There's more to creating a video than simply filming images and splicing them together. It's about effective communication. You have to tell a story. At Render Edge Media, LLC we start by understanding your needs and objectives, then develop a script that keeps the original goals in mind. The results are a great video that makes your products or services more appealing to your potential customers.
Still images are compelling. They invite the viewer to study the subject and give it meaning. Render Edge Media, LLC provides in-house still photography services to support your media project. From organic food styling to portraits, we have the equipment and experience to approach any subject and create visual images that attract attention.
If you haven't updated your site in the last 3 years chances are it is obsolete for today's Internet. Is your website optimized for search (called Search Engine Optimization)? Does it use a Content Management System (CMS) such as Wordpress? Does it connect to social media outlets, such as Facebook or Twitter? Does it integrate video? If not, you may be in the need of a website renovation from Render Edge Media, LLC.
Our Bottom Line is all about helping you sell. Whether it's a product, a service, or a public service message, our ultimate goal is to create desire for the things you sell. We craft compelling visual images that attract attention to your products and services to motivate your potential customers to take action. And we'll help you leverage your total visual communications platform: video, still images and other graphic elements, across all media: broadcast, in-store, online and print, to get the maximum message impact and retention.
Elliot Gould, founder of Render Edge Media, LLC, has over 30 years of film, video, photography, and graphic arts experience. His expertise in video and rich media includes Adobe Photoshop, After Effects, Premiere Pro, Encore, Illustrator and Audition. He develops websites with Wordpress while exploiting custom PHP, jQuery, CSS & HTML to enable content to appear automatically anywhere on the website.
High-speed food photography circa 1978. At the Rochester Institute of Technology's Photographic Science and Instrumentation program freshman year, we were introduced to Harold E. Edgerton and high-speed strobes. (visiting "strobe alley" at MIT is a real treat). For our lab, the professor set up a 22-caliber rifle on a stand and aimed it towards a baffle to capture the bullet. In between was a stand where we placed various objects to fire the bullets through. Next to the stand we place a microphone to pick up the sound wave from the bullet. The sound wave triggered the high-speed strobe. Several ...Read More