Category Archives: Thoughts

Thoughts and opinions on video, events, and video production.

Being a nonpolitical, content agnostic business

Recently a lot of political and social movements have gained attention in both the media and the hearts of many individuals across the world. Some of these political causes have been exacerbated, misunderstood, distorted, emphasized, belittled, written about, commented on or otherwise gained special attention and some a bit of notoriety due to the US election season. Being my own person, I have a lot to say about these political issues. However, as a collective business, we have nothing to say. We’re a nonpolitical organization and do not take sides in debate or social issues. We exist to document and relay information from customers. Similar to how internet service providers are held to be “Net Neutral” providers, or doctors are obliged to save any person’s life — we are likewise agnostic to legal content passing through our lenses. We are not a filter. Continue reading “Being a nonpolitical, content agnostic business” »

Talking to A Human Is a Poor Experience

This post isn’t for the timid, feint of heart or closed-minded. We expect a divided response as this is likely a controversial topic for some. More accurately, it’s a strongly worded opinion about the future generations of consumers. For those aged 30 and older, try to keep an open mind. We feel strongly that the world is moving in a certain direction, and doing business with the generations under 30 (i.e., born after 1985) is, and will continue to be, very different than older customer segments.  Continue reading “Talking to A Human Is a Poor Experience” »

Advisory for video production companies upgrading to 4k resolution

We are halfway through 2014 and 4k video is on the horizon. As a video producer, filmmaker, production company, cinematographer or video freelancer you have probably wondered or asked yourself: When should I upgrade to 4k video? Or, when is the best time to upgrade to 4k resolution? Those are really good questions, with different answers depending on your situation and specific circumstances. But let’s think about the big picture first. Continue reading “Advisory for video production companies upgrading to 4k resolution” »