At Nuvanta we believe in the talent behind the well told stories and we know that it is the key element for success; That’s why there is always one of our expert storytellers with a technical, narrative and strategic proposal.
Animation and graphics are a great tool for telling contemporary digital stories.
As filmmakers and storytellers, we are convinced that there are ideal techniques to generate, produce and tell each story.
Edition · Color · Adaptations · Rotoscope · Integration · Volume · Compression
Every story has its own creative process. The beginning is just as important as the final stage, where complimenting details are added and the final touches are given. The process of post production is essential to achieve and surpass both the narrative and aesthetic objectives.
There are some stories that are not meant to be for everyone, they are intimate, internal, private… In a way they are from us to us. Those that don’t necessarily have to be uploaded because they are just for the members of a business, team or group; they require a more specialized language and sensibility to convey the message. Every story requires a storyteller, especially home stories.
Light, composition, action, color, optics, vision… There are stories told in just one frame. There are hundreds of ways to capture and generate these moments. Our approach is through narrative sensibility and the talent of our photographers.
For a story to be well told it requires some essential elements which give the best results. More resources do not necessarily translate into greater stories. The challenge lies in combining good planning with the experience and the talent.
The in-frame storytellers, those who speak directly to the audience. Direct messages, experiences, opinions, advice, guidance, testimonies and truths to be told.
There are no limits for thestorytelling. The step-by-step, close ups, discovering every detail about ingredients and products that come together to create an idea, a recipe, a flavor. A story that tempts the senses of our audience. The protagonists: color, texture and movement.