If Video Production in San Diego is what you’re looking for, uh huh, uh huh: BizVid Communications is the place to go, uh huh, uh huh. Okay, so we may not be rappers in that way, but we sure enjoy getting down and jiggy with great videos. Actually, see what we mean when we identify ourselves as rappers, by viewing the video link below.
Here, BizVid’s Bill and Caz offer insights about what goes on behind the scenes. “It can be considered a bee hive with all the activities going on.” says Director Bill Gruber. “We have several crew members that set up the equipment during the morning. In fact, we were on this particular Logos Bible Study shoot on a Saturday morning at 6 am. We set up three cameras, set up lights, set up a switching console, set up audio. It’s a very complicated process, but it also comes together to make a smooth video for our clients.” According to Bill’s BizVid partner Caz Taylor, “During the video session, Bill is in control. He is called the director. His job is to be onsite, directing the action from three monitors which show the activities of the three cameras. From his seat of authority, he gives the instructions to pull to this shot, and pan to that shot. He might tell camera two to follow the talent, while pulling to a wide shot. He may direct camera three to pick up audience reactions… and so forth.”
Caz goes on to add, as they offer further production insights, that one of the things they like to do most, happens at the close of a video production, once script has been fulfilled and the talent has concluded. Bill and Caz mark the end of the production day by saying “That’s a wrap.” Okay, it was a little stretch to call us rappers in the traditional sense, as the blog’s headline implies. None the less, it is a lyric that crew, talent, clients and even Bill and Caz love the most. Then, it is a matter of putting all our gear away and leaving the site as we found it. Now, since we’re at the end of this blog, it is appropriate to say, “That’s a wrap.”