Post Production & Post Editing

Color Grading & Corrections

Color grading is the process of modifying, enhancing, or altering the color in an image. It’s usually done in two stages; color correction and then grading.  Correction is fixing any issues with color to make the image look accurate. Grading is a creative process that alters the image for dramatic effect.  Smart color grade can make the difference between visually interesting shot and a dull one. It can help convey the story and set the atmosphere for the whole film. When properly done, color grade can take average footage or image and transform it into visually interesting one. It can really enhance the viewing experience.


Video stabilization technology helps to remove visual quality loss by reducing the unwanted shaking and jitters of an video, but does not influence intentional moving objects or camera panning.  Image stabilization is the most important in situations where you don’t have enough light to get a fast shutter speed. It tends to come in handy at sunset, sunrise, and indoors. 

Overlays & Animations

With such a large number of videos all trying to get viewers’ attention, it’s hard for companies to cut through the clutter. To get through the noise you can use a animated video. Animations are great to simplify a very complex topic. With a animated video you can bring concepts to life that text or live videos can’t. For example, with the help of animation, you can show how mechanisms and processes work. Animations can bring back memories, and animations are fun. Animation works fine for many marketing needs. You can create product explainer videos, infographics, and release announcements. One of the major advantages of using animation for your social media channels is that it is less expensive than live videos.

Lower Thirds & Titling

In its simplest form, a lower third can just be text overlying the video. … Some lower thirds have animated backgrounds and text.  Lower thirds are an effective way to provide your viewing audience with extra information.  If you’re filming a documentary, or any other interview-type program, keeping track of all of the subjects can get confusing without lower thirds.  Providing supporting information with lower thirds saves time during short segments. 

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