| Show + Tell is a production company, based both in Brisbane and London, specializing in converting each story into high quality visual showpieces. Producing for both TV and web content, these productions include corporates, TV commercial production, animation, creative concepts, promotional videos and much more!
From the initial conversation to the final cut, we listen to what our client wants and work with them to develop our renowned masterpieces that so many small and multi-national companies rave about.
Our vibrant team of film professionals combine their artistic talent and technical expertise to develop brilliant video concepts that are unique to each client.
Our focus is producing effective, stunning videography that leaves our clients as proud of their project as we are of our work.
At Show and Tell we love what we do and it shows. Our video specialists always deliver the best quality creative solutions for your product whilst making the whole process seamless and fun! We pride ourselves on providing exceptional service- from visual magic to the overall planning and interaction with us. Because we know that behind the scenes is just as important as the final product.
We deliver high quality video work across both cities but we also travel to wherever the work is needed, whether that’s around Australia, across the UK or any of the seas in between!
But all these are just words until you see what we have made out of our client stories for yourself... Or find out more and read about the director, Hemma Kearney.
So, you have received your finalised video file and the exciting moment comes to upload it to YouTube… …And finished! Although there is an unwanted freeze frame of the video- usually it’s unflattering or doesn’t capture the essence of your video in the way that you want it to. Here is a step by step …
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