Cinema Standard Quality (VIDEO)
Many current TV's are Full HD (FHD), which means they have a display made up of 1920 x 1080 pixels - around two million pixels if you're counting. That's probably what you have sat in your living room right now.
A 4K Ultra HD TV has a 3840 x 2160 pixel resolution, delivering around eight million pixels in total which is four times the resolution of FHD. 4K delivers a far sharper, detailed, true to life image, displaying a picture quality to that of what you see in the cinemas.
It's getting more and more common for laptops, computer monitors and TV's to display a resolution of 4K. And with streaming sites like YouTube and Netflix pushing 4K content, with many other outlets right around the corner, it won't be long until it won't be possible to buy a FHD TV anymore.
As of November 2016, I am now able to offer services shot and delivered in 4K UHD. This is for clients that already have 4K monitors, those that would like to future-proof their product to ensure a picture format that stays up to date for many more years to come, or those that are looking to display the works to an audience on the big screen.
If you are one of these people, please mention it to me when getting in touch.
A Birds Eye View (VIDEO & PHOTO)
I am now shooting drone photography and videography. This is such a unique point of view and opens up to so many more possibilities; getting the drone out during a music video shoot and capturing a band on the rooftop of a building with a deep red sunset as the backdrop, or capturing an advertisement for a business revealing a new store and it's new products would be a truly thrilling point of view sure to grab the attention of an audience.
I am now able to offer such drone services. If you are at all interested and are curious to see how we can incorporate this into your shoot, please mention it to me when getting in touch. Drone packages can be supplied in resolutions up to 4K Ultra-HD, and large scale image resolutions for printing and distributing in all shapes and sizes.