The secret of good video
This is well worth the time it takes to read
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For years now you've been shooting video of the kids, horses, family
picnics, reunions and just about anything else at which you could
point the camera. But, you have a problem. You want to show your
video to friends but it's on several video cassettes and you must
fast forward and then rewind to find what you want. There's a little
bit here and a little bit there but nothing is where you want it.
Right? So you bought a book on how to shoot good video and learned
for a video to be really good it had to tell a story. Well now,
therein lies the problem. It's very difficult to plan all your shots,
angles and get the audio level to where it all comes together. What
you now have is file footage or you may want to call all those
disjointed sequences archive tapes. The truth of the matter is there
is a simple solution. You can either invest a lot of money in
editors, titlers, editing vcr's, wireless microphones or you can send
them to me. I've already been there and done that. In other words, I
have the equipment and the experience. All I need now is your video.
Picture this in your mind. Your colt is now a big boy and he's now standing at stud. You get inquiries and send out pictures, but so does everybody else. What can you do that will set you apart from the herd? Well, if you've been keeping a video record of his progress then the answer is simple. Have the video edited into a powerful sales presentation and send it out to mare owners. Let them see him move. Let them see him from all different angles. Put them right there next to him and wait for the orders. Put yourself ahead of the pack by answering any question a prospective client might have even before he knows it. Remember this and remember it well, "the successful person will do what the unsuccessful will not even try."
I can take footage from several of your tapes, edit them by putting them into sequence, adding transitions at appropriate places dubbing in music and titles and voila, before you know it, you have a finished presentation.
OK, that sounds great but I don't want to spend an arm and a leg or raid the cookie jar, so how expensive is it anyway?
Now here's the best part. For the first five minutes of finished video, you're looking at $250.00. That's it! No more, No less.
But suppose you have enough tapes and good footage for a much longer video, how much will it be then? For each complete minute your cost will be only $45.00 and neighbor, that's real cheap when you figure all the equipment involved plus me too. Going a step further, suppose you want a fifteen minute sales presentation video of your stallion at work, and you think you might need about fifteen copies to send prospective buyers. Your total cost would come to $850.00 for the fifteen videotapes and you still have the master copy. You now have fifteen powerful salesmen at work! That amounts to $5.66 which is less than the hourly minimum wage!
The only restriction is that I have a minimum of five minutes or $250.00.
If you have any questions, thoughts or ideas I might be able to help you on, don't hesitate to contact me by email and I'll get right back with you. I'm looking forward to working with you. Home page
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