When we first met Carol Farrar, a real estate agent in San Diego, we were immediately impressed with her personality. Above all, she “got it”! She understood the importance of video for her business. Right away the ideas were flying about how video could improve her business. Soon after, we set to work on her first simple project. Carol has a plan to incorporate video in many aspects of her work, but she first wanted to start with her home page. We created a simple “Welcome” video to be featured front and center to introduce her clients to the features they will find on her site.
Take a look:
One of our passions is helping small businesses grow by using video. We can help add a bit of spark to your website or interest to your blog. Video is just one component that will draw audiences to your content.
Recently, we created a video business profile for Zen Media Inc., a consultation company that helps develop your media image. A brief video, custom made to fit your style and story website visitors what your business is all about in a creative way.
Many times we are asked to film a business profile to be used for website marketing. Recently, we had the pleasure of doing just that for a San Diego entreprenuer. Stacey Ross, founder of San Diego Bargain Mama, has ventured out into providing media consulting services to businesses. Her years of experience gaining media exposure gives her an edge above the rest.
Watch to find out more about Stacey and SR Media Consulting:
If you would like to have us film your business profile for your website or video marketing, email us at email@example.com. We would love the opportunity to make your business shine!
Last week we were so happy to find out some great news. Did you hear about it? Murasaki Media won first place for Best Wedding Videographer on the San Diego A-list! WOW! We have to take a moment to thank all of our fans who took time to cast a vote. We appreciate each and every one. Thank you so much.
Photo by Melissa McClure Photography
A few months ago, we showcased a guest blogger who discussed the importance of makeup for your shoot. It makes a big different in the lens and is a decision that you will not regret. This month, we asked Lindsay Ann Makeup Artistry to give some tips on how to keep your makeup long lasting on your shoot. Lindsay specializes in wedding and event makeup in San Diego, California and travels to other locations. She offer both airbrush and traditional makeup using MAC Cosmetics and other high-end high definition (HD) makeup. Read what she suggests to keep that face pretty all day.
So it’s the big day, you look amazing. You should look amazing; you calculated your every move to make you look like YOU- the amazing version. Whether you hired a professional or did your own fabulousness, here are a few tips to keep you looking awesome under the glare of cameras all day.
Primer- It all starts before you even lay the paint down on your face. Apply a face and separate eye primer to ensure your makeup stays put. You can skip the eye primer if you’re on a budget and use a concealer but make sure it’s set very well with translucent powder.
Face Setting Spray- After you’ve been dolled up, mist a bit of a makeup setting spray like Model In a Bottle, or if you’re oily, Urban Decay De-Slick. This will take away the powdery look and make sure your makeup stays in place all day.
Touch up kit- Pack a little bag to take with you just in case you encounter a makeup meltdown. In it, bring blotting papers with you to soak up any excess oil. Also, carry along the lip color used on your lips for ease of application. If you don’t own it, request a sample to be made or have your artist to use a longwear lipstick and gloss.
For more information about Lindsay Ann Makeup Artistry and the services available, visit www.lindsayannmakeup.com.