Corporate Video Production: First Pass

Video Production Calgary – Weddings Television – produced by State of the Arts
May 2, 2020

Calgary Business Video Transcript – First Pass by Verge

State of the arts has the experience, knowledge and reputation to create the best possible product to meet your needs and budget. 

In this highlight reel for the first past project, we used a variety of video tools to acquire the footage, including drones, stabilization rigs of all sizes, cinema cameras, sliders and post production tracking, animation and motion graphics. 

The result is the ability to tell a story of the First Pass software, including how it works within existing farming equipment and how it could bring substantial savings to farming operations.

 In the field, interviews from farming staff and operations teams brought actual perspective and insight into today’s farming operations. 

The closest access to electricity was a 45 minute drive away, meaning our team had to be well prepared with battery power for everything from drones, to cameras to stabilizers, to lighting. 

Filming from sunrise to sunset on a multi day shoot meant many hours of support footage, which really could assist in telling this story. The outcome was a happy client and a clear message for their customers.

Whether you have a large or small video project planned, let us help you attain success in the video world today.

Corporate Video Production: D-Rules Hockey

Video Production Calgary – Weddings Television – produced by State of the Arts
Dec 2, 2016

Calgary Business Video Transcript – D-Rules Hockey Training

State of the Arts has the experience, knowledge and reputation to create the best possible product to meet your needs and budget. 

The goal for the D Rules hockey training modules was to use the best media formats to explain details to the students on how to play hockey. This included on Ice Live video, studio video using green screen,  2D and 3D animation,  audio and compositing. 

To put the whole package together, the project involved filming a current NHL player to show the advanced on ice movements, as well as filming a sports educator and coach for the green screen studio segments. 

Green screen filming. 

Allowing our team to design the studio walls in 3D, making for a visually interesting set. Using slow motion video combined with animation overlays, the messages became clear for the students as they could learn the best possible skills so they could apply their learnings live on the ice. 

State of the Arts has worked on many computer based training videos over the past 20 years.  Using all of our audio, video and animation skills, let us help you to produce your training modules. Whether you have a large or small video project planned, let us help you attain success in the video world today

Video: Always Alexandra’s Weddings and Events

Video Production Calgary – Weddings Television – produced by State of the Arts

Calgary Business Video transcript – Always Alexandra’s Weddings and Events

Hi, I’m Alexandra Slavic. I’m the head planner for Always Alexandra’s Weddings and Events. I am very passionate about weddings. I love working with couples and creating their visions, and but however you become a little more emotionally attached, and so you really, if they become like your Children almost because you want to make sure that they have happy, happy experience.

What I like to do is I like to sit down with my couples and get an idea of what they want. Work with them, maybe develop their ideas even better so that it is becomes like it blossoms into something really, really wonderful, creating for them the day that they will always remember which is what you want. You don’t want to remember you’re sweating. Day is being stressed out because the cake hasn’t arrived because Uncle Joe haven’t had a stress stress attack. You want to remember your day as fun and romantic, and that’s why I think a planner is really important because they guide. 

They’ve had the experience create creating parties and creating events, and so it’s second hand to them, and then you don’t have as a bride. You don’t have to worry 

I pay a lot of attention to details, and I very often will the day of the wedding. I will do more than they asked for. I go above and beyond, creating a wonderful experience for them. And a lot of my brides have told me that the attention to detail that I did really enhanced their day and and made them feel very special. 

She knew that she wasn’t the only ride. However. She felt like she was the only bride, and that made the experience for her even more valuable. Basically, I coordinate everything for them the day of the wedding, and they don’t they can have fun and they could be guests at their own wedding. Which is they brides. All my brides have just loved that they had didn’t worry about anything, nothing. They just enjoy the getting their makeup done. They enjoyed having their hair done. They enjoyed having their brides, maids have their giggles and have your champagne, and they didn’t worry about anything 

In the end, my goal is that every bride and groom feel like they are guests at their own wedding.

Video: Eleanor Lowden Pidgeon – Calgary Artist

Video Transcript

Hi, I’m Eleanor Lowden Pidgeon, and I’m a professional artist working and living in Calgary. 

As an artist, I’m always evolving. I actually began painting in  watercolor, and I became part of the Toronto Watercolor Society, and I thought everything I did was fabulous. But every time I take my painting and I’d hang it on the wall next to an acrylic, I think watercolors were just so blah right. And acrylic isn’t like watercolor because you can scored the pain out and it’s brightened. Bolden beautiful, and you don’t have any water that really ruins that brightness for you. 

So then I started painting these landscapes that were bright, gorgeous, huge landscapes on canvas, and I felt I had solved all my problems with the water color. But now what I’m doing is I’m actually taking it a step back. I was painting just bright, bold landscapes, and then I began incorporating people into my paintings, and I started painting people and thinking, I want something that’s just a little more subtle. That’s a little less bright. So I have evolved over the last two dozen years in my painting from one kind of painter into another into another and another. And I think that’s important when you’re a painter, just to be constantly changing, constantly evolving. And I think sometimes it’s hard for the people that are following you to catch up because they know I liked your old stuff better. But I wanted to try something new all the time, so I’ve been doing different things. 

What I want to get is some kind of universal feeling in each my paintings, something that you can relate with next person can relate with. You can look at that and know possibly what I was feeling when I painted it.

Disregarding the title, disregarding the person in the painting. I don’t want it to be a painting of somebody so much as a painting that you could put yourself into whether it’s a landscape or one of my people paintings, as I call them. I want you to take a look at and say and look at it and say, I know what that story is all about. I can put myself in there. I’ve been there before, so whether that describes my work or not, I think that’s where my head is that when I’m painting. 

I’m hoping it appeals to everybody, obviously. But, um, who had wanted to appeal to I wanted to appeal to Picaso, I want to appeal to Monet. I wanted to appeal to Matisse. I wanted to appeal to the people that inspired me when I started painting.   

If you take a look at my website, you can see the galleries that I am represented by, and if you were interested in my work, you can contact one of the galleries. They all of them have a dozen or so paintings of mind, and you can take a look at what they have online and and see what’s available. And if they want something commissioned, I also do commissions as well. 

I’d like people to look at it and say, I know who painted that.  That is important to me. I can certainly go into a gallery and take a look at a Matisse or a Monet or a Picasso, Renoir and say, I know who painted those paintings, and that’s what I’m hoping to achieve with my work too, when people come into a gallery, they say, that’s that’s an Eleanor Lowden Pidgeon.

Video: Creating Meaning With The Flowers You Choose.

Video Production Calgary – Weddings Television – produced by State of the Arts
June 08, 2012

Calgary Business Video Interview Transcript – The meaning of Flowers

The meaning of flowers

Creating meaning in your bouquet for your wedding with the flowers that you choose as a new trend for creating bouquets. Right now, I’m here with Ellie Jesperson from Anne Patterson’s Flowers. Ellie, tell us a little bit about the meanings behind them and maybe the history of it. Sure, um, with with flowers and their meaning of its been something that’s been taking place since the Victorian era, Um uh, Queen Victoria and that era Flowers and the meanings were huge when flowers were given. Quite often there was a secret message attached, so if you didn’t have the words to express those things, you could give, it through flowers and it was used a lot. And you’re seeing it now. It’s coming alive again. In the floral industry, Kate Middleton, with her wedding, used the flower meanings very much. They were prominent in her bouquets, and so brides are becoming intrigued with that again. There’s also a new book that’s a fiction book called The Language of Flowers. Um, and again, it’s just peaking people’s curiosity on what do flowers really mean? What do they symbolize? 

So let’s talk a little bit about some of the ones that we have here and what these ones mean? Sure. So this first? Okay, um, we got very delicate soft colors. We’ve got little daffodils and, um, little spray roses. And we’ve got this little flower that looks quite a bit like a rose. And it’s called Lizzie Antis. The Dell The daffodil is the symbol of daffodil Is renewal or rebirth and so with weddings, that something that can definitely be used. The spray rows of roses. In general, there’s a meaning of love, beauty, virtue and then the fun one, the Lizzie antis is, um an outgoing  nature. So if you got a bride that, like it still wants to be subtle in her appearance on on her OK, she can just pop in that Lizzie anthems and go, Hey, I’m this may be subtle, but I’m here, so it’s just kind of a fun way to play with who your bouquet and having it really symbolized who you are and the things that have meaning to you.  We did do a wedding that was all daffodils and the groom had cancer, so it was a hugely symbolic flower for them. That’s something that also to really keep in mind. Even though all flowers have their traditional Victorian meetings, you’re also gonna have those flowers that have just your own meaning. That means something specifically to you. And you need to honor that as well. 

Now, this little bouquet here is super bright. Very, very pretty. I think it looks very fresh. Very spring. Like, what are the ones in this one mean again? It’s kind of funny. You brought up the color because colors are also you’re gonna have meaning with the colors. And they’re gonna represent something as far as the emotion and the symbol, um, symbolism of the bouquet, so we’ve got some flowers, the sunflower. It’s really interesting because some flowers always grow towards the sun. So right there, just with that alone. Um, you’re saying something. So sunflowers are, um token appear love and longevity. Um, that we’ve got little ranuculous.   And the ranuculous is radiance. So, again, this is a radiant bouquet, and having that in there also just amplifies that again. You’re your roses again. Always love, beauty. Virtue. 

The tulip is true love. So that’s kind of a fun one. Even the foliage. You’ve got lots of different meetings with that. So even the greenery in this bouquet has meaning? 

Absolutely. So it’s another really interesting and fun way to still incorporate some special meetings into your bouquet. In this case, this is eucalyptus and eucalyptus has the meaning of healing or protection. So again, just a really fun way, To um add a little secret message that you’re protecting your wedding,  you’re protecting your love. 

That’s very neat. Now, Ellie, I know you’ve got a lot more flowers in your cooler, so let’s go check and see some more of the meanings of those flowers. All right. So, Ellie, the first thing we have here is asters. 

That’s right. So these fun little flowers represent patients, 

and everybody needs to have patients and their married marriage, that’s for sure. And everything is really nice, bright and colorful. So would be a really nice addition to a bouquet.  

They do come in a lot of bright colors. 

Perfect. And now we have a pionies over here? Yes, our flower that have been used for centuries and weddings on their lush and just a beautiful flower. Um, I don’t think very many people know the meaning of it. It’s bashfulness, um, at the delicateness of the flower. I think it probably represents it well, 

that’s it’s really very pretty and a very nice color. It goes nice in a soft bouquet and the freesia? 

Freesia have a sweet, beautiful, spicy scent, and they represent innocence. Um, again, they’re just a really lovely flower, and I think meaning represents who they are very well. 

It’s really nice to quite lovely to …

Video: Anne Patterson Flowers

Video Production Calgary – Weddings Television – produced by State of the Arts

Calgary Business Video transcript – Always Alexandra’s Weddings and Events

I’m Ellie Jesperson of Anne Patterson’s flowers owner and operator.   Our flower shop is just incredible. We have a huge selection of flowers when when the season allows, we buy local, um, so we can buy our products local for the brides who are looking to have a green wedding. We also have access to flowers from Holland as well as flowers from I buy direct from the auction in BC.

Flowers can really set the ambiance. So for a bride, you know, if they have a theme in mind, we want to create that that vision for them and make that that vision a reality. We love weddings, and we love working with our brides. We love being able to capture the vision that they have for their wedding day and making that dream come true. Something that we just absolutely love. 

I think that we’re very much relational We every bride that we meet becomes a part of around Patterson’s family. So we capture that vision for them, make it a reality. We, you know, search for the perfect flower that represents that bride. Um, you know, down to the little details and making that wedding and that bouquet exclusively for themselves. 

Every wedding that we do is custom made keeping in mind the bride’s budget as well as the vision that they have. So no weddings too small or too big for us to make their dreams come true.   

I love meeting with brides. I love seeing it all come together, seeing the final of the end product and seeing and hearing from the bride that, you know, if the flowers brought tears to their eyes that they couldn’t imagine it being better. Um, you know, I love both of flowers as well as relationships. It’s kind of that tapestry of pulling together, the to the to the two things that I love most, t that’s people and flowers bring it all together.

Video: Andras Schram Wedding Photography

Video Production Calgary – Weddings Television – produced by State of the Arts

Calgary Business Video Transcript – Andras Schram Photography

Hi, My name is Andras Schram.  I am a professional wedding photographer. Flash portrait photographer and I’ve been shooting portraits and weddings for the last 10 years. My specialty is really more in terms of wedding photography is more like a high fashion, European style wedding photography. I shoot for quite a bit of wedding magazines out of Europe, and it’s something that they really enjoy. So when I’m taking your pictures a wedding day, trust me, you’re gonna look like fashion models and I don’t need models for that. I just need regular people. 

My passion comes to photography, and as a wedding photographer, I will help you. It’s not something like, I will tell you. Hey, over there! And do you think you might ask Well, what do you want me to do? I said, I will go over there, and sometimes I may even take you woman, and I’ll show you how to hold her properly because what works for you might not work for the camera. 

I create these absolutely gorgeous and fantastic love scenes that are so natural when people look back, they think like Oh my God, Well, that’s not even me. How could you even do that? Well, that’s a That’s a That’s an art. It’s an art on top off the photography skills that a guy like me have. 

I’m just enjoying how I feel so comfortable, and I’m enjoying that Andras is so knowledgeable. He knows exactly what he’s doing. We’re playing into his into his palm, and it’s working really well. I feel great, really great and relaxed. 

I think he’s amazing, actually, I think it does a really good job. The stuff that I’ve seen from him has blown me away before. That’s why we hired him. 

Physically speaking, he’s not your run of the mill wedding photographer because he doesn’t have people lined up for poses. Bride and groom and father and mother and so on, it’s nothing boring. It’s I find it very unique, interesting and so on uh, much more given to something artistic versus versus boring, serious photography. 

Be my actors, be my actresses and let me just do directing and I trust you. You will have the best pictures for the rest of your life.

I pay a lot of attention to details, and I very often will the day of the wedding. I will do more than they asked for. I go above and beyond, creating a wonderful experience for them. And a lot of my brides have told me that the attention to detail that I did really enhanced their day and and made them feel very special.