|20 September 2018|
Good quality audio is as important, if not more so than vision, and often gets forgotten about. Struggling to hear clear dialogue is one of the most common complaints levelled at feature films and TV nowadays.
|13 September 2018|
Not sure what you need to have before you start making your corporate video? Don’t worry, this blog is full of tips to help you get started.
|06 September 2018|
Now that we all have a handheld device, it’s very tempting to record a quick video using a smartphone. This blog gives some reasons to forego the video option on your smartphone and outsource to a professional video production company.
|30 August 2018|
Videos can be more accessible and more inclusive than text. Around 4 billion people have access to the internet world wide, so take advantage of that by posting your videos on your website and social media.
|22 August 2018|
Brand recognition for a business is hard won, and keeping to the brand style whilst supporting brand culture is something that often gets forgotten about when Brand Guides are drawn up.
|16 August 2018|
Royal Grammar Secondary School pupil, Finley Porter joined the Take One TV crew for a week to gain video work experience. It was a joy to have him and an even greater joy to read what he learnt over his few days with us.
|09 August 2018|
Throughout this blog I will be talking about the different types of analytics and how you can use them to help your business.
|02 August 2018|
Our blog this week has been penned by Jay Blake, Take One’s Brand Ambassador. Jay is rarely in the office with us, or indeed the studio; you will find him getting out and about speaking to people about their businesses, finding out about their challenges as well as their successes and investigating plans for the future. His blog has been inspired by a question we often get asked on first point of contact: How much would it cost to make a video?
|25 July 2018|
There is so much to consider when filming on location and takes a lot of scheduling and planning. Here we talk a bit about how to get through a sensible shooting schedule which is essential to make the time run smoothly.
|18 July 2018|
A draft law known as the ‘Copyright Directive’ designed to reform the existing digital copyright protection for on-line data has been voted down in the European Parliament with 318 MEP’s against and 278 MEP’s in favour of the new legislation. This means that the controversial new law will need to be re-drafted before being returned to the Parliament for a second time later this year.