Posts in Branded Film Tips
Why You Need a Prop Stylist for Your Film Shoot

Friends, I am so excited for my guest blogger this week! Becki Griffin of Curious Details is an amazingly talented decorator, stylist, photographer and creative consultant. Her work has been featured in Country Living, Better Homes and Gardens, Country Sampler, Flea Market Decor and Where Women Create, just to name a few.

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How to Upload Videos to Instagram

One of the most popular questions I receive after I deliver the final film to a client is, "how do I upload this to Instagram?" Many people have never posted a video to Instagram before, so if you fall in the latter camp, I've created this video to walk you through the process. It's super easy, but there are a few things you want to be aware of while creating a video post.

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Branded Film: Rebranding for Swish & Click

This is an exciting client project reveal, because me and Christine worked on her new Branded Film for the better part of a year! At the beginning of 2017, Christine began planning her rebrand from CWright Photography to Swish & Click.

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What to Wear for Your Branded Film

One of the top questions I get when people book a Branded Film is, "what do I wear?" Picking the right outfit to represent you on film can be a daunting task for many small business owners. There's no need to worry though!

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Everything You Need to Know About Creating a Branded Film For Your Business

When inquiring about a Branded Film for their small business, most clients have a general idea of what they want from the film -- to visually showcase their story, connect with their ideal clients, and stand out from the competition. However, many don't know much about the filmmaking process.

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How to Clearly and Succinctly Explain Your Business

One of the keys to being an entrepreneur/owning a small business is creating new and innovative products or services that disrupt the marketplace like nothing else before. But sometimes it can be difficult to pitch a new idea or a new way of doing things to clients, because they may have a hard time visualizing how they can use this new product or service in their own lives.

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