Corporate Video Guide

Mastering Corporate Video Production | taught by Corbyn & Caleb

Course description

The Corporate Video Guide is a master class designed for corporate filmmakers. The guide consists of 5 sections with over 5 hours of training.


The Corporate Video Guide is build on three concepts:

1. Build Strong Client Relationships
Learn how to put together a solid pre-production system that puts your clients at ease and let’s them know you have their back.

2. Produce Creative AND Effective Work
Doing so will translate to sales for your clients and therefore sales for you.

3. Create a Sustainable and Profitable Production Company
Learn how to put together budgets, figure out rates and bill effectively so that your production company can grow and thrive.

Corbyn & Caleb
Corbyn & Caleb


Corbyn Tyson

Corbyn Tyson is the director and founder of the production company Frank & Harvey. He has produced work for many big brands including Bentley Motor Company, Sargento, Kinhr and many more. You can see Corbyn's work on the Frank & Harvey website.




Caleb Pike

Caleb Pike is a camera operator, editor, and founder of DSLR Video Shooter. His experience branches from documentary and commercial, to film and educational material.

Course Curriculum

Conclusion & Discussion Area
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Reviews (11)

GREAT!!!!!

by Michael Hunter
EXTRA GREATNESS!!!!

Overall a solid investment

by Marcel Lecours
I enjoyed this tutorial and I feel like I walked away with some good information. If I can offer some constructive criticism, here's some areas I think you could improve: - The interface is a bit clunky. I felt like it took 2-3 steps to get to each new lesson. Next lesson should automatically play once the previous lesson is finished. - It would have been great if you covered more of the techniques. Aside from the basic interview setup, you don't really cover anything else in the way of technique. - It would have been helpful if you would have included downloadable templates of some of the contracts and forms that you mention. Examples of shot lists or storyboards would have been great too. - Lastly, I wish you had made the entire course downloadable from a single link. Unless I'm missing something here, it seems like each lesson has to be downloaded individually. Again, great job guys. My criticism was intended to be constructive. I hope it's taken that way. I really did enjoy the course and I think it was well worth the investment.

Great guide. Well done!

by Ashby Watts
Worthwhile and helpful guide. The pre-production section provided unique insights that head off many potential challenges in production and post. The lighting section is practical and the recommendations useable. Engaging the talent and make up techniques are both helpful discussions. I appreciate the advice - great value.
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GREAT!!!!!

by Michael Hunter
EXTRA GREATNESS!!!!

Overall a solid investment

by Marcel Lecours
I enjoyed this tutorial and I feel like I walked away with some good information. If I can offer some constructive criticism, here's some areas I think you could improve: - The interface is a bit clunky. I felt like it took 2-3 steps to get to each new lesson. Next lesson should automatically play once the previous lesson is finished. - It would have been great if you covered more of the techniques. Aside from the basic interview setup, you don't really cover anything else in the way of technique. - It would have been helpful if you would have included downloadable templates of some of the contracts and forms that you mention. Examples of shot lists or storyboards would have been great too. - Lastly, I wish you had made the entire course downloadable from a single link. Unless I'm missing something here, it seems like each lesson has to be downloaded individually. Again, great job guys. My criticism was intended to be constructive. I hope it's taken that way. I really did enjoy the course and I think it was well worth the investment.

Great guide. Well done!

by Ashby Watts
Worthwhile and helpful guide. The pre-production section provided unique insights that head off many potential challenges in production and post. The lighting section is practical and the recommendations useable. Engaging the talent and make up techniques are both helpful discussions. I appreciate the advice - great value.

If you are remotely serious about turning filmmaking into a living, YOU NEED TO BUY THIS.

by Cortney Hill
I have been on the fence about spending money on filmmaking course because of all the free content on YouTube and other websites. However, this unlike any " How to get rich.." "Start your filmmaking career..." You could ever find on YouTube. This is worth every penny. I took more notes from this course than I did when I was in college. Most of this you are already gone to know if you been doing this before, its not going to be wordly ground breaking, but the information you learn in this course is teaching you how to put all that knowledge together. From before you even hit record to filing taxes. I feel way more comfortable starting my own business now after watching these videos. Thank you both for creating this awesome guide!

Excellent

by Gemol Charles
You guys should do a class on filmmaking. Asap

Next best thing to a live mentor

by Matt Freeman
This is exactly what I wanted—an overview of all the day to day things you do in a video production business to fill in gaps in my knowledge and experience. It's great if you don't have a lot of friends in the business to compare notes with. You can find a ton of free information online and in books that go into detail on particular things, but not that many good comprehensive overviews. Plenty of practical information, obviously, but also it speaks about the stuff everyone finds a challenge, so you can fight off the feeling that you're an impostor, you're making a big mistake, you're going to starve and all that. There are practical demonstrations but there's also a lot of Corbyn and Caleb just talking about how you deal with things, answering the questions you'd be likely to ask if you went out for drinks together. Well worth the cost.

by Dion Wiebe

Wow, just wow!!!

by David Gelle
Three words. BUY THIS COURSE! Sooooo much good information for beginners and probably even for those who are already established in the world of video production.

Awesome Guide

by Wilmer Kousemaker
You can't find anything else on the internet which will guide you to run a better business in the "industry". I am just starting out as a one man band and this guide helped me to give my "company" a solid structure for making my company successful. Preproduction, gear, how to communicate with clients and so forth, its there. Definitely worth the investment.

by Kaja Koort

An insider's look into the corporate video industry

by Marcos Rocha
I am really enjoying this video course because every section is packed with useful information. It is great to see that these two guys are so willing to share everything they know and not hold back. If you are wanting to start doing or do more corporate videos, this is a course you would want to watch. They answer so many questions I had and I am pretty sure I will refer back to these in the future.