Introducing Greyhound Creative’s Studio

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We are proud to show off our new & improved video production studio and office in Rendlesham, Suffolk which is now open for use. This space has been designed and built for your podcasts, interviews, product and talking head video needs. It is located at the Creative Hub: Old Jet on the Bentwaters Park.

Introducing Greyhound Studios

Introducing Greyhound Studios! Greyhound Studios is a platform that was set up to allow you to send your video footage to us for post-production. Alternatively, we can repurpose and adjust existing professional content to allow you to boost your online presence without breaking the bank.  Having worked with some of the groundbreaking start-ups across the […]

Unlocking the Power of Responsive Web Design: Why It’s Now More Crucial Than Ever

A responsive website adapts to different screen sizes and devices, providing users with a seamless experience across desktops, laptops, tablets, and smartphones. This ensures that visitors can easily navigate and engage with your website’s content, leading to increased satisfaction and longer visit durations. Having a responsive website is crucial for companies in the creative industry […]

Greyhound Creative: Spring Updates & Offers

Welcome to Greyhound Creative’s one-off Spring update. As part of this blog post, we are giving recipients and their friends 30% off our website services and 25% off video content, photography and graphic design until April 30th 2023 to celebrate our third birthday!

Five Things To Consider When Planning Video Content.

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Despite pre-production taking up the least amount of time in comparison to the rest of the filmmaking process, it is vital to the outcome of the project. Not only can it improve the final outcome of the film for many different reasons, it can save a lot of time for those on shoot and in post production, ironing out any potential problems before they occur.

Here is a checklist of things to consider when planning your next video shoot.

What does it mean to run a small business?

I absolutely love my job, particularly as I have the freedom of being my own boss. However, running a small business can be tough at the best of times. I first started Greyhound Creative in April 2020 during the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic. That certainly had its challenges and the odds were against us… […]

Our Services: Greyhound Creative

Welcome to Suffolk’s Creative Agency, Greyhound Creative.  What can a Creative Agency do? Well… our team can take your project from just your initial brief and wildest inspiration to producing all of the visual and technical aspects you need to give your business a strong presence online and in print. With our track record of […]

How Can Video Production Benefit Your Business?

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Increasingly, content marketers use video content as part of their digital marketing strategy. This is due to its recent surge in popularity across social media platforms online and the way we consume user-generated content. Video content can improve your websites search engine optimisation, can help you to gain more traction on social media, improve your […]

Greyhound Creative: Our Equipment

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At Greyhound Creative, we are very proactive in investing in new equipment in order to keep up with the newest standards in order to impress our clients!

A Brief Guide to Event Videography/Photography

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Back when I first started to film & photograph events, I searched YouTube and Google for a helpful guide to put me at ease and prepare me in the best possible way. Despite watching a few of the videos and reading some articles, I remember feeling lost and leaving it partially to trial and error in order to find the ropes. A few years later & we have filmed music events on stages in front of more than 40,000 people, weddings & more commonly, much smaller events where in some cases along the way it was much tougher to make it look like there was actually anybody attending! This is a short guide that I hope will help you to prepare for events, mainly focusing on the filming aspect but a lot of the tips also apply for photographers alike, based on things I have learnt from being on music tours, at various commercial events and weddings, having made mistakes in the past that I’d never want to make again.