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    Brandon Peterson


    As Director of Photography, Brandon has traveled far and wide and filmed for big brands such as Coca-Cola, Mercedes-Benz, Kimberly-Clark, Google, AT&T, Bayer, and many more. He has shot everything from commercials, television, documentaries, music videos, training, and corporate; with many of these productions going on to win awards. With his unique blend of artistic, technical, and storytelling abilities, Brandon is able to get to the root of what the shot needs to communicate and records it in a clear, concise, and creative fashion. Brandon believes in the power of teamwork to enable a diverse group of people to work together on a project and create something bigger than the sum of its parts; and that's exactly what ECG Productions is all about!

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    Don'tcha Wish Your 6-Bys Were Hot Like This As hip-hop music mogul and pop culture icon DJ Khaled once famously said, “ANOTHER ONE!” The dynamic duo of Brandon & Collin are back with another hit infomercial! After showing off the amazing reliability of the Blitz 400, our heroes decided to...
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    Whether you like it or not, if you’re in the video production business, then you’re also in the business of data management. Video professionals must manage and protect a larger quantity of data than almost any other industry. That's because video files are some of the largest file types around....
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    A Chinese company that engineers quality lights at a low price. Even though most people haven't heard of Lightstar, it’s actually popular and is a trusted brand for productions in Asia. Like Arri, they have a full line of HMIs, from 24,000W all the way down to 200W. Ikan brokered...
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    10 Reasons Why the $3,500 Insta360 Pro is Better than the $60,000…$40,000…$25,000 Nokia Ozo 1. Price You could buy 7 Insta360 Pro cameras for the price of 1 Nokia Ozo. But how can a $3,500 camera even come close to competing with a $25,000 camera? Read on to discover how...