KAV was hired to film the Pan American Pro Bass Championship held recently in Cornwall. As the videographer, I was on board Team Izumi’s boat to capture Bob and his son Darren in action. Their banter was priceless, and their expertise is world-class. Look out for an episode featuring tournament highlights shot in Cornwall and the fishing action on Lake St. Francis coming soon to Bob Izumi’s Real Fishing Show on Global TV, realfishing.com and possibly elsewhere.
We have all been told about the power of video for marketing and public awareness. As a videographer, I am often approached by organizations to produce promotional videos. I try to be involved right from the planning stage to help guide the decision makers along the path through shooting, final edit and delivery. After all, the goal is a video that gets attention and delivers the right message to viewers and potentially new clients.
If you’re looking to get involved in the community or discover opportunities for socializing and recreation consider participating in the activities hosted by one of the clubs featured in this video series.
Newborn Screening Ontario (NSO) has decided to use a video series that will be available in thirty of the most commonly spoken languages in the province. KAV is working with a multilingual translation firm along with a variety of local voice artists on the latest series to be released in 30 languages later this spring.
For the third time, our community has chosen KAV Productions as their favourite videographer. The Readers Choice pole conducted by the Standard-Freeholder daily newspaper in Cornwall, Ontario asks its readers to choose their favourite businesses and services among hundreds in a number of categories. Here are all the results for 2017.
The Cornwall Interfaith Partnership brings together a diverse group of spiritually minded people to harness their collective genius to address the big issues of our day. KAV Productions was invited to produce a documentary that would encapsulate their story as part of their presentation, later this year, before the Parliament of World Religions. Sharing their […]
Since the early 1990s there has been a gradual transition from Standard Definition 4:3 screen ratio to digital video and an upgraded resolution to improve picture quality on larger screens. The broadcast and streaming standard is now HD (High Definition) in the 16:9 aspect ratio with some providers offering Ultra-HD, 4k or even 8k.
At a time of the year when the countryside was looking so idyllic, this film-maker couldn’t help but be inspired to capture the amazing rural beauty found in Eastern Ontario. From the Sangsters’ General Store in Bainsville to the historic Wyman farm on the Ottawa River in Chute a Blondeau and tied together with narration by Keith Clingen, the 54 minute documentary is available on DVD as a keepsake for history buffs, or anyone with ties to Glengarry or rural Eastern Ontario.
Fire prevention is key to saving lives and property. In an effort to extend its safety message to citizens beyond conventional media, Cornwall Fire Services teamed up with KAV Productions to produce a music video. Using a little humour and some powerful images, the parody “Save Your Life” is based on the Sam Hunt hit, Take Your Time. CFS chief, Pierre Voisine and his firefighters, are using likes and shares on social media to spread the word about having working smoke detectors and planing emergency escapes from homes.
Community leaders and local business people gathered for the 18th annual Year in Review event hosted by Team Cornwall at the Galaxy Theatre just before the Christmas holiday. The highlight was a presentation by Bob Peters, Senior Development Officer with the City of Cornwall Economic Development Department. The venue presented an ideal opportunity to meet […]