When I meet with potential clients, one question that I get asked is, "How much does it cost to make a video?" Well, that's a great question, and I'm glad you asked! Clients often want a straight forward answer, like, "it's $2,000 per finished minute", or "There are 3 options: $5,000, $15,000 and $75,000", or, "Here's a rate card". In order to answer that question, may I use an analogy? Buying a video is similar to buying a house, i.e. not all
When we think of rising to the occasion in order to make something happen that will prove to be what's best for the next generation, this motivational video captures just that!
This motivational video describing one Hero's Journey takes a humorous approach to participating in worthwhile causes.
Like most everyone in the cinematography industry, I was fascinated and somewhat doubtful when Jim Jannard announced at the 2006 NAB that RED Digital Cinema Camera Company would build a 4K digital camera. Well, they delivered on their promise just 17 months later when RED ONE debuted. Capturing 4K images at up to 60 fps, RED ONE provided out-of-the-box functionality at feature film quality.
This motivational video is very kinetic in touch, sight and sound; about a relationship of a superstar and how she is inspired by her own sister.
“Hard knocks” illustrates how I feel each day before engaging in sales conversations. Before I make one single call to a prospect, essentially I feel at a disadvantage, sometimes even inadequate. Then come the thoughts, “You’ll never get these.” “You don’t have enough time to make the calls.” “One call doesn’t matter; do something else instead.” But, once I connect with a prospect, and begin asking questions and engaging with the client, the game changes.
One of the best motivational videos illustrating that when things don't go as planned, providing a push can make the difference in achieving a dream.
This is one of the best motivational videos that illustrate how our thoughts, positive or negative, create results, either positive or negative. Do thoughts matter?