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Zoipa produces high quality video content for businesses using aerial drone filming, time lapse, walk through, live streaming and traditional filming techniques. We help market people, brands and properties.
Blog posts are by Zoipa's founders, Lou Clarke, an experienced producer and Nigel Blackburn, cameraman, editor and qualified drone pilot / aerial camera operator.
We'll add articles to our blog at least monthly, so please pop by again. We love sharing our video production knowledge, so if you have any video related questions, we'd love to answer them. Please share your thoughts by leaving a comment.
By Zoipa, Mar 14 2016 07:00AM
What to Look Out For When Commissioning A Marketing Video
By Lou Clarke
As the cost of video equipment has fallen, so sadly, have video production standards and in marketing video production, the situation is dire. I cannot tell you how many times I've looked at online videos and been shocked by what is being delivered in the name of professionally produced video for business. I am sorry to say this, but many website videos are, frankly, pointless and this is the norm. As the client, you might initially be delighted with a great looking video, but if the video fails to deliver on your strategic goals, then it's a waste of your hard earned money.
By Zoipa, Jul 7 2015 07:28PM
As more people are discovering the stunning footage that can be captured with a drone, hiring a drone operator to film a property, or monitor the progress of a construction job is gaining popularity. But, before you hire a drone company to film a video for your business, there are a few things you should consider.
By Zoipa, Jun 29 2015 10:52AM
Despite one in three Britons (20 million people) watching at least one online video a week, many UK estate agents have still not embraced the amazing power of video.
By Zoipa, Jun 18 2015 01:04PM
We provide aerial drone and property filming and since the arrival of our DJI Inspire, we can finally offer aerial photography to an image quality we're happy with. The file format is called RAW and almost every digital camera can take RAW images, but despite this, we all seem to opt for JPEG.
In this article, we'll explore what RAW is, what RAW really means in terms of your property images and why, if you care about the quality of your images, it's particularly important to ask your image providers to shoot RAW images, even if your final images are delivered in JPEG format. We hope to convert you to using the RAW format to obtain higher quality property photographs.