Throughout the 25 years that Glass Eye Productions, Inc. has been in operation, on occasion, people ask us a similar question. “Do you make eye glasses,” or even “do you manufacture glass eyes”? It’s easy to see where the confusion occurs. In their defense, it’s in the name. However, we proudly specialize in the field
During shoots, the Glass Eye Productions crew increases to include a group of talented individuals who have worked with us for many years. However, if you step in to the Glass Eye studio, you are sure to be greeted by these friendly faces who make up our core team. Trent Noller is an award-winning producer, director, camera operator, and editor.
The time-lapse video is a classic video production technique that Glass Eye Productions enjoys utilizing when effective. Time-lapse videos are usually focused on one area for a long period, and time is accelerated to show the footage over time. A lot of work goes into a time-lapse shoot, since the videographer is required to
There are three stages to every production, which are pre-production, production and post production. In this blog post we will focus on the pre-production phase. Preparing: Preparing for a TV spot, shoot or any other type of major on-location production can be daunting. It is important to focus on every aspect of the production prior to the shoot. The
Fresh off our edit bay: Glass Eye Productions produced, shot, and edited a multi-region commercial TV spot for John Deere, the largest agricultural machinery company in the world. The spot was shot on an organic farm location in Moorpark, CA. Glass Eye Productions handled the entire production process including location scouting and casting. The in-house
At Glass Eye Productions, we have been fortunate enough to be sent on production shoots in destinations such as New Zealand, Canada, Europe, and of course, almost every state in the U.S. Along with the excitement a location shoot can bring, there are many aspects to be considered before traveling with a crew and extensive gear. Small
Working with Glass Eye Productions At Glass Eye Productions, we work to design TV spots that connect with the audience on a visceral level. We are committed to creating content that stands apart from the competition. The team is experienced in designing and producing quality TV spots that are both persuasive and entertaining. When we
Every project requires multiple steps to reach the final cut. Post-production is a phase of the video production process that requires focus, careful management, and organization. Below is an outline of the post-production process at Glass Eye Productions, Inc. Step 1: Organizing Media The first step of post-production at Glass Eye is organizing the footage.
Glass Eye Productions was hired to produce two videos to introduce the 9RX tractor. These videos are utilized in the new website called the 9RX Experience. This is truly an amazing, game changing product, and we felt very fortunate to be involved. Over the course of the project we shot footage in Paso Robles, CA;
Glass Eye Productions, Inc. recently worked with Brix ‘N Clix, a San Francisco based toymaker, and created a series of international TV spots. We always find our inner child working on spots for this toymaker. Here are a few of the TV commercials we produced for one of our favorite accounts. BeanZees Commercial Air Charger Racers Commercial