Posts Tagged ‘video’

Published on February 13, 2012

Camera, lights, action!

This week, Ed and Rachel have been creating content for an exciting project, involving the use of multimedia techniques to help assist and train sales representatives for one of our clients. With the help of our film crew and Professor David Barlett, consultant in restorative dentistry and Head of Prosthodontics at King’s College London Dental […]

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Published on July 20, 2011

Ladie Go’Diva encourages students to take a trip to the dentist

NHS Coventry’s recent campaign to get students through the door of dental practices involves the not-so-beautiful looking Ladie Go’Diva singing her debut single, Bad Nashers. The music video highlights the problems with students neglecting their oral health by drinking alcohol and not brushing their teeth. The lyrics include lines like these “I need the NHS […]

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Published on November 3, 2010

André Presents… A Seasonal Sequel

Inspired by the success of last week’s Halloween video, André has created a second seasonal short, this time in celebration of Bonfire Night and its glittering excesses. [youtube=] As before, the short was shot using an HDD Handycam and edited using After Effects, substituting sparklers for the earlier glowing pumpkin. Since Christmas will soon be […]

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Published on October 29, 2010

A Halloween Treat…

Inspired by the coming of Halloween, our Studio Manager André has put together a short but suitably frightening video on a carved pumpkin/ lantern theme… [youtube=] André filmed the short on a Sony Digital HDD HandyCam, and then edited it for added creepiness using Adobe After Effects- one of the many benefits of our recent […]

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Published on October 21, 2010

Examples of Great Advertising 1: JetBlue’s YouTube Campaign

American airline JetBlue this week launched a new, YouTube-based advertising campaign poking gentle fun at the catering , customer service and operational practices of rival airlines. The hidden camera-style ads see members of the public receiving inadequate, overpriced and bizarre goods and services from a street vendor, a New York taxi driver and an elevator […]

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