Greyhound Creative: Our Equipment

A man filming people on a street painting on a billboard

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

Image of a video camera screen filming something.

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.

Celebrating one year of Greyhound Creative & July 21 Round-up

Image of Carla Borges wearing pink lingerie in front of a window.

This week we are celebrating one year in business trading as Greyhound Creative!

We are incredibly grateful for having been in business a whole year, and we wish to give a big thanks to everybody that we have worked with and to those who have shown us support – we couldn’t possibly have done it without the help of some amazing people!

Greyhound Creative: 2020 Roundup

Ricardo Markin standing with a film camera on a tripod with his back facing towards the camera with two young men in front of him in the woods. There is also music equipment on the floor and a guitar.

“I was lucky enough to get away on a work trip to the US back in Jan, completely unaware of what was to come in 2020 – first hearing about the corona virus in the SF airport on the way back home as two american ladies in the gift shop mentioned it in passing, completely unaware of the devastating effects it would have on us all.