BLUEFOREST BLOG

The Newest Tool in Marketing: LinkedIn Video Ads

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A source from Reel SEO recently reported on a blog from LinkedIn Marketing Solutions that stated the professional networking site would now accept video ads in order for their clients to market to other business professionals. All it requires is a YouTube URL to a video of maximum 30 seconds and some simple text to go with the video. read more »


Basic Lighting for your Video Production

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Lighting is one of the key elements in video production and it makes all the difference when it comes to the quality of your video. Here are some lessons we’ve learned in lighting over the years: The quality of your video sends a message about the quality of your product. Using good lighting can make a huge read more »


The Atlantic Creative Intern Experience

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Working as an intern for Blueforest Studios gave me the opportunity to better my skills for my career path by having the chance to do two voiceovers and allowing me to not only act in a video but be involved with editing. In addition, I was presented with the opportunity to view a screening along with read more »


Leveraging Your Video on Vimeo

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There are so many video sharing sites out there but one has reigned supreme for the past few years.  YouTube is great for sharing funny cat videos and even marketing videos that you’d like to have found in search.  But what about videos that are for a more targeted audience or for an interface that read more »


4k UHD

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The latest video technology, used in such featured films as The Amazing Spiderman and The Great Gatsby, has come to Blueforest Studios. Heralded as the best picture quality on the market, 4k film is often shot on cameras manufactured by Red Digital Cinema Company, established by sunglass mogul Jim Jannard: the founder of Oakley. While read more »


The Top 4 Reasons You Should Care About 4k

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If you are reading this article, I assume you’ve heard of 4k at this point.  If you’re still not sure what it is, here’s a brief overview. You’ve heard of 1080p which is a video with a resolution of 1920×1080. That’s a lot of pixels and produces some great images on your home TV if read more »


How to Utilize Video to Make a Crowdfunding Campaign Successful

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Have you built a great product that targets a specific niche market? Have a functional prototype that will knock the socks off potential customers? Then you’ve probably considered a crowdfunding campaign. Here’s how you run a video crowdfunding campaign to discover if your product, idea or software apppeals to your target market or the public. read more »


Infomercial vs. Commercial

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When you say infomercial, the first word that may come to your mind might be “annoying.”  We’ve all seen them, and some of us may have even succumbed to the power of the infomercial and purchased something. Whether it was by calling in right then to get the extra incentive or visiting the website or read more »


Red Epic vs. Canon DSLR

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As you know our team is always pushing the envelope on the tools and techniques that they use to create awesome video productions.  They are always learning, trying out new things and deciding which tools and techniques improve our video productions and which are just neat little tricks.  Well, they have been researching the Red read more »


What goes where? – Composition Basics

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Maybe you watched our documentary on NCRLA, and wondered about setting up a video interview, maybe not. Regardless, I wanted to share a few basic tips when composing your shot for a video interview. First off, you need to pick a place for the interview. Often times, people will want to do an interview in a read more »