Last week I took advantage of a warm evening and packed up a new camera and a couple of my children and headed out to the water park here in St.Albert. I wanted to test out the camera, my new lens, the follow focus, the image stabilization and the slow motion. The water park seemed like an ideal challenge. I have to say, I was pretty impressed with the results….
We serve our clients‘ communication needs by producing technically sound videos with creative content at a reasonable price. With twenty years of Edmonton video production experience, we are able to deliver on time and on budget.
SHOOTING PEOPLE, PLACES & THINGS FOR MONEY SINCE 1997
Edmonton Videographer, David Mathew Bonner, started doing video productions in Edmonton professionally in 1997 for Artistic Creations. He worked there, full-time, for almost four years and was their editor and top videographer. In the winter of 2000, David left for the opportunity to start up a new video department at McMaster Photographers & Video. He spent almost 2 years there with the knowledge that he, eventually, wanted to be on his own. In the fall of 2001, he realized that dream and started David Mathew Bonner Video Productions.
At the root of the company is David’s personal commitment to provide quality and great service. It’s his passion, imagination, workmanship and progressive skills that makes the difference. David keeps his client's best interest in mind and only commits to projects he feels qualified and confident in producing.
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I recently purchased the Sony a6500 and I am very impressed with its auto features for both video and photography but I am an old glass junkie and love my vintage gear, and I also love to have full manual control over shooting and prefer to use vintage lenses when I can. I own an A6000 and the sony cameras are easy to use adapters with and I don’t think…
David Mathew Bonner Video Productions was hired by LiUNA to document the new Tiny Home Project. LiUNA started an Indigenous Training building structure in communities whilst providing skill training as a tool for success in building self-sufficient communities and building better futures in the trades