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  • Is ROI a criterion for award winning videos?

    Is ROI a criterion for award winning videos?


    I recently judged a national video production awards competition and was stunned at the judging criteria. The categories I judged were videos ... Read More

  • 5 tips to the give your video production the ‘now’ factor

    5 tips to the give your video production the ‘now’ factor


    The little girl in the opening scene of this video turned 20 this year. In the years since that clothesline scene, video ... Read More

  • Anvil wins three bronze international awards

    Anvil wins three bronze international awards


    Anvil Media has won three awards at the 2018 GlobalTrend Video Awards, picking up bronze in the food and beverage, finance and ... Read More

  • Drone video rules in Australia

    Drone video rules in Australia


    The Australian Government Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) has strictly controlled commercial use of drones in Australia since 2002. Operators of unmanned ... Read More

  • Anvil Media’s video production drones

    Anvil Media’s video production drones


    Anvil Media has chosen the DJI Phantom 3 Pro as our workhorse drone. With 3-axis stabilisation and a 4K camera, it offers ... Read More

  • Capture stunning drone video footage

    Capture stunning drone video footage


    Can I have aerial drone vision with that? The ins and outs of UAV filming. A search of ‘drone video’ or ‘drone ... Read More

  • Another aerial video pilot

    Another aerial video pilot


    One of our team is joining Australia’s ranks of unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) remote pilots! Anvil Media’s Creative Director, Michael Neil-Smith, said ... Read More

  • How to find a good videographer in Australia

    How to find a good videographer in Australia


    So, you think you need a videographer, but what does that really mean? Unlike ‘photographer’, the term ‘videographer’ can refer to not ... Read More

  • It’s not all glory!

    How’s Ron supposed to shoot kitted up like this? Sometimes suiting up means jacket and tie. Not yesterday in Wagga, NSW. This was the protective gear our crew had to wear for our shoot in an industrial plant. Tricky to operate a DSLR camera when you’re wearing rubber gloves and looking through a thin, curved sheet of Perspex. But we got the shots. Happy client and Ron… He’ll get over it. Strangely, he looks better in this getup than the James Bond gear.