FAQ

Why Don’t You Have Set Packages?

We have a starting price for each individual wedding videography job we undertake, we tailor this to your own requirements, the price we quote is the final and only price.

Can We Choose Our Own Music?

We recommend that couples give us around 10 songs that they really love, that gives us plenty of music to play around with and use at our discretion, this way we are using music that you like, but does not hindered our artistic license.

Do You Film All Types Of Ceremonies?

Yes we also love to do videography for different ceremonies, Greek, Jewish, Hindu, Muslim Civil Partnerships etc. you name it we do it. We also film Baptism/Christening and Children’s Birthday Parties. (Please enquire for details)

Can We Meet Before The Wedding?

Of course, we would love to meet you before the wedding face to face, its great to get to know the couple prior to the wedding as it puts everyone at ease with each other, which in turn creates a natural film.

Our Wedding Is In The Night, Do You Use Lights?

We try not to use lights wherever possible as it ruins the ambiance of the venue and guest can feel uncomfortable, but if the venue is extremely dark we do use very discreet lighting.

How Long In Advance Should We Book You?

As soon as you have a confirmed secure date you can book us, we only have a limited number of spaces every season, as we are a small company, especially during the summer months we get numerous inquiries for the most popular dates. Most of our weddings are booked at least a year in advance.

How Much Is The Deposit?

We usually take payments as 50% of the total wedding price as the first payment to secure the date in a non refundable deposit, the final payment is due 2 weeks prior to the wedding, or full payment is required if the wedding is less than 2 weeks away. We do not consider the date booked with us until the deposit is paid and a booking form signed.

Safeguard Your Film

If you would like to make sure that your film stays safe for years to come we will put your Cinematic highlights clip on a high quality USB memory stick or the complete film on a Hard Drive, which comes in its own case for safekeeping.