Post Tagged with: "Video Production"

Grand Opening


Reading time < 1 minute IGNITE YOUR “JOIE DE VIE” with One AUM ! During this month, we had the pleasure filming the grand opening of the One Aum Wellness Center in Potomac Maryland.  Learning more about this new holistic way One Aum provides is very awe-inspiring. Filming the event, and understanding how One Aum […]

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The Mission To Save Antarctica With Renewable Energy

Reading time 4 minutes read The photo below features Mark Leisher at the Union Glacier basecamp, Antarctica. You might wonder why a video production company would travel to one of the coldest and most lifeless regions in the world. The simple answer? To help protect Antarctica and to film the unsung heroes who have made this goal their life mission. For the […]

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Media4Green Website Launch: An MLP Sister Company

Reading time 3 minutes read We are incredibly excited to introduce our sister company Media4Green and announce the launch of their new website. On Media4Green’s About page, you can read all about this Washington, D.C. based production company that focuses on all things surrounding sustainability – including health & food, clean energy, education, philanthropy, and more.   […]

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A Realtor’s Guide to Video

Reading time 4 minutes read Last week we had the fun opportunity to do a quick walkthrough video of a luxury home in Alexandria Virginia. In the past we’ve done our share of architectural photography and beauty shots, but this was our first foray into luxury real estate listings. Our goal was to capture the […]

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Unmanned Aircraft Systems & Video Production

Reading time 2 minutes read What Part 107 means for Mark Leisher Productions. Last Tuesday the Federal Aviation Administration finalized its first operational rules for commercial use of small, unmanned aircraft systems. For those saying “Huh?” unmanned aircraft systems are better known as drones. These new rules offer safety regulations and are designed to minimize […]

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Filming in the DMV

Reading time 3 minutes read Ever wonder why, in major summer blockbusters, DC tends look suspiciously like Baltimore, Philadelphia, or even Toronto? Well, that’s because even though filmmakers love to set movies in DC, they don’t really like to film here. Not for lack of scenery! We’ve got monuments, museums, architecture, nightlife… But we’ve also […]

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Location, Location, Location

Reading time 3 minutes read In my post about the different types of productions, I talked about on location shoots. Good locations can make a huge difference in creating the atmosphere of a production, so it’s important to find the perfect place. On many projects, there is a Locations Scout to do just that. Finding […]

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Hurry Up and Wait

Reading time 2 minutes read “Hurry up and wait.” This may as well be the motto of production. From call time to wrap, there are constant moments of pressure to hustle somewhere, followed by seemingly endless moments of standing around waiting for things to start. This is especially true when you’re a PA; your superiors […]

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Scripty Life

Reading time 3 minutes read Last weekend, I had the opportunity to work as a Script Supervisor for the first time on a short student film. It’s a massively underappreciated job, and I thought this seemed like a good opportunity to give some love to all the Scriptys out there. On every movie and TV […]

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