Voiceover to picture.
Meet Banjo. He’s a trainee Guide Dogs For The Blind puppy, sponsored by Toyota UK.
As you can see, he is completely adorable. And that’s where the problem lies.
I often provide voiceover to picture. It’s something I can offer from my home studio, and the results can be speedy, and high quality.
In this case, things were a little tricky. You see the thing is, Banjo is ridiculously cute. Throw in a bunch of other canine trainees, and well, it’s distracting.
Even the soundtrack is delightful. Listen out for the tiny puppy burp, which made me giggle every time.
Fortunately, my wise client supplied the video ahead of time and I was able to watch it (several, squeaky, excited times) ahead of our session.
By the time our session came around, I was (very) familiar with the pictures, and was able to provide a faultless take first time.
We recorded a few versions to make sure there were plenty of options for the edit, varying speed and tone and levels of overly enthusiastic squeaking.
“Aaahhh” noises were removed.
If you need voiceover to picture, feel free to have a chat with me about your requirements. You can expect thoroughly professional results, with the slight possibility of squeaks, swoons and sighs between takes, dependant on subject matter.
You can watch the full video below.