How many DPs get to say they have worked for Spongebob? On May 9, 2015, the NASCAR Sprint Cup returned to Kansas for the "Spongebob Squarepants 400", and Video Soup was hired to capture content for Nickelodeon. Video Soup DP Craig Campbell has worked for NASCAR at Kansas Speedway races each year since the track's inception in 2001. Over two days we worked with Nick
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To visually illustrate Video Soup's capabilities, we post a smorgasbord of projects from the past year and wrap it into a delicious 1-minute production demo. Check out our latest concoction now available at my videosoup.tv/portfolio page or my Vimeo.com/videosoup page .
Any good builder has the right tool for the right job in his toolbox. In the video world, that toolbox is full of gear including audio equipment, lights, monitors, tripods, lenses, accessories, and of course cameras. Video Soup has added the new PXW-FS7 XDCAM to its toolbox. Sony released this camera late 2014, and it is quickly becoming the talk of the professional video industry.
August 25, 2014 American Idol recorded auditions in Kansas City this month, and E! News needed soundbites tout suite. Craig Campbell received the phone call at 9am, and within 2 hours a crew of three were ready to record. Shot in ENG fashion, this E! crew captured candid interviews with American Idol judges Jennifer Lopez, Keith Urban, and Harry Connick Jr. Later we shot another
Read the article Craig Campbell was recently quoted in "Crews News", a publication produced by Crews Control. In the article "10 Tools Camera Operators Cannot Live Without", Craig draws from his many years of experience in field shooting, giving a quick tip for all camera operators. It's all about the lipstick, or so he says. Read More
On April 8, NASCAR Sprint Cup driver Carl Edwards came to Kansas City to throw the first pitch at a Royals game. NASCAR wanted coverage of his pre-game activities along with an interview, so Video Soup was tapped for the job. DP Craig Campbell and audio tech Ken Paulakovich captured Edward’s moments during batting practice. Following the interview, we edited content for a short VNR
No fooling, the first six months have passed since Video Soup moved into its new world headquarters in Shawnee, KS. Wow how time has flown. We entertained many customers and vendors who attended our open house in November, and we continued to produce content for our incredible clientele. 2013 ended strong, and the first quarter of 2014 has been delightful. Video Soup has lent its
Craig captures shot from a unique bar stool inside one home location for House Hunters. October 4, 2013 In February and March of 2013, Video Soup was hired to shoot an episode of "House Hunters" for HGTV. The episode aired October 4 at 9pm CST. Crew consisted of Craig Campbell as DP and Jon Davis performing audio duties. We shot with Mickey Larson's
Video Soup moved into its new world headquarters :) in downtown Shawnee, KS. Since the company's inception in 2007, owner Craig Campbell shared space with its DVD duplication vendor Magtek. "I'm grateful to Magtek owner Dan Williard and his staff for allowing me the opportunity to grow my business along side theirs," Craig says. "With my new office, I now have the space to better