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video production

Orange County, Runway Car Videography

Being at the El Toro Runway before its proposed deconstruction (for the building of a park) was quite an experience! Our production team and our friends from Air Reel Productions came out for less than an hour (3 flights!!!) and filmed some amazing footage in that time! 

View the cinematography reel!

Large Video Production

The scale of this production was massive. Though what you see above is a test video (submitted to the actual client), the real production involves one of the largest teams, sets, and equipment checkout we have ever used. The final production will be stellar and we can’t wait to show it once it’s ready to go live! 

Passion for Cinematography

If there’s one thing we truly love and appreciate, it’s good cinematography. Even while we had strict limitations while being on the runway (No drifting, max 60 mph) We were still able to utilize  camera angles and techniques that generate a sense of speed and movement far greater than what actually happened. Car moving in a straight line at 40 mph… 

 

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Here are some GIFs showing off a few techniques we used to accomplish this task. 

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This was an awesome production done in less than an hour! We’ve been picking up a lot of automobile projects lately, if you are interested in video production for your business, be sure to contact us!

Glow Mat Commercial & Video Production

Taracore Enterprises (with Bizurk Software) was contracted to film a promotional video for the new Glow Mat product. The video shoot was done in Anaheim, California. 

This was an example of Bizurk pushing the boundaries of limitations and soaring above all expectations. Due to the location limitations, this entire video shoot had to be done in less than 4 hours. In the video production world, a full featured video shoot in 4 hours is unheard of! *(unless done really sloppily) 

As many say in the VP world, “There’s no such thing as a half day.” 

But unlike pushing a sale or getting the client the put up a higher bid on the project, the location, a live area with natural ambiance and city lights, was something that we could not control. (Keep in mind, renting out an entire street was out of the budget.)

Through careful organization of shots and Andrew Taraba serving as the director for this shoot, we were able to complete the shoot in about 4 hours. 

There were some product shots and closeups that were done the next day. The products were taken back to the studio for further shooting and professional photography.