The process. An abridged (and slightly rose coloured) storyline of the process of video making for small business.
Matt was laid up with a back injury and had some time to research his latest project: a video for physiotherapy practice MGS. Happily he found me! (Google page 3... must work on that! All I can say is thanks to injuries!)
We met over coffee and sandwiches and had a chat. (His back was still sore, but on the mend.)
He spoke to the other physios from his practice to get the o.k. to go ahead with the video project. (Not really sure of the inner workings of the physios, but I'm sure there were some adjustments required by all after this discussion.)
They said "yes" and we had a meeting to discuss script requirements, shots needed, compared diaries and worked towards a date.
We found a date!
We filmed, twice, at MGS Mona Vale for different parts of the video, and the editing all came together on the Mac (Adobe PP).
All footage including the finished videos - 2 version - were delivered to Matt on his harddrive for future use (Always a good idea).
There you have it... not so hard after all was it?
MGS Manly, it's your turn next!!
Yes, the final video will be much more slick, but I thought I'd put up a quick teaser first!! And I'm waiting for the logo animation, so can't make any further progress till then... says my procrastinating self! What glory can come from a third hand ikea table, some bunnings coated ply and a borrowed lazy susan...
Thanks peter god my lighting kit came in time because boy did I need it. With apologies to Carol for the dodgy stills... but I'm a video gal first and foremost! (just don't tell the magazine who took the photos and we'll be apples.)
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