Hispanic Heritage Parades | Odessa, Texas
We partnered with Jesse Porras Productions to promote Hispanic Heritage Parades of Odessa Texas. Jesse Porras and his family have been organizing parades celebrating Hispanic Heritage for over 30 years.
We created flyers promoting their parades for “Diez y Seis de Septiembre” (16th of September) and “Dia de Los Muertos” (Day of the Dead).
On social media, we helped promote his parades to the local community. With our precise audience targeting on Facebook, we were very successful in getting the local community to participate. The parade had overwhelming response in volunteers, participants, and parade goers.
For the first ever Dia de Los Muertos Parade we not only took photos and we shot video in 4k resolution.
Video – 4k
Here’s the entire video footage of the Dia de Los Muertos parade shot in 4k resolution.
Here’s some of our favorite photos shot on a Sony A7iii full frame camera with flash. All photos were shot in raw and were later edited for best color and lighting.
Here’s the flyers, sign-up sheets, and Facebook event covers we created in helping Jesse Porras Productions with their parades. All flyers were created in Adobe Illustrator and we used Adobe Photoshop in creating the main character for the Dia de Los Muertos flyer.