Corporate event videography in St. Louis, Missouri

Looking for a corporate events photographer and/or a videographer to cover your event in St. Louis? Need photos and videos for your marketing communications?

We provide affordable packages for every business occasion for Photography/Videography services.

Our corporate video production process takes marketing and training video production from start to finish. We customize each solution based on your particular needs. With a long history of working with PR & marketing client’s, our St Louis video production company takes a strategic approach to developing creative video content. Our proven video production services make it easy for any business to add high-quality corporate video production to their website, digital marketing, content marketing, PR campaigns, and social media efforts.

Corporate events video production in St. Louis

Our core services also include; Executive Headshots and Portraits, Team Photos, Advertising Photography, Events and Meeting Video, Video Editing and Production.

Mike Haller
314-913-5626
stlouisvideostudio@gmail.com

Testimonials and Broll video production.

We work closely with businesses, organizations, and industry professionals to bring their stories to life through stunning video production that builds awareness and grows loyalty. We create video marketing content that speaks to their audiences and meets their creative communication needs.

There are many ways to create a video testimonial, all with different advantages.

We explore how your business can ask customers and employees to record appropriate testimonials, what you should include in a video testimonial, as well as how such customer review videos can help your business grow.

We work in our studio or a camera crew is sent to a predetermined location, usually a customer’s home or office. They set up their equipment and interview one or more people. We will also capture some b-roll footage of the location, the interview subject at work, or other footage that places the content of the video in context.

From there all the footage is reviewed for editing and post-production. The end result is a universal digital file suitable for web and social media delivery.

Mike Haller
314-913-5626
stlouisvideostudio@gmail.com

Employee training and recruiting videos.

Our video production crews have the necessary experience needed to create any training video your business may need.

Educational videos are designed to be engaging, while also informative. They can communicate workplace procedures and follow through. They can be used for recruitment as well as new hires.

Safety videos warn employees about possible dangers in the workplace and about company safety policies that they need to be followed.

E-learning videos are ideal for employees that are not working on site and need to know the proper company’s policies.

We enjoy helping business owners use their unique vision to create an engaging employee training videos that can be used for years to come.

Mike Haller
314-913-5626
stlouisvideostudio@gmail.com

St. Louis Video Studio – executive on camera.

Video Editing and Post-Production is one of the most important parts of the video production process. Post-production integrates all of the work we’ve done starting in the pre-production phase through the actual filming of your corporate video production.

During post-production, our video editing team will work on your corporate video to build a video asset that meets the initial vision that we discussed during pre-production. With that initial vision in mind, our team of experienced editors will work to create a business video that tells your story.

Corporate videos are used for a wide range of purposes and at St Louis Video Production Company, we always make it a point to understand the needs and intended usage of our clients.  Whether you need a video to share ideas, cover an event, use internally, for training purposes or for a marketing plan, we can take care of all your audio and video needs. 

Mike Haller

314-913-5626

stlouisvideostudio@gmail.com

St Louis Video Studio – Interviews with your stakeholders.

Video has become a commodity of sorts. It seems like everybody’s in on the act … some of it is good, and some not so good. What is it that makes a video succeed? It usually boils down to one thing: Planning. If you are considering hiring professionals to craft a video, the first thing should ask yourself is: what is the purpose? Which is another way of asking, what is the message?

Once you have defined your message, you can decide the best way to deliver it. So there: you have started your planning. Your chances of producing a successful project have taken a giant leap forward! Too many people make the mistake of grabbing a camera, shooting footage, and then try piecing it all together and hoping for the best. It’s not a good approach. You wouldn’t build a house without a blueprint, would you? Crafting a video is the same thing. And your unique blueprint is your script.

We can’t overstate the importance of script preparation. Scriptwriting is not easy, and sometimes not fun, but it’s the single most important element for the work we do. And it’s important to do it early in the production process. Give it the attention it deserves. A script will take the guesswork out what footage needs to be captured by your video crew. This helps reduce wasted time, and allows your crew to spend more time getting the shots you really need.

St Louis Video Studio Production. Setting the proper stage for your next marketing communications project.

With video, as with many things in life, the devil is in the details. Spending time at the beginning to plan will save enormous headaches later on. We are talking about things like locations, budgets, graphics, and the rest of the nuts and bolts. There is too much to get into in this short video. But if you’d like to learn more, feel free to contact us.

We would love to help.

Mike Haller 314-913-5626 stlouisvideostudio@gmail.com

We work well with non professional talent – St Louis Video Studio

When you are working with non-professionals on the set, rehearsal is essential. Make sure your actors are very familiar with their blocking (the movement of the actor from one point to another), motivation for their lines and any “business” you may want them to perform while acting their parts. Business is a film term for the actions the actor may be doing to make the character authentic.

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If you are shooting a scene with a mother, you may have her making sandwiches for her children before they run off to school. The making of the sandwiches is the actor’s business. A chef may be preparing food, a doctor performing surgery or a police officer cleaning a gun. It is essential that the business be well-rehearsed, so it looks very natural.  Acting is more than delivering lines. It is inhabiting the character in such a way that it becomes real. Nothing is more distracting than watching a character perform an action he doesn’t understand or has not practiced and perfected. Non-professionals, if typecast, can perform quite well if they relate to their characters and are familiar with the type of business their character is assigned.

Robert Haller
314-892-1233
stlouisvideostudio@gmail.com

St Louis Video Studio | Marketing and Training Films

Our small creative team is made up of experienced writers, producers, directors, shooters, editors, visual effects artists, and motion graphics artists.

We’ll bring your story to life!

Our team has worked together for years on thousands of projects, and as a result, every client receives a consistent quality video.

We own some of the highest quality equipment available and we bring it along on almost every shoot.

We have proven over and over again that our ability to create concepts is not just for commercial work but for film as well.  We feel confident that our production value paired with our original concepts will exceed your expectations.

St Louis Studio for Photography and Video Production.

St Louis Studio for Photography and Video Production.

Robert Haller
314-892-1233
stlouisvideostudio@gmail.com

We’ll help you take advantage of social media sites with your video production.

Video camera viewfinderOnline video marketing is now the leading way to market products and services of all types. Today, it is one of the few online marketing tools that are used extensively to promote any kind of business or service. Online video marketing is popular because it can be combined with social media sites.

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Social networking sites are home to many page visitors. Over 80 % of the people that browse the internet simply do so for purposes of gaining access to social media sites. This attribute alone makes social media sites some of the best marketing platforms for the sales of your products and services. It simply means the chances of realizing your marketing goals when you choose to use social media sites for promoting your corporate video are very high. This is what makes corporate video production one of the best ways to promote a business of any type.  We’ve worked with hundreds of firms to help them gain exposure to the new media.

Robert Haller
314-892-1233
stlouisvideostudio@gmail.com

St Louis Video Studio | Control Your Lighting

Lighting
It’s always to your advantage to control the lighting as much as possible in order to get a truly cinematic look. Sometimes however, you may not be able to control the light as much as you would like. In the situation, you can still choose angles that use the light you do have to the best of your ability.

The overall brightness of a scene is often referred to as being high key or low key. High key lighting floods the entire scene with high levels of light so that everything is brightly lit. It is used for happy, or upbeat scenes. By contrast, low key lighting is dark. It makes greater use of shadows than illumination and, as a result, it creates drama and suspense.

Female talent presenter Interviewing In St Louis Video Television Studio With Crew In Foreground

Female talent presenter Interviewing In St Louis Video Television Studio With Crew In Foreground

Robert Haller
314-892-1233
stlouisvideostudio@gmail.com

Video Studio Saint Louis | Production and Editing Planning

Corporate Business Sense

Our staff is steeped in business knowledge with both internal and external communication projects. Our promotional and teaching experiences in consumer products, agency, and technology sectors is especially broad in scope.

What does that experience mean for YOU?

A fast production start. We get up to speed quickly and can work autonomously. We partner with our clients to hear their corporate communication needs, and then our team gets to work creating and executing on a solid, outcome-based plan.

We know you’re busy. Don’t worry, we’ve got this!

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A Multi-talented, and Efficient Bench

We maintain a dedicated full-time management of account leadership and creative production professionals.  We are concerned as you are about Cost and time efficiency, all while maintaining the highest level of creativity and quality. Project due in a week? Production teams needed in different locations simultaneously? We can dedicate multiple producers to our clients’ projects if needed.

 

314-892-1233

Rob Haller, St Louis Video Producer

robh@hallerconcepts.com