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Incarnation Video

THE ProJECT

The Church of the Incarnation is an Episcopal church in Dallas, Texas. The problem we were tasked with creating a video introducing the concept of two different worship services, targeted at two somewhat different types of worshippers, while also introducing the newly constructed wing of the church. The solution was a video shot over a few weeks to gently contrast and compare the two offerings while reinforcing the fact that they both happen under the safe roof, for the same congregation. The video was very successful, with the unexpected result of an article being written up about Trent Robertson in the resulting in the Church magazine.

The Basics

Concept by RRf
Shot on Canon 5D III DSLR
Edited in Adobe Premiere, After Effects

Team

Trent Robertson
Phillip Robertson

Categories

Videography
Storytelling
Branding

Video Workflow

We usually start with in-depth research to understand your business needs and target audience, then move to conceptualizing, a short synopsis, a script and storyboard, and then onto development. This careful approach may seem overkill, but it ensures an effective and engaging video.  

Time Management

We fit our timeline to best fit our client needs and resources.

Customer Participation

It is vital that someone is an advocate for your customers. We are happy to take on this role, strengthening your message. 

Market Research

Initial market research is a vital part of any project. It insures high user adoption and satisfaction.

Project Management

We work closely with every one of our clients to insure all goals and other success criteria are met.

DESCRIPTION

A video is all about storytelling. Music, motion, sound, design, lighting, timing, and imagery each play a vital role. The end result of a video is often to change the behavior of the viewer. In the case of this video, it was to reinforce the community spirit within the church to hopefully draw visitors.   

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Concept by RRF

Research

This video had to perfectly match the long enduring profile of the Episcopal Church while also offering more contemporary church activities, such as a less formal, more relaxed worship experience with live music during mass.

Video Design

The video had to meet rigorous. brand guidelines to match all aspects of the Church of the Incarnation experience.

Video Development

Edited on Adobe Premiere, with special effects in After Effects. Other applications used were Audition, Photoshop, Lightroom, with special effects plugins such as Red giant, Trapcode, and others. 

Ruby Red Frog is focused on creating a positive and enriching client experience. This means optimal communication by way of well defined processes as well as an array of easy-to-use collaboration tools.  

A story in Research

Research is the most important phase of creating your story. It doesn’t matter if you tell your story by way of a website, video, or even a photograph. 

A couple weeks of proper research gives your project a rock-solid foundation upon which the months of design and development can be built. Ruby Red Frog takes pride in the depth of research we offer.  

The numbers

There are plenty of numbers to guide you as to how to best engage the marketplace. But these efforts must be ongoing – like a never-ending game of tug-of-war. Because even if you are currently doing a good job of pulling prospective customers to your site, your competition is trying to figure out how to pull even harder. How are your numbers stacking up?

  • Q1 2017 Add-To-Cart US Conversion Rates – 2.46%
  • Jan 2018 Percentage Chrome Browser Users – 47.7%
  • Percent purchase after watching social videos – 64%

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