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SkyCam.Photos

SkyCam.Photos

SkyCam.Photos utilizes Autel X-Star Premium for 4k video and aerial photography.  For product photography and headshots we use a Canon 80D.  For the absolute best in video photography, SkyCam uses a Sony z150 for broadcast quality 4k cinematography.  Tim Huck, has experience in the television industry and broadcasting.  Tim has been a webmaster for decades and you can count on professional quality ready for website use photos and videos.  Tim also uses a Rode NT1 A in a professional studio for voice over needs.  We also use professional Aura lights and green screen for studio or local shoots.

Imagine the savings of having one company take care of a start to finish product without the need of several sub contractors!

Email tim@timhuck.com today!

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The Twins

The Twins

The Twins talk about TextTheScreen.com, an interactive company that does all the work for you.  Allow your guests at corporate events to use their smartphone to text or send picture messages to the big screens.  When powerpoint isn’t enough and you want to engage your audience hire the professionals at TextTheScreen.com

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This cat can help you

This cat can help you

I produced this video in 2016 to exclusively promote my entity TextTheScreen.com.  Known by many names including Text-To-Screen.com (the original name), InteractiveNightClubs.com, Twitter-To-Screen.com, FireTextService.com and TweetTheScreen.com.  We provide interactive services used by the largest companies in the world to help keynote speakers and event planners wow the audience by allowing them to text, tweet and send picture messages to the big screen.  When PowerPoint just isn’t enough and they want text to vote and many other add ons, they give us the tap.

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Good Decisions

Good Decisions

I produced this video in 2016 for Faith Look and her catering service in Tawas City, Mi called Lakeside Catering with the website being: LakesideCatering.us.  It is a take on the fail videos with the basic theme of “Make Good Decisions”.

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Remember Again

Remember Again

The first promotional video I produced to promote this site and quite frankly my favorite of all of them.  It is a compilation of all the fond memories I had as a kid in the 70’s and best represents where my interests are.

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Clearwater Ghost Hunter designed by Tim Huck

Clearwater Ghost Hunter designed by Tim Huck

Faith Look and I (Tim Huck) were on A&E’s My Ghost Story – Caught on Camera a few years ago and this website archives our experiences at the Haunted Belleview Biltmore Hotel. It is at this website you can see one of the largest collection of photos of the now demolished hotel located in Belleair, Fl. You can also read up on other readers ghost story after their visit at the historic hotel. This website is also my creation and has recently been updated.

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Interactive Marketing with Text-To-Screen

Interactive Marketing with Text-To-Screen


Text-To-Screen.com
and it’s sister websites InteractiveNightClubs.com and Twitter-To-Screen.com are full service companies that service the needs of many clients:  Nightclubs, Corporate Events, Music Festivals and even business that do not need “Screen Interaction” but do need a Text for Info campaign.

To get more information on what this “Interactive Marketing” is all about, and how it can bring more money to your bottom line while giving your customers that WOW factor, please see the Text-To-Screen Interactive Marketing category.

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Haunted Belleview Biltmore Hotel

Haunted Belleview Biltmore Hotel


Clearwater Ghost Hunter is a website I created after an experience I personally had at the Belleview Biltmore Hotel.  It was intended to be an archive of what this White Queen of the Gulf had looked like for fear it was going to be torn down.  The scouts from A&E/Bio seen the website and contacted me to audition for “My Ghost Story“.  I was reluctant, but after a bit of back and forth with Faith Look, I decided to give it a shot.  To be honest, I thought it was just going to end the conversation.  However, the phone rang and we found ourselves in Los Angeles filming an episode for the series.

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