Glass Eye Productions, Inc. filmed a shoot for a medical device in our studio, utilizing our small video insert stage with hard cyc for a new client.

Our location made the shoot more cost-effective for our client. Glass Eye was able to provide a low-cost solution by keeping the production within a one-day shoot. Our biggest challenge was the size of the medical equipment, weighing 3500 pounds. Delivery and placement were key to utilizing our smaller studio in a big way.

We shot with our new Red Epic-W S35 camera in 8K to further ensure that our clients would receive the best product possible.

Click the link below to see the exciting shoot.

E-Gurney Video Shot at Glass Eye Productions Studio

Our director was so camera-friendly that they cast him in a bit part as the doctor.

Shot with our new Red Epic-W S35 in 8K.

A bird’s eye view from above the shoot.

Our studio provides plenty of room for make-up and wardrobe facilities.

By |2017-03-30T21:10:46+00:00March 21st, 2017|Categories: Production|Tags: , , , , |Comments Off on SHOOTING IN STUDIO

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My name is Hannah Pipes, and I am finishing up my senior year at the University of California Los Angeles as an English major, Literature and the Environment minor. I have been working as a writer and copy editor for all four years of college. I'm a staff writer for the UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability and currently on Staff at the Daily Bruin. The Daily Bruin received 30 California College Media Association awards in 2015, including Best Daily Newspaper in the state for the second year in a row. I love working at Glass Eye and writing the blog posts. My passions outside of work include reading, writing, traveling to national parks, and performing.