Filming Monsters

If ever we need reminding that video production is not all glamour, our thoughts generally turn to the hours we have spent filming large earth-moving equipment such as the engineering beasts manufactured and distributed by global organisation Terex.

Whilst in the early and (slightly) more glamorous days of our video production company, filming these promotional and training videos took our crew to many far flung hot climates, the latter years has had us restricted to the UK. For some unfortunate reason the filming schedule seems to always fall in the winter months when not only is the weather at its worst but the days are so short that we risk more days filming being involved. Given the nature of the beasts, the location chosen to film the trucks in their best light is guaranteed to come under the description of a ‘site’ and involve horrid, wet, rough and completely unmanageable (by human limbs!) terrain.

However, as the blog category suggests, the male members of the Rumble crew are never too perturbed. In fact, regardless of the where and whens, they are positively excited about filming huge ‘tonka trucks’; their day made when invited to sit in the cabin and ride the monsters as they bore their way through the rugged landscape.

You can see a promotional video we produced for Terex via www.rumblelimited.tv/terex

To find out more about our video production company Rumble please visit www.rumble.tv

 

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