Category: Tom’s Video Production Tips

Fireside Tips for Smart Phone Video Success The ability to create your own videos is as readily available as the smart phone in your pocket! Whether you’re capturing messages for a tribute video, recording a video resume or streaming your … Continue reading

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Fireside Production is celebrating its 10th Anniversary this year.  It has been an amazing ride, and we have been privileged to partner with so many wonderful organizations in this video production journey.  After a decade of producing video content, our … Continue reading

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I was reminded recently by someone I highly respect (my wife) on the importance of the opening shot in a video.  An opening shot is the very first scene you see in the piece.  Not only is it a chance … Continue reading

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It is really hard to surf through social media these days without coming across video.  In fact, some sites like Facebook automatically play videos when your cursor makes contact. Is this a good thing?  Yes, it is!  Video is awesome … Continue reading

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Tips from Denver video production company, Fireside Production for a low-impact video production shoot. Continue reading

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There’s always a great deal of excitement when you’re getting ready for a video shoot.  A successful shoot starts before you leave the door – with solid preparation.  There is always some luck involved with a great shoot – the elements falling … Continue reading

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At Fireside Production, delivering videos that captivate and inspire is something we take great pride in.  However, there are other ingredients to a successful project that we also strive to meet with each and every video. The first is low … Continue reading

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In my last blog, I wrote about just how valuable video tips are today and the generosity of those who produce and post them online.  I’ve always enjoyed creating Tom’s Video Tips for our quarterly newsletter, The Creative Kindling – and would like to … Continue reading

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I have had conversations with many of my colleagues lately on creating videos with the film look. Because getting the film look is so achievable with the plethora of cameras with detachable lenses, it just makes sense to bring that … Continue reading

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The most fulfilling part of being a videographer to me is the journey.  No, I don’t mean the occasional trip to an out-of-state location but rather the entire journey itself and the quest to constantly get better at the craft.  … Continue reading

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