Who We Are
Angel Communications provide Corporate video production, Training video, Web based video and documentaries; in and around Durham, Newcastle, the North East and the rest of the UK.
When I formed Angel Communications, one of the main aspects I wanted to achieve was flexibility. Although we plan every shot by story-boarding and scripting, our experience tells us that when on location something new may start to develop; an idea, a new shot, a new location, an extra interview...
It is our ability to quickly adapt to these new ideas, integrating them into the storyline or even give someone a quick lesson on how to present themselves on camera, that sets us apart from the rest.
We are a friendly and informal company that deliver totally professional results on time, every time. We treat every video as if it were our own, always going the extra mile for our clients, involving ourselves with the scripting, planning and story-boarding as much as they request. This ensures that the whole experience of making their video is enjoyable and completely stress free.
- Alan Chapman, Proprietor
What We Do
Whether using dynamic titles, visual elements or animated graphics, our visual effects add the final touch of professionalism to your film.
This is where we add our magic to make your video stand out from the crowd.
We can make excellent use of Colour Correction to evoke emotion. From highly saturated, eye catching product demonstrations to a cold, lifeless scene, we can manipulate the colour of your film to suit virtually any mood or situation. This process completely transforms a standard looking video into a true work of art.
We can take your corporate logo and transform it into a dynamic animation to appear before your video. This adds that personal touch to your video and can strengthen your corporate identity.
Complex Scene Manipulation
Sometimes you need to film a specific location but there are obstacles in your path; that unsightly dead tree, an outdated sign, or even structural damage. These are just a few examples of problems that can be corrected in a variety of ways with Complex Scene Manipulation. The example below shows a scene where part of the sound proofing material on the wall in the background was missing. Using RotoscopingRotoscoping
This is an animation technique in which animators trace over live-action film movement, frame by frame, for use in films.
By tracing an object, a silhouette (called a matte) is created that can be used to extract that object from a scene for use on a different background.
Rotoscoping in the digital domain is often aided by motion tracking and onion-skinning software. techniques, we were able to digitally replace the sound proofing which enabled the shot to be used in the final edit.