THE BAMBOO PICTURES ADVANTAGE
The Bamboo shoot is short and sharp.
No large crew, no hassles, no surprises. Shooting is done discreetly without disruption to office activities and operations. That is our service promise.
90% of our shoots are conducted using the OMO method (One-Man-Operation)
In a post-COVID era, it means companies can set aside headcount for employees rather than for our crew in restricted work groups.
Bamboo Pictures delivers big impact videos on small budgets by using the latest innovation in video production tools.
By spending less behind the camera, you apportion larger budget for your on-screen talents, events and media buys.
SCRIPTING AND CONCEPTUALISATION
Bamboo Pictures takes pride in understanding your market and audience before shooing a single frame.
We speak in your organisation's unique tone of voice to deliver content that is consistent to your marketing objectives.
Performing for the camera is a breeze with the aid of our confidence monitors, teleprompters and electronic autocue software.
Deliver your message clearly and confidently in a fraction of the time it takes for our crew to set up.
Anyone can be a star with Bamboo Pictures behind the camera.
Bamboo Pictures provides fast turnkey solutions for one-stop rapid turnarounds.
We deliver 2D and 3D animation in-house using realtime video processing engines
The Bamboo Pictures Advantage is possible only by implementing the latest in video technology innovation.
Every few years, our efficiency leapfrogs to take advantage of faster computers, more efficient codecs and simplified workflows.
Commissioned by ESPN-FC,
the Bamboo PIctures team delivered twice-weekly soccer updates from the sidelines of the S-League, driving a 60% increase in viewership locally.
Bamboo PIctures worked with a UK trainer to develop over 30 hours of video training modules for the Singapore BMW sales force.
The result, a 60% cost and time savings.
MINISTRY OF MANPOWER
Bamboo Pictures explainer videos help the Ministry of Manpower raise awareness among local and foreign companies on key policy changes.