Boost your brand-establishing video to great new heights with style and attitude.
What's With The Cameras?
At Sky Jellyfish Video Production, our videos always have a reaction in mind that you want your audience to have, or an action you want them to take.
In order to get both of those tasks accomplished, we have to engage the viewer - and a key component to engagement is relevance, variety and energy in the shots that are taken!
Let us know your requirements, and we'll tell you how long your shoot will take.
Oh no, we've run out of film!
First - why do you need a video in the first place?
Solving this need is our main focus. We draw upon our knowledge and skill to provide a real solution to this need - without just jumping to "making a video".
For that reason, hiring the right video company to produce your project is critical. That's us!
We always bring spare batteries. In fact, we bring 12.
The Three Pillars of Shooting
Good shooting takes experience and an eye for what looks good. But there are three things we also take into account when shooting for you - and they're important.
Our skilled production crew has been working with corporates, businesses, government departments and real estate agents for the past 11 years.
We understand your requirements and can't wait to make your video pop with some videography. And yes, that's a frog up there in the title. Why? Just to make sure you're paying attention.
The key to footage that supports your goals is making the message the star - not the style of the shots. We don't want to steal focus from the message we're trying to convey - unless, of course, the message is the style.
Making things smooth ensures that the content of the shot is the focus - not the shot itself.
We take shooting seriously - because we take the output seriously.
That means shots lists, scripts, setting your expectations, checking times, scouting your location, checking hair, make-up and clothing to be worn, checking the weather (grey skies make footage dull, rain, wind and thunder can interfere with sound), and checking for flight paths overhead, traffic noise and nearby trains.