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Video production services shooting weddings, event, corporate videos… and everything in-between.

Save the Dog video production is run by filmmaker Jon Garbett meaning your final product will be well looked after from planning, filming to editing. Jon and his team are visual storytelling creatives bringing a fresh artistic approach, no matter what content we are producing.

 

We love filmmaking (after all we are filmmakers!) so lets make something great together! Whether that is to self promote, create a brand or convey a message, using the latest production kit we will create a video that will get the job done.

 

So say hello start a conversation with Jon on email or telephone.

 

 

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Pre Production

Save the Dog Productions will discuss your filming requirements with you until we fully understand exactly your aims for the video, who is your target audience and where will it be shown?

 

We can then advise you, to fit around your budget, on scripting/ideas, required amount of cameras, and the best way to capture audio and delivery.

Production

HD and 4k cameras, broadcast audio equipment will be used to bring your production alive.

 

Whether it is selecting shots at an event with our Sony cameras on a tripod for a panel talk, or Go Pro for a car interior, we strive to film striking images so your video connects directly to your audience in the most professional and engaging way.

 

Post-Production & Delivery

Within the editing suite communication continues to be key, as we strive to craft you the best final video production we can, consulting you with decisions as we go until we reach the final product.

 

Once you are happy we will arrange to deliver in the following formats: MPEG-4, Quicktime, DVD or Blu-Ray.

 

 

How we craft your video production...

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