13 Things About Business Video…

13 things about business video that you might not have known…

1. According to Cisco, 90% of all traffic on the Internet in the next few years will be from video. So, if you are not using video to promote your business, you are losing out.
2. By 2013 nearly 20% of all ad spending was directed toward video content.
3. Keep your videos short. According to marketing professionals the typical length of a watched Internet video is just under 3 minutes.
4. Create a video with high-quality production values. Not many people want to spend time watching a video that is fuzzy and blurry.
5. To have a professional look, you really should use supplemental light.
6. Choose only video websites that will allow you to share your video with social media –
YouTube, Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, LinkedIn.
7. Choose a title that accurately reflects what your video is about.
8. Include a two- or three-paragraph description the clearly outlines what’s in your video and don’t forget to include relevant tags.
9. According to Forrester Research, videos are 53 times more likely than text to appear on page one of Google search results.
10. You can use YouTube’s keyword tool to help you pick the right keywords that are the most popular based on monthly search statistics.
11. When you post your video to social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, Instagram, be sure to either tweet or tag influential companies or people in your posts.
12. You can use Facebook ads to promote video reviews and other content.
13. Did you know that sellers, who present their service on video, sell 220% more?

Julie Diebolt Price, President of JDP Photography

Julie Diebolt Price


Here is the link to my eBusinessCard video.

Family Portrait Hybrid Holiday Greeting

We created a “moving” family portrait for the Sterton’s. This is an eProduct created with hybrid photography – still photos, video, and audio. At JDP Photography we call it an eHolidayCard. Let us create yours, too!

Hybrid Holiday Greeting – moving pictures



was created by JDP Photography for the Bursh Family at Pioneer Road Park in Tustin. Hybrid photography, a combination of still photos, video and music, made this “moving” family Christmas card. They will send this link in their email to everyone on their holiday greeting card list!

Digital Photography Classes

Blood Moon Lunar Eclipse October 2014 - learn how to do it in digital photography classes

Blood Moon in a Sea of Stars, Lunar Eclipse, October 8, 2014

As the year draws to a close, we have just a few Digital Photography Classes – field sessions left to help you hone your skills this year. We are dark during December as we celebrate the holidays and prepare for next year.

Here’s what we will be doing in November –

Saturday, November 8:  Beach/Ocean in the morning and Wildlife in the afternoon. (Our rain date is the following day, November 9).

Saturday, November 15:  Tidepools at low tide 11:30 am, then Sherman Gardens in the afternoon. (Our rain date is the following day, November 16 with low tide at noon.)

Click here to get more details and sign up for the sessions.


PLEASE NOTE:  There are two more lunar eclipses next year and I hope you will consider joining me for the night. I was able to capture some exciting images and I even created some fusion and hybrid videos. Watch them with these links.