San Francisco, CA, January 06, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- How do businesses get on with doing what they do best when their clients can't see though the fog of technology to their real expertise? Flying Moose Pictures’ principal Jonathan Luskin is adamant, “Businesses can get their customers to understand their trade’s core capability not as yet another commodity, but as a unique and specialized service through storytelling videos that educate as markets and connects.”
This month, Flying Moose Pictures (moosepix.com > News) reveals how client Rudolph and Sletten, a major general contractor, involves while efficiently illustrating the multitude of complexities of Building Information Modeling (BIM) to its clients for best construction practices and a smoother project management-to-deliverable. BIM streamlines estimating, design plans, ordering, project flow and more via its built-in relational database.
Then video productionistas show potential and existing clients how to help themselves conceive, develop and produce better videos that serve their organization’s real needs by simply asking the right, insightful and drill-down questions. Finally, watch a well-respected digital imaging guru deconstructs and then creates a newly formed, beautiful High Dynamic Range (HDR) image from flotsam and average images in an X-treme yet clear show-and-tell video of this very composite process.
Flying Moose Pictures’ principal Mark Leialoha said, “We’ve been helping businesses for nearly a decade to share their tools and best practices with clients through engaging and very human videos — these connect and educate viewers and create better buyers in the technical details of their crafts without boring them silly.”
Flying Moose Pictures’ (moosepix.com) clients range from builders, arts, sciences to corporate. The Moose is based in the San Francisco bay area.