It’s always fascinating to see someone who’s good at what they do. And when you combine that with someone who is passionate about what they do you have a winning combination. Adrienne Critchlow who runs dog training company Dogability has that combination.
As you can see from the video that we made in collaboration with videoyourdog.com Adrienne certainly knows how to train dogs.
Passing on her knowledge of dog training
Adrienne also has that wonderful ability to be able to pass on her knowledge and techniques of training dogs to her clients. They all seem to pick up the ideas and the methods of how to train your dog really quickly.
Busy pet sector
We often work with videoyourdog.com and videoyourpet.com to produce videos and films for the ever busy pet sector. It’s something quite different to some of our other work which can include galleries, artists, museums, corporate, commercial, and narrative driven projects.
Never work with children or animals
Kingstreetimages even on occasion work with children which seems to fly in the face of such advice of never work with animals or children. But what we’ve found is no matter what project you’re working on and with whom nothing beats preparation.
Pre-producing equals flexibility
We always seek to pre-produce our productions as thoroughly as time and budget will allow. If you can pre-produce for your project before the shoot date you can always factor in more time for not only covering shots should something unexepected happen but also allow the flexibility of capturing extra spontaneous moments. These English Civil War reeneactors are always prepared but are also spontaneous as they translate passion and knowledge into character.
As a film and video production company we can’t stress enough that the more time spent in pre-producing with clients the better the finished project will be. It’s something that can only make the whole production run smoother.
Pre-produce to get the best
It doesn’t matter whether your filming dog training, or creating a narrative film like Absolutely they all need to be carefully planned to get the best possible film.
Have camera will travel
Is there a place for just turning up with a camera and just filming? Well yes on occasion we do that, if that is the only option. Events happen, schedules change, products launch early and life happens But even then we bring our years of experience to that production utilizing our experience learned over many years of pre-producing a host of different productions.
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