Call or text (407) 462-7794 or fill out this form.Need to rent video production equipment? Click here.
SHORT ON TIME?
GET A FREE QUOTE TODAY
CALL OR TEXT
Compositing involves separating your video into layers, color correcting, and individually adding effects to each layer. Results immediately elevate the visual impact of a national commercial, corporate video, or Hollywood film.
Visual effects in post-production can save time and money on set. Whether we’re adding your brand’s logo, removing an unauthorized logo, retouching an interviewee’s blemish, or refreshing an overcast sky — the possibilities for visual improvement are incredible.
We can design, construct, animate, and composite motion graphics into your video. Graphical treatment ranges from realistic or 3D text/objects to flat or 2D text — even animated characters and illustrations. Because we lead the video editing process, we can better coordinate the footage to graphics and vice versa. In addition, we also create purely graphic-driven media.
Starling Productions can create a rich bed of sound effects, carefully placed and mixed, to bring your footage to life in a compelling way.
I would highly recommend Robert Starling and his team for any production needs. We have used them for everything from a simple interview using two basic cameras to filming high-speed video on a Phantom 1610. Every shoot is completed with above expectation results and a professional approach unmatched in today’s film industry. We have hired them several times in the past, and plan to do so several more times in the future.
Two Saints Films & Steve’s Outdoor Adventures TV
After working with Robert for over 12 years, on hundreds of projects, I've seen him craft a multitude of different styles across many different media: from dramatic, low-key lighting for serious films, to high-key lighting for product-oriented commercials; from kinetic, high-energy Steadicam shots, to breath-taking aerials. And most importantly, all of these different styles and approaches are always at the service of the story he or his clients are trying to tell.
Robert understands that “show business” is an equal part discipline, spread between the “show” which is the creative, craft, and story elements of our industry, combined with the “business” which is how you conduct yourself, how you prepare for every possible scenario, and how you politically manage situations both on and on off set. Robert’s a professional with a great eye and a great heart. He’s a great drone operator and he’s become a favorite vendor in a short time.
Short on Time?