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Guest Speaker: Filmmaker Justin McAleece

If you’re interested in movies – how they’re made – and why it took him 8 years to complete this one, then you don’t want to miss this talk. Justin McAleece will delve deep into the many processes of filmmaking with a keen approach to providing simple, useful tips that will help make you a [&hellip
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Aerial Footage

BLARE Media has been shooting aerial footage in one form or another for nearly 7 years. As the technology progressed and changed – including the government regulations – we found a nice niche with the products of DJI. We’ve used the Inspire 1 for a few years now and have become very confident and comfortable [&hellip
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Happy Holidays

As the calendar year wraps up, all of us at Blare Media would like to share our gratitude for another successful year and our optimism for an even better 2017. We were able to work on some truly memorable video production projects in 2016 including a documentary that played at South by Southwest and many [&hellip
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Top 10 Tips to Keep in Mind When Producing a Corporate Video

Producing corporate videos is a means of driving revenue and telling stories that is still the backbone of many businesses worldwide. There is often the need to show new employees what they will be doing on the job, produce company profiles that have a mission statement and proposition or create a slick one-off video to [&hellip
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Corporate Video Production

Corporate Video Production is an important part of many video business’ bottom line. It is the “bread and butter” as we often call it and as an industry is one of the more conservative parts of our business. Most productions are based around talking heads, b-roll of a product or facility, and some sort of [&hellip
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We Love Video but Still Believe in Reading!

To show our appreciation for children’s reading programs we produced a quick video to promote Danay and Reading Heart. Reading Heart is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) book donation program dedicated to serving children in hospitals and children in areas with limited access to books. Danay started Reading Heart at the age of eight because she wanted [&hellip
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