Pixel Stream Pictures

Pixel Stream Pictures

South Bend, IN (map)

2 years in service

2 employees

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Pixel Stream Pictures was founded by filmmakers David Stillson and Robert Campbell in 2013. We specialize in wedding films, music videos, TV commercials, and many other forms of visual storytelling.

About Pixel Stream Pictures

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Pixel Stream Pictures is a full-service production company that serves the entire Midwest region. Our mission is to spread brand awareness and message through the art of storytelling in video form. We can deliver your message in a variety of styles and formats, from 30-second commercials to web videos and training videos. We also produce independent films.

Story is our passion. We are always looking for creative ways to tell a story, even if it seems "out of the box." We love to make a positive emotional connection with an audience. If you work with us, we will try to bring the passion you have for your business through in the message of the production.

We edit using Adobe Premiere, Adobe After Effects and Adobe Audition. We also do 3D compositing and animation using After Effects and Cinema 4D.

We shoot on Canon 5D Mark II cameras and have a variety of motion control equipment such as jibs, sliders and dolly systems.


1657 Commerce Dr., 20-b
South Bend, IN 46628

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  • 5/5 stars February 22, 2012

    David did an absolutely fantastic job on two projects he developed for a company and non-profit with which I am involved. We were introduced on recommendation and found David to repeatedly go above and beyond the scope to ensure we were satisfied with the end product. Heartily recommend David, both his character and his work.

  • 5/5 stars August 25, 2011

    I work with David on a few project in South Bend. His knowledge in respect to audio and video is top-notch in the area. He has multiple levels of experience and produces constant quality productions and recordings.

    When it comes down to choosing someone who is adaptable to almost every situation, David Stillson steps up in that area. He is very universal in his talents and skills as a media company.

Question and answer

Q. What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?

A. The best advice I can give is to really look at a potential company's media portfolio. Make sure that the work they produce is already similar to what your vision may be for the quality of product you are looking to have made.

Q. What important information should buyers have thought through before seeking you out?

A. A potential buyer should have an idea of the budget they have for their project. Most times, a video production has costs involved such as props, lighting, location rentals, and other equipment rentals. Knowing your budget can help a production company give you the best possible result for your money.

Q. Why does your work stand out from others who do what you do?

A. We know that our work shows the world what we can do. Everything we produce has to meet a high standard of excellence. We have raised the bar on ourselves many times because we want to stand out against the competition. We also want this process to be fun. We strive to have a stellar relationship with all of our clients.

Q. What do you like most about your job?

A. For me, the moment I get to show a client their final project. The gratitude and positive energy is infectious.

Q. Do you do any sort of continuing education to stay up on the latest developments in your field?

A. As an independent film maker, I am always studying the latest and greatest techniques to achieve the most professional and cinematic looking shots. I am also constantly learning with tutorials and study guides on how to work with the latest and greatest software. Things are always changing, so I always keep myself updated on the latest production methods.

Q. If you have a complicated pricing system for your service, please give all the details here.

A. Most of the labor involved in any production is the post-production (editing) period. So pricing often varies based on how much editing needs to be done. If you wanted a scene with fully animated characters, you'll pay a lot more than a live action scene filmed with real actors. If you want fancier flashy titles and crazy explosions, it's not out of the question, it just takes longer to bring those ideas to the screen. It all comes down to your project's budget, and what you want to accomplish with the end product.

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