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Not only our bread "n" butter, but also our specialty. Maybe its because we love it or maybe its because we know it so well. 

 

Whether it be indoor or outdoor, architectural videography presents as many challenges as it does opportunities. 

OUTREACH

MARKETING

Video Platforms

Social Networks

Physical Distribution

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Are you an agency?

No. We are an independent production company with full time and part time employees. We don’t work with, or for agents. As a matter of fact, we revel in the fact that we have removed the need for an agent. Arbuckle is equipped to handle all of the same needs that would normally be handled by an agency.

 

 

Is your company insured?

We have 1 million in liability…our equipment is insured ..

 

 

What equipment do you own?

For an up-to-date list of equipment we own click here.

 

 

Is your crew willing to travel?

Absolutely. We are equipped with airport friendly gear as well as the proper identification for needed for travel. We own a production van with adequate space for crew and gear. We have done work from coast to coast as well as a few places in between...

 

 

What is a timelapse and are you capable of capturing timelapse?

A timelapse is the technique of using still images to show movement over time. This is often used with clouds moving in the sky or shadows across the ground or hoards of people moving through a space.

Please see some examples here.

 

 

How do I calculate a budget for my production?

Production Budgets are not always the easiest thing to calculate. They are generally broken up into the following phases Pre-Production, Production, Post-Production and Distribution. Budgets depend on the amount of people, their daily rates, the cost of rental equipment, as well as the cost of transportation. We are capable of assisting in creating quotes and budgets for a production.

 

 

When should I pay for multiple cameras?

Multiple cameras are good for a number of reasons. One, if anything ever were to go incredibly wrong with one camera, at least you have a backup of the shoot. Two, it is very rare that subjects are able to successfully convey messages in a concise, continuous statement. Having a second camera permits you the ability to hide non-continuous segments of video. Three, having a second camera angle can also increase production value and allow you to show more context by showing a wider shot than the primary camera.

 

 

What is a P.A.?

A P.A. is a production assistant