video tips

Preparing for a Shoot

Having over 14 years of experience in preparing for a shoot, there is only one thing The DVI Group can say: you can never be too prepared. We have some of the most skilled individuals in the business, and our advice is to always be aware and on guard, for you never know when things...

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Short and Sweet

When writing a script for a video production, it’s important that it is short and sweet. Every word should help tell your story, not detract from it. When scripts are kept short and sweet, story-lines are usually more effective. We’ll help you identify your primary messaging point so that we can effectively communicate your message...

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Location Scouting 101

Location, Location, Location. It’s the “where” in your video production equation. When finding a video location, there are lots of factors to consider. Here’s a quick tip guide. 1. PERMISSION If you are going to shoot on private property, get written permission from the owner. If you’re shooting at a business or a government facility...

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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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Tip – Talking Heads

Ok, you think your website needs a video. Your competitors have one, and you really want to tell your story to everyone that visits your website. You may also be thinking that you can tell the story best. Well, just being exposed to informational stimulus on video is not a guarantee that viewers will pay attention...

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