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Essential Guide to Filming Incentives in the United States & Canada

Essential Guide to Filming Incentives in the United States & Canada

The United States and Canada have been vying against each other for film production bragging rights since the 1990s. Once Canada became a hot bed for productions with its film incentive program in 1997, many U.S. states followed suit and began launching their own production incentives. Luckily for every filmmaker the U.S. and Canada both…

Fun With Helmets: Advertising Photo Shoot in Amsterdam

Fun With Helmets: Advertising Photo Shoot in Amsterdam

Just another day at work riding bikes around Amsterdam! Acro Sports hired us to take photos of their new bike helmets for use in their advertising campaigns on brochures, websites, and ads. Our local photographer did an amazing job as usual (that’s why he is Global Media Desk certified) and we have another satisfied client. Here…

Global Media Desk Review of 2014

Global Media Desk Review of 2014

For the Global Media Desk 2014 looked a little something like this: amazing projects, stellar reviews, fantastic clients, and a lot of fun.  We have worked on countless photography, video production, and interpreting projects in every corner of the globe and connected with some superbly talented and creative people.  Best of all, and most important to…

Nigeria’s Largest Photo Festival: A New Look at Africa

Nigeria’s Largest Photo Festival: A New Look at Africa

When organizing the first ever photo festival in Nigeria, LagosPhoto Director Azu Nwagbogu, and others from the African Artists’ Foundation had one major objective in mind:  offer a platform where photographers could narrate fresh stories about their continent. Their mission was to empower photographers to remedy the negative images associated with the continent, as specifically…

Hollywood’s Film Location Trends 2014

Hollywood’s Film Location Trends 2014

Producers often walk a tightrope between keeping production costs in check and ensuring that the quality and authenticity of the movie doesn’t suffer in any way. They’ve increasingly been looking at ‘greener pastures’ away from California that offer lucrative film tax incentives while also serving as good locations for physical production. A latest example of…