We create corporate videos in Poland and Eastern Europe
As soon as we think that we have a bit of time for non-commercial projects, everything turns upside down again! Our diary has to be as flexible as an elastic in a pair of old trackies, and we are still learning to adapt to these demands. Usually we love that we can find ourselves in England today and in Australia tomorrow. Hold on, did someone said Australia?
No, Australia will have to wait, and so will the Caribbean (Tobago project).
At the moment we are on the road in Poland and soon we will be conquering Eastern Europe: Belarus and Russia!
If someone told us that this summer we’d be visiting those two countries on a commercial basis, we wouldn’t have believed them. But it’s now a reality, as proven by invitations, visas, vouchers and ATA carnets. Our crew is ready for the next special mission!
But as for now we are shooting in Poland. What exactly? We are proud to say that we are creating a major corporate video for a well known international blue-chip company, a leader in its market, with more than 40 production facilities in 22 countries of Europe, United States and China. Our team will visit nine of those sites (five in Poland, two in Russia and two in Belarus). We can’t divulge more now, but be patient, we’ll have more to say (and boast of) soon!
Let us just say that in the last week alone we covered more than 1,900km. We love being on the road, sleeping in hotel, meeting new people, and of course work, work, work – it’s all good with such a fabulous team.
In the summer we are shooting another corporate material for the same client, specifically directed at the Eastern market. In August we are flying to Russia and Belarus, where their new facilities are located.
The Polish factories are very impressive, so we are curious to see how the ones east of the border compare.
Such a large project in Poland is a brilliant challenge for us – and gives us a chance to play with most of our toys and gadgets. We used Sony FS700 cameras, created time-lapses with DitoGear, there were slow-motion shots. On top of all that, we enlisted the assistance of Dawid of Ecokopter and together with Kamil they flew DJI S1000 octocopter inside the production halls and above them to show everything from a brand new perspective. We know we’ve shot awesome footage and we can’t wait for the editing stage!