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Types of Professional Video Cameras

A professional video camera is a high-end recording device that is used in professional video productions in which the quality of the finished piece is of utmost priority. There are multiple types of professional cameras, including studio cameras, ENG cameras, EFP cameras, and remote cameras. Studio cameras were originally created for the purpose of filming within a controlled studio environment.…

What is Electronic Field Production?

You may not have heard the technical term before, but you’ve undoubtedly seen it on television: electronic field production (EFP) is a television production industry term for video production that occurs in “the field”—a location outside of a formal studio and is instead in a special venue. EFP is most commonly used for pre-award show parties, concerts, news interviews, political…

Everyday Problems in Shooting Video

At NG Production Films, we take pride in our video production services, our hard work and dedication is what has perfected our skills to give our clients nothing but the best. Sometimes, however, someone will attempt to do the filming on their own before they hire a professional. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing, but when you don’t know much…

Why NG Production Films?

Sure, Orlando is a technology hub—as such, there are countless video production companies in the area. However, there’s only one correct choice when planning your next video production: NG Production Films. What makes us different from the competition? Firstly, we offer countless services not offered from typical video production companies. In addition to video production services such as commercials, live…

Creating a Successful Infomercial

Infomercials give entrepreneurs the chance to tell the story of their product and allow you to not only say what your product does, but also to show how it works. Infomercials generally bring in revenue of $91 billion per year in sales, and one successful spot alone can generate more than $40 million in sales within only three months! Successful…

Can Behind-the-Scenes Footage Help Your Corporate Video Production?

You may be considering the benefits of corporate video production for your company to help promote your services, interact with potential clients, and expand your brand, but have you ever thought about the possibilities involved with behind-the-scenes footage? Behind-the-scenes video is a documentary-like film that features the production of a film, television program, or any other type of video. Often…

How to Make Your Videos Viral

We live in an era in which our entertainment has become embedded in viral videos. These videos have become popular through sharing on the Internet, typically through video sharing websites such as YouTube and social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter. Undoubtedly you’ve laughed along with the baby ripping paper, winced as you watched the “Will it Blend?” guy…

Man on the Street Interviews

A recent trend within investigative journalism has been a special type of interview, called “man-on-the-street” interviews. For this type of interview, a reporter—or anyone else researching a particular subject in which they need a response from the public—hits the streets to question the public impromptu. If you are thinking about utilizing this type of interview for your research, follow these…

One-Camera Technique vs. Using Multiple Cameras

There are two basic ways to make your video production: One-Camera Technique Multiple-Camera Technique WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE? Traditionally, films were shot using the one-camera technique. With this technique, one camera is placed in multiple locations and the scene is then repeated multiple times to capture each angle on camera. For a movie, several months are spent shooting the footage and…

Filming an Interview

I recently read an article posted quite a while ago on SEO E-blog on the proper way to film an interview. Even though the article was posted over a year ago, the tips provided remain applicable today. Follow these tips below to make filming your next interview as easy as possible: 1.    Know what your interview is about beforehand. A…