The devil is in the details.
I have commissioned a few customs in the past, and have learned that the number one most important quality in a custom producer, in my opinion at least, is thorough attention to detail. Available models, the 'house-style,' technical prowess, these are all important. But custom films live and die on the execution of the little details; often it's these specific elements, big or small, which necessitate a custom in the first place. The folks at Saturation Hall demonstrated some of the most thorough and accommodating attention to detail I've experienced. Each element and aspect I requested was given priority, and they took the time and energy to make sure they were going to get it right. Everything was communicated clearly throughout the process, and nothing was taken for granted. Again, a critical quality when dealing with things which might seem tiny to some, but make or break a scene for others. It is readily apparent that they genuinely want to get the details right for the customer.
You only need to take a look at their preview material to get a sense of the technical quality of their work. On top of that, I asked them for something a bit outside their normal stomping ground, content-wise, and they delivered in spades.
Looking around, the degree of care and detail-orientation apparent in their content is what drew me to Saturation Hall for a custom, and the end result certainly justified looking outside the box (based on my own general interests). I would wholeheartedly recommend anyone looking for something specific in a custom consider Saturation Hall.
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