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Online video content we produced for The Athlete’s foot reaches a quarter of a million views!

Posted by on Oct 13, 2015 in Featured Articles, recent work | 0 comments

Over the last few years cameraoperatorsydney.com have built a fantastic professional relationship with Australian retail footwear company, The Athlete’s foot. We have produced over 40 online videos which to date have gained over a quarter of a million views on youtube alone! Not bad eh!     Working closely with the marketing department and key shoe brands, these videos have dramatically increased social media engagement and a high return on investment for the national retail brand. From upcoming new release teasers to how to tie your laces videos, The Athlete’s foot...

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Interview techniques in Video Production

Posted by on Sep 13, 2015 in Featured Articles | 0 comments

Today we are talking about a staple in a lot of corporate video production videos, if video production were your stock standard meat and 3 veg, this would be the meat, it is – the interview. Video interviews can take on many variations, have different approaches and different outcomes and when done right can really move your message along and get your audience thinking. They can serve as your narrative, moving your video along at a nice pace and keeping the audience engaged – especially if you use a number of interviews and share the message across a few interviewees. The following tips...

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We provide camera crew for Channel 7 show – My Dubai

Posted by on Sep 1, 2015 in Featured Articles, recent work | 0 comments

In February 2015 cameraoperatorsydney.com provided TV camera crew to shoot a 4 episode series in Dubai documenting the huge amount of attractions this fascinating Emirate has to offer. The shows went to air in early August 2015 on Channel 7two Australia and received a great response from audiences and social media channels alike. Below are the full episodes available for viewing. We hope you enjoy watching them as much as we had making them. If you are looking for crew to take care of your TV show or series then don’t hesitate to get in touch, we are ready to go! My Dubai Episode 1...

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7 lessons I’ve learnt since becoming a freelance cameraman.

Posted by on Jul 10, 2015 in Featured Articles | 0 comments

Are you are a skilled and experienced video creative or a production house in Australia? Looking for an innovative avenue to gain more work with companies around Australia actively looking to create videos for their business? Vidibid can help. Connecting businesses with video creatives     7 lessons I’ve learnt since becoming a freelance cameraman.   I have been wanting to write an article like this for a little while now, and seeing as it’s raining outside and I have no shoots on, today seems like a good day to do it! There are loads to resources to...

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Ring Masters – Profile film shot in 4k

Posted by on May 21, 2015 in Featured Articles | 0 comments

    Ring masters is a new promotional profile film that our production crew have recently been working on. Shot by staff member Paul Moses, Ring Masters goes into the world of bodyweight training and specifically, olympic rings training. The film was shot overnight in an empty gym in Burwood, Inner-west Sydney. Using cutting edge 4k camera technology (Sony FS700 & Odyssey 7Q+) to produce stunning results in a very atmospheric space. Produced by cameraoperatorsydney.com’s sister company, Lumanation & in collaboration with the ring fraternity and the loop camera gear...

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A few reasons we are looking forward to trying out Frame.io

Posted by on Mar 29, 2015 in Equipment, Featured Articles | 0 comments

There are no right and wrong ways of delivering video content to clients over the internet these days. Many production houses use a variety of platforms from e-mail, large file transfer websites such as wetransfer and hightail, vimeo, youtube, google drive or wistia just to name a few. We currently use a mix of vimeo pro and google drive to deliver draft and finished versions of videos to our clients and this has worked well for the last few years. There is a new kid on the block coming though – and it looks very promising. Frame.io aims to “pick up where vimeo left off” in...

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