iMedia Namibia is a Namibian company based in Swakopmund, our main products and services are photography, video productions, web site design and hosting, tour facilitators and car hire. Please take a moment and explore our website.
Video is changing the way brands connect with their customers, it is the starting point of the sales process for many, unlike humans it never has a bad day, gets sick, or on holiday and always says what management require. Companies have their own characteristics and offerings that set them apart from others, and a company profile video is arguably the best way to convey this. A company profile video is a short synopsis of who your company is, what you do, and the features and or the benefits you offer. Separate product video is a must for giving clients information on specific products. Google researchers say 85 percent of people say they’d like to see more video from brands. So if you’re not already using video as part of your marketing strategy, now’s the time to start. A corporate profile video can deliver your value proposition far better than you could in person.
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Training & induction through video enables people to retain new information faster and more accurately. Video contains all of the elements of communication which makes it much more effective than other mediums for training. Productions can be viewed on-line if required or downloaded to computers, tablets & mobile phones.
We have a full range of video cameras, sound and lighting equipment and operators to record your conference, interviews & meetings. Material can be delivered the same day in raw Pro res format, H264 or in 2-4 days in edited format ( depending on clients requirements) edited material is supplied in Web, all mobile formats, Pal or NTSC as required by clients specification.
Our architecture photography is photographed with Canon TS-E lens (Tilt Shift)In a typical situation if you were trying to take a picture of the building you would angle the camera upwards. It is the angling of the camera up or down that makes the building appear to lean back or taper. Using the shift function of a tilt-shift lens enables control over vertical framing while maintaining the a parallel relationship between the camera sensor and building facade.