NYC Video Production

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If a picture is worth a thousand words… what’s a video worth?

The easiest way to get your customers attention!

Did you know that 64% of consumers are more likely to buy a product after watching a video about it?

That’s because everybody loves videos! They can make us laugh, invoke emotion, or even move us to action.

In the Digital World of 2015, video is no longer just for television. And it is a powerhouse when it comes to content marketing and is proven to be one of the highest returns on your marketing dollar.

At Photo-Flare Photography, we have been working in the photography and videography field since 2008. We know that the secret to a beautiful and eye catching video is using high quality equipment and paying attention to details.

Do you have a few minutes sometime later this week to squeeze in a short phone call to see if we could benefit from working together?

Simply Contact Us with the best time and number to reach you at and I will be in touch!

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Why Video?

  • The Fusiform Facial area makes us pay attention to faces – this is an actual brain function that hard-wires us to use the human face as a gathering point for information and inevitability.
  • Voice conveys rich information – yes, the simple sound of a human voice speaking to us has an amazing way of converting information into meaningful content.
  • Emotions are contagious – here’s a subtle but powerful aspect that we may take for granted. The body language of emotions is an appealing and we naturally love to share.
  • Movement grabs attention – another trait that runs deep in our collective anthropological DNA is the power of peripheral motion. Since the stone age, we’ve survived by noticing things in motion – looks like we still do!