How to Take BETTER Cell Phone Video and Stills

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You’ve seen it. You know it. That shaky, thin, blurry, improperly exposed video to hat ends up on the nightly news with two blurry bars on the left and right. It’s like looking through a narrow, vertical kaleidoscope when placed on a tv screen….but why? 

Let’s attack this one first, because it is a national cell phone EPIDEMIC. The reasons that this happens come down to one technical term: aspect ratio. While filming, people hold the phone ...

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What happens when a champion cyclist with BIG thighs gets a BIG idea? She does this…..

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Team USA champion cyclist and Olympic hopeful, Beth Newell, has worked years to develop her cycling skills, but with one uncomfortable side effect: she had huge quads and glutes and couldn’t find clothes to fit. Main stream jeans would simply never would. When she received an article in the New York Times as a “Thigh-popping quad expert,” she was approached by a partner, and together they created Keirin Cut Jeans. That’s when she called Triple Spiral Productions to create a ...

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Red Oak Realty Spot Pulls in a Silver Telly Award!

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For the second year in a row, Triple Spiral Productions pulls in the top Silver Telly Award! Nationally, this is just about as far as recognition can go for an online promotional video. A final congratulations to Red Oak Realty for an outstanding collaboration which included 7 locations, 13 actors, 331 miles, and 65 hours from inception to completion. We put our heart and soul into every project we create, so it is very satisfying when the product is this ...

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Triple Spiral Productions Hits the Big Screen!

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…and we mean the REALLY BIG Screen! Staring today (April 4th,) and for the next three months, we are proud to bring our San Francisco friends the opening commercial at the Metreon and Century theaters for Red Oak Realty! This commercial was screened at the Inman Real Estate conference in New York City and received rave reviews.

http://geekestateblog.com/red-oak-realty-put/?utm\_source=rss&utm\_medium=rss&utm\_campaign=red-oak-realty-put 

We are excited to hit ...

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On the Set with Linda Ronstadt Memoir Launch “Simple Dreams”

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We were excited to do some sub-contract work for Simon and Schuster and the launch or Linda Ronstadt’s Memoir “Simple Dreams.” Ms. Ronstadt is down the earth and candid, and her memoir is an intriguing look into the life of one of America’s sweethearts of songs. Our thanks to Ms. Ronstadt, her family, and her team for an amazing conversation.

Here’s the video, now live on Amazon.com (must have Flash to view:)
Linda Ronstadt's Memoir 'Simple Dreams' Promotional Video

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Irish Descendants Create Tribute to Immigration Amidst National Debate

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

 


Twenty-one costumed actors, three tall ships, and nine 
locations recreate an historic voyage through multimedia

BERKELEY, California – Wednesday, March 6th, 2013 – Descendants of Irish immigrants have recreated an historic immigration voyage through video and music as a poignant reminder to Americans of European decent that their ancestors, too, were once ...

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Video Created by Triple Spiral Productions Nets $89,000 for Hydrogen-1 Men’s Shoes

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Congratulations to Hero Nakatani and Hydrogen-1 Crossover Men’s Sneakers for bringing in a whopping $89,000 for their fundraising campaign! We were proud to be a part of creating the video for this emerging successful business. We consulted Hero on his video approach and aesthetic to Kickstarter.com, and worked closely with him to make sure that his needs were addressed. We also shot many of the stills on the website. Have a look at the shoes, and enjoy the ...

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3 Ways That Video Will Be Evolving in the Future

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If you had a crystal ball into the future of business trends , would you use it? It’s not necessary, we have got the scoop on the latest technology and trends that will be affecting how people will be using video and video production well beyond Silicon Valley and the San Francisco bay area.

Over the past 6 months, we have attended trade shows, conferences, and meetings that have discussed the course and direction of the evolving process of digital media. ...

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