With many levels of 4k video, here at Hstudios we are about producing quality for our clients and our cameras are potentially a massive 40 times better compared to domestic low end cameras.
It’s been a massive task but we finally have a new home for all of our projects and updates! We concentrated our efforts on improving the usability of our website. Check it out and don’t miss out the latest showreel —we decided to go for a shorter and more impactful cut this year.
Late last year Hstudios and the Mount Warrenheip Mountain of Fun Run/Walk organisation teamed up to make an inspiring video for their annual event set for Sunday 19th of March this year. With the help of some exceptionally fit talent, we were able to capture some fantastic footage to promote the event.
We photographed the cover of the UFS Christmas Catalogue recently, which was a massive flat lay about 1.8m tall. This is no simple task, usually with a flat lay you can shoot directly overhead and get great results, this was complex and required some mathematics!
Amongst all of the listings, it can be hard to stand out from the crowd as more buyers take to the internet to look for their new home. Marketing your home through video is an excellent tool to grab the attention of buyers, allowing you to communicate more information in a shorter period of time.
There’s no silver bullet to stop spam from coming through, though there’s a couple of nifty tricks that will definitely help you in your crusade against unsolicited emails.
When we decided to look for a holiday adventure we wanted nice beaches, a cultural experience, a safe environment and possibly somewhere we could make a difference in some way. After looking at many countries we decided on Vietnam, and we spent most of our time in Nha Trang.
Last Friday I took a break from my usual office routine to attend the Interactive Minds Digital Summit in Melbourne, here’s a rundown of the most interesting tidbits.
We don’t usually do this, but… we photographed a wedding recently! Not for the bride and groom however, but from the perspective of the wedding venue!
Poor website performance is a common issue —and a pretty frustrating one for users, too. According to a research conducted by gomez.com across more than 150 websites, a slow website (2 to 10 seconds of response time) increases page abandonment rates by up to 38%.