Portrait video Frankfurt

Say something about yourself and give your viewers
an impression of your competence in advance.​

That's what your portrait video could look like

Overview portrait video Frankfurt

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How to produce a portrait video
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Production procedure

The event video Frankfurt team

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Why Choose Fenchel And Janisch
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Marcel Fenchel: Director & Scriptwriter
I am your first point of contact and also your contact person during the production. I am the one directing your shoot and from start to end, I am always there for you.
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Moritz Janisch: Cameraman & Editor
I am the one filming your video in the best possible way. I choose the right gear and create the perfect shots for your video. Afterwards I am also the responsible editor.
Stephen Crilley rated on Google
Great working with you, everything is always done very professionally and you are an extremely reliable company to do business with. Looking forward to our next project together.
Rob Sari rated on Google
Very uncomplicated film team, with which work is really fun. From the fast response time to the professional production, the collaboration has inspired me. Absolute recommendation!
FAQ portrait video Frankfurt

In addition to their services, consultants, coaches, lawyers and doctors also offer their personalities in Frankfurt. They provide individual and sometimes very personal services and therefore have a very close relationship to customers, clients or patients. You face two challenges at the same time. They have to convince the client of their competence as well as on their interpersonal skills. This is exactly what Portrait video in Frankfurt does.

A portrait video in Frankfurt presents you with your appearance, voice, gestures and facial expressions, distinguishing you from your competitors. If there is support from the customer side, the first meeting will be much more effective, because it is a direct clarification of content related aspects.

Also, within the framework of such a video production in Frankfurt, there is the possibility to give the viewer a foretaste of their own competence, by briefly touching on small topics or giving valuable tips. For example, the first 10 minutes of a lecture could be recorded during the video production, in order to convince the audience of your expert knowledge. A doctor could describe different treatment methods and explain why the root canal treatment is not as bad as it sounds or why a lawyer can explain current judgements affecting his clients. The point is not to reveal your entire knowledge free of charge in the video but to raise exciting topics, to tear them up or to stand out from the many providers.

A portrait video should have three parts: The presentation of one’s own professional competence, the demonstration of a clear positioning and the communication of one’s own personality. The professional competence can be presented by briefly touching on those topics where you are an absolute expert. It will not reveal too much, but just enough to make the viewer curious about more and to convince him of the competence of the provider, concerning a specific subject area. The next step in video production is to position yourself clearly: Who exactly are you working for? Private customers or business customers and possibly different industries. Thus, a provider who only works for business customers in the field of architecture will be able to win architects’ offices as customers more easily, than a provider whose positioning is not clearly defined.
Positioning doesn’t mean that you have to absolutely limit yourself, but the rough direction should be adjusted. The third part of the production of a portrait video in Frankfurt, is the personality of the service provider. Because they constantly work with the customer and are permanently in a consulting or discussion situation. To achieve the best possible results, this should also be done in an interpersonal way. Through the portrait video, the provider has the opportunity to send positive signals to the customer and the customer gets a much better impression of how he speaks, how he presents himself and how he works, so that the first conversation can directly address more concrete questions.
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