View NDP 2016: Our Parade & Ceremony Journey at: vimeo.com/178928182
As August draws to an end, we would like to share with you a project we have been working on since May. The National Day Parade is an event that is particularly close to our hearts as a crew. Most would remember our maiden web series project, We Will Get There, which chronicled the experiences of eight participants from the various marching contingents in the 2012 edition.
That year, we also produced the Key Appointment Holder videos that were broadcast live on TV and the stage screen as the Parade & Ceremony segment commenced.Some of our crew members have even participated in the parade in numerous other capacities as National Servicemen.
Check out the Marlin Diaper Bag campaign at: indiegogo.com/projects/marlin-probably-the-worlds-best-diaper-bag
Check out the Marlin Diaper Bag Campaign Promo (Full Version) at: vimeo.com/177217922
We're happy to showcase this crowdfunding campaign promo video we produced for February 29, starring the ever-so-sporting Chris Bucko, who should be familiar to those who watch Suria often.
The post-production workflow is often a mystery to those working outside the industry, especially Clients. While the pre-production and production stages of a project require massive amounts of "face-time" with the Client, the edit remains mostly behind closed doors, with Clients only managing to review edits without knowing what actually goes on during post-production.
This is the first in a three part series on our post-production workflow. Each part will cover a few stages of post-production, with a whopping ten in total (we think?)! While we do not speak for the workflow of other studios, we believe that most of the stages are prettyyy much the same with some minor differences here and there. Let's begin with the first one...
Video production updates and thoughts