Image magnification or “IMAG” broadcasts a live camera feed to a projector for the audience in the rear parts of a large room to better see what’s happening on stage. Often times the live camera feed interchanges with graphics, videos, and pictures during a presentation.
Audio recording is standard for conferences, weddings, concerts, and other types of events where sound is important to the overall event production. Often times we interface with a separately provided PA system to capture a clean audio feed. For concerts, contact us about multi-track recording services.
Need your live event streamed to the web? We’ve got you covered. Simultaneous streaming with recording can be achieved with the same event. Check out our live streaming page for more information.
On-site editing available on request to provide event attendees a great way to cap off the end of your event.
360 video is compatible with most major online platforms including YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Vimeo, and more. Goggles and glasses are NOT required. 360 video can be pulled up on a computer or mobile device. It’s an interactive experience for your viewing audience that’s unique each time they watch it due to the viewer’s ability to look in any direction, at any time. Live streaming can also be accomplished directly from the camera too, so ask us about either capability for your 360 video needs. Check out samples on our 360 video page.
Candid portraits and on-site headshots are our specialty! Event photographers can be hired for as low as $500 with both high and web-resolution, retouched photos delivered with fast turnaround. Check out our Event Photography page for examples of our work in a wide variety of settings.