September “Tips From Tats” – Virtual Production Tips

Whether it is a welcome reception, a lūʻau, a business meeting, or an awards gala, production matters! A great performance by a dancer or musician isn’t so great if you can’t hear or see them! The president’s message, the employee appreciation speech, or the announcement of the winner of the year all lose impact and meaning if they cannot be heard! Clear quality sound and lighting are key components to a successful event.

These rules apply in the virtual world, now more than ever. Beyond sound quality and lighting, a sharp video image along with multiple camera angles elevates the experience and is the key to keeping virtual events engaging in order to capture and retain the attention of the audience.

Check back at the end of this month to learn more about our Kaʻana Collection featuring some of Hawaiʻi’s acclaimed speakers, performers, cultural advisors, team building experts, and chefs, including Chef Sam Choy pictured below. And of course, we have handled the production to ensure a seamless experience.

Chef Sam Choy filming for his cooking show “Chef Sam Choy’s in the Kitchen” via West Hawai‘i Today