video production

DFES and Peaceful Bay the GMi Way!

Last Friday saw GMi taking a quick trip down to Peaceful Bay in our states beautiful Great Southern Region to do a shoot for the Department of Fire and Emergency Services (DFES).

 

The shoot was about recognizing the efforts of the Peaceful Bay Sea Rescue Group in a dramatic sea rescue operation over two days that they performed earlier in the year. The shoot was a lot of fun and Mark is looking forward to getting back into the both the Great Southern and the Southwest to further expand our library of drone vision!

 

For more information on DFES go here:

Department of Fire and Emergency Services

 

To find out more info about the volunteer rescue services go here:

DFES Volunteer Marine Rescue Service

 

For more information on how we can help you with your next project contact us

 

GMi working with the community.

 

As you probably already know GMi has been working closely with community groups to help spread the word of the fantastic conservation projects they work on. We here at GMi are pleased to welcome the Leschenault Catchment Council to the growing number of groups we assist here in Western Australia.

Quokka Forest

They join our conservation clients list which also includes the Australian branch of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the Department of Parks and Wildlife, and the Blackwood Basin Group (BBG). The BBG has just opened their latest conservation success to the public the creation of a wetlands haven at Schwenkes Dam.

This new wetland is part of the Priority Bittern and Waterbird Biodiversity Enhancement Project.

BBG Lake drone

This has been and continues to be a fantastic project to work on and if you would like more information on this or any of the other projects we work on drop us a line here. Also keep an eye out on the ABCs’ Landline program, which will have a story about the BBG project (using of our vision) later this month.

You can find more information about the community groups and organizations we work with here:

Parks and Wildlife (DPaW)

Leschenault Catchment Council (LCC)

WWF Australia

Blackwood Basin Group (BBG)

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Water corporation Waterwise

GMi gets wise with the Water Corporation

The Water Corporation of Western Australia is about to launch a series online training packages based around businesses and households becoming Waterwise users. These packages were fully produced in-house here at GEO Media interactive (GMi) and contained video components, animations, interactive media and programming, as well as SCORM and LMS authoring and implementation.

 

Whats more the work we have been done has been submitted as an entry into a statewide award. More details on the award entry and packages will be made available in early 2016 when the training goes live! In the meantime check out the Water Corporation website and learn what it means to be Waterwise!

 

Lamby focusing on cameras at IBC 2015!

Cameras at IBC 2015

Panasonic and Carl

 

Lambys adventures continued with looking at some of the newly released 4k cameras at IBC 2015. Lamby showed particular interest in the upcoming offerings from Panasonic the AG-DVX200, Sony the PXW-FS7 and Australian manufacturer Black Magic design very own URSA Mini 4.6K (15 Stops of Dynamic range!!!).  These cameras, along with new drones and external monitor/recorders has got Mark M very keen indeed to sit down with Lamby and geek out over the upcoming video production tech.

Watch this space as when Lamby returns home here to GEO Media Interactive he will be giving a more in-depth look at his findings from IBC 2015, and Carl will be back too! To see What Carl and Lamby got up to at IBC previously click here!

Or if you would like to know more about the International Broadcast Convention of 2015 click here.

Cameras at IBC 2015

URSA MINI

Bunbury Art & Culture

BREC Night

Here is the next video in our 5 video series created for the City of Bunbury, it’s called: Art & Culture. This video focuses on the diverse Arts, Entertainment, and Cultural experiences to be had in one of the fastest growing regional cities in Australia: The City of Bunbury.

 

Click here to see the video

To infinity and beyond…

7D 1000mm and GMi

GMi has recently added to its diverse equipment collection with addition of a new 1000mm Super Telephoto lens. Married up to a state of the art aluminum SLR camera cage, high definition field monitor and our beloved Canon 7D camera GMi is now able to undertake those incredible wildlife shoots in full HD.

 

With a magnification significantly greater than our previous best lens, this rig is already producing spectacular wildlife video. Using the latest in post production image stabilization from Avid Media Composer and Adobe After Effects we are able to use the lens to its maximum magnification, shooting wildlife at 200m or more with superb clarity. The addition of our specially sourced dedicated field monitor and rail system allows for greater focus control and quick setup.

 

Look out for the results in documentaries we are producing now – we are excited, and we hope you will be too!

Investing in Bunbury

City of Bunbury

Here is the next video in our 5 video series created for the City of Bunbury, it’s called Investing in Bunbury. This video focuses on some of the development and investment opportunities available in one of the fastest growing regional cities in Australia: The City of Bunbury.

 

Click here to watch the video!

9 Years today, Mark M celebrates another year with GMi!

Mark M LG9 years ago today GMi’s Mark Moore joined GMi’s ranks as our camera man in a day full of memories, shenanigans, and ultimately hypnosis.  It was a day fondly remembered by all the staff here past and present. In that 9 years Mark has shown no desire to leave the good ship GMi (the hypnosis must of worked then… or possibly it has failed horribly) and has grown (quite literally!) with the business and helped it become one of WA’s best small production houses.

Originally Mark thought he would only be with us for a couple of years before moving back to Perth but when he discovered just how good the Southern Lifestyle is, there was no turning back. So instead we now find him not in some cramped newsroom in a city rushing for a deadline, but instead swanning around our great state filming all sorts of interesting things for us, and spending time with his wife and new son in a place he now certainly calls home.

Congratulations Mark, we’ll try and get rid of you next year, surely we will have found a way by then!

Gateway WA

IMG_4108GEO Media Interactive are documenting a new major infrastructure and roadworks construction project. This time the project is the $1 billion dollar Gateway WA Perth Airport and Freight Access Project.

Gateway WA is the largest infrastructure project ever undertaken by Main Roads WA and aims to improve the safety and efficiency of one of the State’s most important transport hubs, where road, rail and air services connect.  GMi is providing video and photography services to be used for their website, a corporate video showing the construction, banners, and posters for the project, and in TV and print media.

 

IMG_4121The crew here are looking forward to getting into some of the sites to shoot industrial timelapses which always come up great in videos.

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