Author: persistenceofvision

Cars, Production

Mustang 360 Video goes live

A few months back we were at Anglesea motor circuit rigging 360 cameras to some of Ford’s most impressive cars. It’s taken a few months but one of those videos is now live. The project came about when our friends at Haymarket asked if we could look into filming 360 video in a car. As we had experience shooting

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Editing, Post Production, Production

POV helps scoop award

Congratulations to our friends at Haymarket who recently won Digital Commercial Partnership Of The Year at the PPA Digital awards this year. We produced a little video starring the wonderful Nicola Hume following her on a typical day as an O2 user with the One Plus handset. The video was part of a larger campaign Haymarket

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Filming the Aurora Borealis

Recently we were tasked with capturing the northern lights or aurora borealis on film. At the moment we can’t say much more about why but the project involved a crew travelling to Northern Norway and enlisting the services of the legendary Northern Lights specialist Alister Chapman. We also got to use lot of our toys

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Camerawork, Cars, Editing, Post Production

Onsite production at the Paris Motor Show

Working with our colleagues at Autocar, POV was at the Paris Motorshow this year to make some content for car manufacturer SEAT. We were working with presenter David McCellend who fronted the videos. The videos covered subjects such as SEAT’s virtual reality press conference, their neuro configurator and of course their cars including the Ateca X-PERIENCE

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Editing, Post Production

Onsite editing at London Fashion Week

We were once again at London Fashion Week this year. This time we were at the prestigious IOD headquarters in Pall Mall. The show was for Chinese retail brand and there were some striking designs on show. We were tasked with rolling up with our portable editing kit to put together montage edits of the

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Live Event, Production, Vision Mixing

Live web stream for Spotify

We recently visited Spotify’s UK offices in London for a quick gig. The company’s UK staff were in Stockholm for a conference and the creative agency we were working with decided their offices should be taken over for a secret gig that we then streamed to the conference. We used a Newtek Trickster to produce a

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