Posts by Therese

Approvals

The DVI Group is continually coming up with ways to streamline our process in an effort to make it easier for our clients to approve their videos. To that end, a new online approval process is now in place! Once a video has been shot and is being edited in post production, DVI clients are...

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Voice Talent

There are videos that don’t require on camera talent and others that do include talent, but that talent does not speak on camera. Each of these instances rely on great voice over talent to tell the story. The DVI Group has access to thousands of voice talents and will do an extensive search to find...

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Wardrobe

In a previous post, I talked about business professionals being asked to speak on camera on behalf of their company and how DVI assists in making them look good while they do it. Another aspect of making you look good is assistance with your wardrobe. Most of the time we work with professional stylists, but...

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Looking Good

Some of our productions involve clients that ask their CEO, Medical Director, Sales Manager, etc. to speak on camera on behalf of their company. Some people panic knowing they will be in front of a camera, but don’t worry, The DVI Group has plenty of experience and lots of suggestions for making you look good...

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Finding Talent

Finding the perfect talent for a specific project is one very important piece to the successful outcome of a production. Almost every production requires talent, and the search for that talent starts with identifying what is needed for the production. For example, first we identify the general criteria required: gender, age range, height/weight, etc., then...

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Location Scouting

Location, location, location. One big question for every production is “where are we going to shoot?” In a studio? Does it require a green screen? How large of a space is needed? Or will it be in a fabulous kitchen like several productions the dvi group just completed for Calphalon. To get the right look,...

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Now this is a crane.

Last friday we had a big production shoot for a big client which meant pulling out the big guns.  We started the morning off by setting up a thirty-six foot crane to get a stunning shot of a family at the lake .  In fact, the crane ended up being so long that we had...

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