The Phantom Flex: Making Ordinary Stuff Look Awesome in Super Slow-Mo

For a few members of the Videobred team, Easter weekend was spent with the Phantom Flex camera, capturing in slow motion things like eggs in mouse traps and Newkirk hitting a 300 pound block of ice with an axe. Over the weekend, they were able to capture a wide range of events in slow motion, […]

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Travel Destination: Eastern Kentucky… Wait, What?

Who needs beaches and Mai-Tais when you can have great Kentucky scenery and a camera? Videobred’s editor and shooter, Eric Stemen, spent his vacation last month driving around eastern Kentucky and shooting time lapses. His goal for the project was to create a two and a half to three minute video showcasing what the region […]

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Extreme Makeover: Videobred Edition

Over the past month or so, it has not been uncommon for Videobred regulars to walk in the front door and immediately stop in their tracks, jaws dropped, and say something along the lines of “Oh, wow. It’s different in here.” Thanks to the unstoppable duo of Ben Newkirk and Zach Stewart (one of our […]

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Videobred Goes Global

Big client. Big audience. Big ol’ team effort by Videobred! Earlier this month, Videobred completed a project for DLA Piper, one of the largest law firms in the world. Yes, you read that correctly. That says “world.” They have 77 offices in 31 countries spanning the Americas, Europe, and Asia. Videobred team members were on the phone […]

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Documentary Premiere Packs Clifton Center

Louisville-based producer and friend of Videobred, Morgan Atkinson, just released a historical documentary about the lives of Anna and Harlan Hubbard. Videobred’s Steve Hurst edited the film, which premiered Monday night at the Clifton Center to a standing room only crowd.The documentary, titled Wonder: The Lives of Anna and Harlan Hubbard, follows the journeys of the couple […]

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Stats vs. Stories

Your company’s video should tell a story, YOUR story! “There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies and statistics.” –Mark Twain Bombarding viewers with facts and statistics can inform, but it’s just as likely to elicit contemplation as action. Fundraisers long ago learned that the picture of one starving child or one shivering puppy is an infinitely […]

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Secretariat’s Record Broken By…Secretariat!

On March 2nd when Eric Stemen was asked if he was busy. He had no idea he was going to be traveling back in time and helping change history, going back thirty-nine years to prove conclusively that Secretariat holds the all-time record in each of the three Triple Crown races. Although Big Red has long […]

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8 Tips for Corporate Identity Video Exposure

No other marketing tool delivers your organization, your staff and your product’s story like a 3-5 minute high quality branding video. Once primarily relegated to prop status at trade shows, today a multitude of distribution options for corporate branding videos offer organizations new and affordable opportunities for increased exposure. Below are Videobred’s 8 Tips for Corporate Identity Video […]

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MedVenture Technology Recruits with Video

Competition for the very best employees is always fierce and forward-looking companies are always looking for an edge. Video can provide businesses with this competitive advantage by showcasing a company’s facilities, personnel and culture to potential new hires. Recently Videobred Producer Alan Manias had the pleasure of working with New West’s Andrea Hampton on a recruitment […]

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Blue Ribbon Winners

Family & Children’s Place honored Videobred with the Volunteerism Award for continued dedication at the organization’s Blue Ribbon Awards in April–Child Abuse Prevention Month. Jamie Pence, Annie Ratterman and Steve Hurst were in attendance to accept the award. Family & Children’s Place helps children and families in the Louisville and Southern Indiana area heal from […]

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