What is Videography?
From a technical standpoint, videography refers to the electronic capture of moving images on electronic media, such as digital cameras, videotapes, and streaming media. The term includes methods of video production and post-production. From today’s standpoint, it describes a certain style of hands-on video project.
With the digital era today, it’s nearly impossible to host an event without leaving a digital footprint, and if you’re going to leave a footprint, you might as well make your mark through visual media. Videography is simply the
production of videos from concept to completion, generally in a small scale ranging from a team of a few individuals to a single person who handles all aspects from shooting the video to setting and editing. Mainly because of the advancement in video technologies, the line between cinematography and videography has begun to blur, with many videographers beginning to call themselves cinematographers. Despite the identical technology for these two areas of focus, a simple yet very distinct fact between the two is still present. Cinematography involves the visual and overall direction in the production of movies intended for theaters, whereas videography, no matter the scale, refers to any production not intended for theaters.
When it comes to the scope of the work, whether it’s an academic event, corporate meeting, or outdoor event, like homecoming, videography is ideal for documenting the event and bringing a dynamic solution to make your message resonate with your audience. No matter what type of videography you’re interested in, the key is to tell a compelling story that engages the viewer.
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Advanced Staging Productions believes there is nothing more engaging to your audience than a compelling, authentic, and visual story through video content. Whether you need pre-recorded presentations, presenter video walk-ups, or brand videos to tell your unique story; Advanced Staging Productions’ team will be a part of the entire process from concept to completion.