Xybornaut specializes in video, audio, and photo media
There are known knowns, known unknowns and unknown unknowns. While Donald Rumsfeld was referring to the lack of intelligence in the fog of war, this folksy insight is certainly applicable to your business. Get smart, close the gaps.
Marshall McLuhan famously coined this phrase. In the digital-everything is connected age, it is probably more true than ever. Not only do you need to think about what you want to say, but perhaps as importantly, how you want to deliver it.
To be noticed, you need to cut through the clutter. The digital world has the attention span of a gnat. With the proliferation of mobile devices, content must be concise and in a format that maximizes the impact in nanoseconds.
Including on-location, remote and live recording, music production, mixing and mastering, sound design and forensic audio. We can also record at high resolution rates (SACD and DSD), if you need to do so.
Increasingly, audio and video experiences are immersive. We record immersive audio (Ambix and native B-Channel) and 360-degree video for your project.
Here is an example of a 360 degree video. On a recent trip to the Canadian Rockies, we hiked to the mountains and glaciers that backdrop Lake Louise, Banff, shooting this video near the Teahouse. Impressive ... yes?
Aerial panoramas, 4K video and high resolution photography. From the air. So cool! Here is a recent project I worked on.
To capture a great photo, you clearly need a good eye. But it is involves generous portions of Art and Technique. For commercial and industrial photos, we use a number of techniques, including Time-Lapse, Focus Stacking and Exposure Bracketing to capture to obtain crisp, vivid images.
I live in Vernon, British Columbia, but work without hesitation throughout the Okanagan Valley and beyond. I will also undertake projects well outside of the region — always interested in something new. As stressed above, I have a fully mobile rig. If you have a project you'd like recorded, please contact me to discuss.