Video Production

Photic Design produces high quality video, specialising in the field of education and location videography.

We will help you to produce high quality video and audio, and are able to host your video files for embedding within your own website. We can operate within an office environment, but are also equipped for recording video on location outside.

Information graphics can be added to your videos. Just let us know your requirements and we can develop the right animations to illustrate your information within the video.

Photic Design also offer voiceover services, so we can add a hgh quality, British English narration to your video. We will proof read your script and we can synchronize your voiceover track to your video.

Photic Design Features

  • Professional Quality Audio

    It is said that 50% of the quality of a video is dictated by the audio. We record clean audio and ensure maximum quality during post production.

  • Video for Education

    Video can help with your educational outreach requirements. We work with you to format your content for video.

  • Real Estate Videography

    We create high quality real estate video walkthoughs.

  • Aerial Drone Videography

    High resolution drone videography and photography.

Nature To Go Promotional Video

Nature To Go are a Wicklow based company offering guided walks and workshops: “Each of them will take you on a journey under the supervision of a guide and will last from 1.5 up to 5 hours. Depending on the experience and expectations, you will hike a multi-kilometer hike trail or go deeper into yourself – towards tranquillity. ”

5 in FIVE Video Series

5 in Five is a video showcase of Ireland’s native plants and wild places delivered in 5 minute episodes by Trinity College Botany Department and Trinity College Botanic Garden. The idea was hatched by head of department Professor Jennifer McElwain while out walking within her 5km radius of home during the COVID lockdown. The aim with this new video is to present 5 plant species in five minutes in an engaging way that showcases Ireland’s plant diversity in their native habitats, whether a shingle beach, mountain bog or old city wall.

Photic Design filmed and produced the series videos. You can view the videos below, and read more about them on the Trinity College Botanic Garden website.

The videos are also hosted on the Trinity College Dublin YouTube channel.