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What is involved in the recording my event?
A pre-event consultation is scheduled to determine what you expect from your video and for any special requests you may have. We have a list of questions we will ask to determine what specifically you are looking for and for details of your event (indoor/outdoor, morning/evening). The type of video you want, as determined during your consultation, will affect some aspects of the recording process.
How much do your packages cost?
Each package has slightly different details and priced to fit any budget! We are very affordable and details of our prices and packages can be found under the packages tab. A deposit is due at your consultation should you choose us to film your event. The remaining total amount will be due the day of the event.
How is your cost determined?
The cost per package is based on time spent on location and not video length. Additional costs may come from additional time, DVD's, cameras, or extra services you choose to add to your package.
How soon can I expect to get my finished DVD?
ASAP! We are very committed to delivering your finished product as soon as we can. Of course we want to give ample time for proper editing, but most videos are done within 3 weeks. As you may know, spring and summer are the busiest for weddings, and videos may take a little more time for completion. Depending on the location, or length of the event (i.e. out of state) it may take longer. However, those questions can be better answered during your consultation.
What will happen with my DVD when it is completed?
Your DVD(s) will be sent to you or we can schedule a time to meet and drop them off to you. You will be the sole owner of the footage. It will not be sold or given away. Some of the footage is subject to be used as a demo video. But hey, everyone can see your amazing wedding!
In your Demo Videos you have music throughout the whole video. Will this be the same way in my DVD?
No. I only use additional audio in the "transition points" of the DVD. Additional music is added sparingly and original audio is in tact.
Is it possible for me to see an entire DVD of an event?