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Best Locations to Shoot Your Next Professional Video Production in Miami Finding the perfect location for your Miami production or photo-shoot can be tough. That is to say, if you’re shooting outdoors, you’ll need to account for weather, sound, foot traffic, and lighting, among other things. For studio video shoots, you’ll still need to find a space that meets the specific needs of your production. Thankfully, there are a number of great locations for video production throughout South Florida. More specifically, Miami is full of great studios and outdoor locations to shoot and edit your video. Best Locations for Video Production in Miami Naturally, the best location for your Miami video production will depend on a variety of factors. That said, there are a number of prime locations for video productions in and around Miami-Dade County. So, let’s take a look at a few of the best locations for video production in Miami. Sophia’s Garden About 15 minutes southwest of downtown Miami is Sophia’s Garden. This tranquil and beautifully manicured farmland provides event hosting for weddings, birthday parties, family gatherings, and much more. Additionally, it is a great outdoor venue for video productions in need of a rural location just outside of the city. For more information on Sophia’s Garden, consult their website right here. Crandon Park Golf Course The Crandon Park Golf Course is a beautiful venue that offers fantastic views of Biscayne Bay. The golf course is open to visitors during regular business hours and can be booked for special events ahead of time. You can learn more about the Crandon Park Golf Course at this link. Schnebly Redland’s Winery This winery & brewery offers Miami residents a taste of the exotic, with a waterfall and tropical tavern. At Schnebly Redland’s Winery, there’s ample room inside and out for video productions in need of a tropical aesthetic. Schnebly Redland’s Winery website provides more information about its services and special events. Matheson Hammock Park Matheson Hammock Park is the perfect place to have a relaxing stroll on the waterfront. Dozens of boats line the nearby dock, and walking paths cut through the palm trees. It may not offer a lot of space, but Matheson Hammock Park is one of the best locations for productions in need of waterfront property. For more information, check out the Miami-Dade County parks website. Securing a Permit for Video Production in Miami The locations above are just a few of the great places to produce high-quality videos in Miami. However, if you don’t have the right permits, it doesn’t if the location is perfect or not. That’s why it is important to obtain the necessary permits well ahead of your planned shooting date. Thankfully, producing videos and choosing the right location is relatively easy. First, you need to scout locations and figure out what you need for your particular video production. You can scout hundreds of Miami locations on this website. Then, you must contact the property owners directly to discuss dates, property availability, and costs. Once you’ve come to an agreement, you will need to seek the necessary permits. In order to obtain the necessary permits, you will need to contact the City of Miami Film Office. The Miami Film Office will provide you with the necessary steps to take and the forms needed to obtain your location permits. Once you’ve received permission from the city, you’re all set! You can get your Miami video production up and running! Your local location and production partner Are you interested in finding a location, equipment, or permits for video production in Miami? If so, People First Media can help you get started and see your project through post-production. People First Media is a boutique video production company in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and Fort Myers. For more information, check out our website today!
Hello group, Well I was always wondering what camera model the filming crew, with Coppola himself as the director, was using in 'Apocalypse Now'. Looks a lot like a 16mm film camera with electric motor and pilot tone cable going to the tape recorder, 16mm film - judging by the width of the (400ft?) external mag and of course this was the format used by TV news crews at the time. Doesn't look like an Arriflex or an Éclair. Mitchell perhaps? Screengrabs are from a YouTube film analysis video, so I guess it's O.K. to post it here. I have chosen the two frames where the camera model can be seen most clearly. Never seen this model before. Any reply highly apprecdiated - simply out of curiosity. Thanks in advance, Christian