After the shoots, all our footage was offloaded onto hard drives and sorted it into separate treatments and interviews for each video.
Out of all the footage taken that day we rough-cut for outtakes and we put together an initial sequence using the best bits.
Following sequence editing, a feedback session took place face-to-face with the client.
This allowed us to give a much more personalised edit, with live tweaks to the footage.
During the meeting, we decided with the client that there was need for an additional video for marketing purposes, so we got back to work.
Following a similar process to the treatment videos, we headed back to the clinic to get some more shots.
For this marketing video, the client interview and treatment shots came first, followed by an interview with Leah to explain the process and finished on a client testimonial.
In one last visit to the clinic, we gained some final footage of an Emsella Chair Treatment, and then sat down with the client for a feedback session in the afternoon.
At the end of this great project, we had created 5 treatment videos, 3 meet the team videos and one web banner to be used on Dr Leah’s new website.
Our Emsella Chair Treatment video ended up in an article featured on the Daily Mail website, you can see it here.