Solarity Studios, the Dallas, Los Angeles, and Miami based video production service company and content marketing team is a dedicated collective of talented creative directors, composers, artists, photographers, and producers working together across multiple avenues. We offer our clients fully integrated regional, national & international video production, digital marketing and Video Marketing solutions to successfully market their business on all fronts.
Solarity Studios is a fully integrated production service company, specializing in music videos, television, motion graphics, photography and branded content. Creative founder Alex Kinter has comprised Solarity with a group of talented filmmakers and Post-production professionals.
We have a healthy balanced team with a laser focus and fearless creativity. Our services include digital strategy, market research, web design, SEO/SEM, social media, publicity, and online video production.
Solarity Studios is currently headquartered in Dallas and has studios and executive offices in Dallas, Los Angeles, and Miami. The company specializes in music videos, commercial production, corporate videos, television cinematography, product videos, aerial cinematography, motion graphics and photography.
The studio has worked for renowned companies like NatGeo Wild, Hollywood Domino, SpinSci, Stoli, The Fashionistas, Time and OpenKey. The company has also been involved in numerous entertainment productions involving celebrities like Will Ferell, Taryn Manning, Stephen King, Salma Hayek, Antonio Banderas, Sir Richard Branson and Dirk Nowitzki.
In today's marketplace most battles are won on the digital frontier. That's why our vision has been the same since inception. We want to offer our clients fully integrated solutions to successfully market their business on all fronts.
Pre-production: this is all the work that you have to do before you start the shooting. This includes writing the script, casting the talent, designing sets and costumes, building sets, scouting locations and so on.
Production: this is where you actually shoot the video or film using all the materials you prepared during pre-production.
Post-production: this is where you edit your video, add sound effects, video and titles. This is also where you add visual/graphic effects.
In projects where there is a significant amount of computer-generated images -- like Gravity -- and in animation, these lines are blurred.
Cinematic films require pre-production, including research and scripting. Most use interviews, voice-over narration, or both. The video production company you hire should have a skilled producer to write a compelling script, create interview questions that bring out emotion and drama, and who is able to put interviewees at ease so they come across in the best way possible.
The videographer must be familiar with film industry standards for subject placement and composition. The filming should not only be visually beautiful, but capture true emotions. It is the feeling the audience gets from watching a film that will compel them to take action or connect them to your story.
Not all “high-definition” equipment is the same. To create a cinematic style video, HD cameras with 1920×1080 resolution need to be used. Most modern HD cameras shoot in “progressive mode”, which is essential for encoded video on the Internet. Ultra HD is also known as 4K HD.
Lighting is an important element for cinematic videos. The right lighting creates the mood and depth seen in Hollywood films. Our team can provide your project or current production LED or HMI Lighting.
Hollywood uses a 24 frames per second (24p) frame rate. This eliminates the amateur “home-movie” look and will automatically give a professional cinematic feel.
The use of Glidecams gives a smooth cinematic look. It allows the camera to stay steady even while the videographer is walking or running. A dolly allows a camera to move smoothly to and from a subject.
Sound quality is essential to creating a cinematic video. Wireless microphones, booms and a good audio technician should be used on productions to create crisp, movie quality audio.
Our team can provide access to experienced sound engineers and field audio professionals for projects in the likes of Broadcast Television, TV Shows, Film Production, Events, Red Carpets and Commercials.
Good quality music from a music library is another important element in cinematic videos. Music helps to move the video along and sets the mood for different scenes.
If a liscensed track with the right mood at the right budget is better suited for your project, we can most certainly make the accomodations. Perhaps the project calls for a popular track an audience is familiar with. Our legal liscensing team can assist your brand with aquiring the rights.
This particular step in the music scoring or audio production process is where certain types of flaire and flavor is added, from subsonic trailer hits to cinematic ambiences and whooshes. The main objective of this step is to aid and solidify the transitions and as well as the pace of the audio or visual piece.
If The noise reduction aspect is a part of the sound mixing and mastering process that can make or break your audio or visual production. The skill and experience required to effectively do this role is significant. This step alone can mean your project sounding like a million dollar production or if it was done in a garage by ametures. Even the greatest audio capture circimstances in a studio still require clean up and modification.
Once the music beds, voice over tracks and sound design arrangements are completed and in place - the audio channels are ready for the final polish. This is where the levels are are normalized to industry broadcast standards, tracks are put through the mastering compressor, channels are sumed and the work of the sound mixing truly comes to shine.
Having multiple cameras allows the production company to have a variety of camera angles and perspectives to work with when editing a cinematic video. The final product will have a more interesting and realistic look.
All movies have a movie “trailer” which shows exciting highlights of the full-length feature film. Video production companies can borrow this technique from Hollywood when editing your video. Popular techniques for cinematic videos are color correction, black and white and soft focus.
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