Updates regarding COVID-19 incoming! As you all are aware COVID-19 has changed daily life for small businesses everywhere, and we here at SkyCastle Productions, LLC are no different. Our video and photography services came screeching to a halt as events and close contact became increasingly dangerous.
In March and April, we took to Facebook to teach the basics of DIY marketing and share with you the best tips to run your business while remaining socially distant. But we’re pleased to say that we’re slowly allowing ourselves back in the game with in-person services.
Measures We are Taking
Social Distancing: Our videography team and photography team are remaining at least 6 feet away from subjects. When shooting for real estate we are asking that no more than one person be in the room with our team at a time. Product shoots are available both in our studio, or on location as long as our photographer can safely remain six feet away from human contact.
PPE: Our team will be using masks, face coverings, and gloves where appropriate. We are asking our clients do the same when working with us.
Cleaning: When using microphones for videography we will be using shotgun mics for the majority of ambient sound to avoid close contact. If there is need for a lapel mic we will be cleaning mics between each use and will be instructing our clients on how to attach them to clothing. This does mean there may be additional liability releases for equipment and sound quality in our contracts until we can safely attach mics to our clients ourselves.
Our team is also taking the greatest precautions when physically on site. Using PPE and by washing hands, using hand sanitizer, and sanitizing our equipment we hope to provide the safest environment for everyone.
We understand that as we begin to look for our new normal during this COVID-19 pandemic we all want to be safe and secure. It is our goal at SkyCastle Productions that we are able to make your clients feel safe while providing the highest quality services!
Please be advised, if you’re still immunocompromised or have had a temperature of greater than 100 F to please remain home use best practices when socially distancing.