Events

Event Video Production
Real Digital Productions can craft a video that truly makes your event shine! From commencement speeches to business conferences, our profile below showcases the variety of our experience. Educational seminars? Healthcare conference? Promotional video for an event space? We’re here to help you reach your audience.
Good Video vs. Great Video
Events come with their own set of challenges. Consistently capturing clear, crisp, audio and producing sharp, tightly composed, and color accurate video can be major challenges that RDP has the experience and the equipment to overcome. Creative editing and music integration, and custom graphics add life and visual interest to the finished project. We invest time before the event begins to understand your needs, concerns and goals. Every event is a unique project and deserves special attention.
High-end, Quality Equipment
  • Cameras: Our Canon C100s are a great performer in extreme low-light environments like conference rooms. Its industry-leading auto-focus allows us to follow speakers that like to move around a room. It produces extremely accurate and pleasing skin-tones.
  • Lenses: Our Canon L-Series lens zooms up to 400 mm, which allows us to stay in the back of the room or auditorium and not interfere in the event.
  • Audio: We offer a variety of quality, reliable audio solutions. We also collaborate with independent sound engineers.
  • Editing: We provide simple and fast editing solutions for a variety of distribution platforms and methods.
Event Services
  • Documentation
  • Promotional
  • Archival
  • Professional Photography
Types
  • Conferences
  • Ceremonies
  • Commencements
  • Expos
  • Event Centers

Startup Grind – Asheville

The Startup Grind monthly meetings are hosted in Asheville in a fireside chat format. We used a 1 camera set up with a wireless lapel microphone on each of the speakers. We also provided event photography to help the organizers with marketing and promotion.

Warren Wilson College 2015 Commencement

Great sound is extremely important to producing a high-quality video. In this case, our team was able to plug into the soundboard and set up our cameras in the back, out of the way of the large crowds and processionals. By plugging into the soundboard, we were able to get great audio without all the ambient sounds that can make it hard to hear the speakers.  Try watching these clips in full screen mode and set the video to “HD” to appreciate the sharpness and color accuracy.  Listen to the sound for clarity.

Member Care Conference

This client was concerned about staff and equipment interfering in the conference, but we were able to stay in the back of the room and out of the way and still produce a high quality product. We were also able to plug into their soundboard, allowing us to capture great sound. We used a 400mm lens to compose tight shots and a second camera for wider shots. Editing the 2 cameras together created a more professional looking and enjoyable video to watch. Try watching these clips in full screen mode and set the video to “HD” to appreciate the sharpness and color accuracy.  Listen to the sound for clarity.

Event: Startup Grind Asheville Monthly Meeting
Client: Startup Grind
Location: Asheville, NC
Event Format: Seminar
Event Length: One evening
End Product Type: Documentation and Promotion
Producer: Heath Cowart
Camera: Canon Cinema Cameras and Canon DSLRs
Sound: RDP managed
Motion Graphics: Dan Hasegawa
Editor: Dan Hasegawa

Event: Warren Wilson College 2015 Commencement
Client: Warren Wilson College
Location: Swannanoa, NC
Event Format: Outdoor Graduation
Event Length: Half Day
End Product Type: Documentation and Promotion
Producer: Heath Cowart
Camera: Canon Cinema Cameras and Canon DSLRs
Sound: Plugged into audio engineer’s soundboard
Motion Graphics: Dan Hasegawa
Editor: Dan Hasegawa

Event: Member Care Conference
Client: Barnabus International
Location: Ridgecrest Conference Center, Black Mountain
Event Format: Conference
Event Length: Two Days
End Product Type: Documentation Video Series
Producer: Heath Cowart
Camera: Canon Cinema Cameras and Canon DSLRs
Sound: Plugged into audio engineer’s soundboard
Motion Graphics: Dan Hasegawa
Editor: Dan Hasegawa

Memory Loss Collaborative Conference

This client needed us to run the audio for the conference. This required 6 Lapel mics and our own sound board. We also inserted the presenter’s slides into the video. Try watching these clips in full screen mode and set the video to “HD” to appreciate the sharpness and color accuracy.  Listen to the sound for clarity.

Lonesome Valley Event Center

High Hampton Inn

Event: Memory Loss Collaborative Conference
Client: Memory Loss Collaborative
Location: First Baptist Church in Asheville, NC
Event Format: Multiple Speakers and Panel
Event Length: Single Day
End Product Type: Documentation and Promotion
Producer: Heath Cowart
Camera: Canon Cinema Cameras and Canon DSLRs
Sound: RDP Recorded
Motion Graphics: Dan Hasegawa
Editor: Dan Hasegawa

Media Type: Promotional Reel for Event Center
Client: Lonesome Valley
Location: Cashiers, NC
Event Format: Retreat and Wedding Center
Production Timeframe: Footage shot over several months for separate community video
End Product Type: Promotional
Producer: Heath Cowart
Camera: Canon Cinema Cameras and Canon DSLRs, Drone
Editor: Melinda Hendershott

Media Type: Promotional Reel for Event Center
Client: High Hampton Inn
Location: Cashiers, NC
Event Format: Retreat
Event Length: Single Day
End Product Type: Promotional
Producer: Heath Cowart
Camera: Canon Cinema Cameras and Canon DSLRs
Sound: RDP Recorded
Motion Graphics: Dan Hasegawa
Editor: Dan Hasegawa

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