Fusing photographs, sound, and motion into a cohesive 1 to 2 minute video is a great way for non-profits, individuals and business to tell their story. Telling your story whether it’s a bit of history, or maybe a profile about the owner people want to know about you. Sure they can read it, but having quality photography, sound and motion tied together gives a more complete feel for you or your organization. Most of these projects take a day or two to create the raw content, audio interviews, still photography, and motion. Another day or two to complete the post-production and a round of editing and it’s done. It’s not a a painful process, in fact it’s pretty fun. Here’s a piece about the Oyster Restoration Project being done in The Great Bay of New Hampshire.