|16 June 2020|
It is encouraging that business owners are starting to plan and prepare for their Covid bounce-back. Our main priority is the safety and well-being of everyone that is involved in our workplace. That includes: colleagues, clients, visitors and service providers.
Currently, most of our team at Take One TV are still working remotely for the majority of the time. However, we have our first bookings very soon and so have taken steps to ensure a safe working environment for everyone who comes into our studio or visits our premises and have a fully operational protocol for safe filming.
|02 June 2020|
With so many of us working remotely due to the CV-19 pandemic, there has been an increased interest in using smartphones to create video content. It’s mostly for social media use, but we’ve also had clients who wanted their CEO to be able to send update messages to their remote working employees. On line communications with Zoom, Teams and Remo have brought groups together virtually, however, there is a growing need for communications with clients and employees on a more direct level where they are looking for information that will build confidence for their return to business. The good news is that most smartphones have a good video camera on board, so with a few tips and a little planning you can get some very interesting and memorable footage which will create good memories for the future and help prepare for a confident return to business.
Here are some top tips to help you get good results from filming on a smartphone.
|31 March 2020|
Whether you’re catching up with friends and relatives or discussing business with colleagues, it’s important to keep in contact with one another. So we thought that we would share our top 5 video conferencing applications with you.