What is the process?
How involved can the client be?
What service / equipment do you provide?
How long does it take?
What are your prices?
Still have questions?
1. WHAT IS THE PROCESS?
First you contact us via phone or email and give us a description of what you are looking to get. Whether it is a video to put on your website, a commercial for your business, a promotional video, company training video, short film, or feature film, we are equipped to handle projects of all sizes.
From there we usually meet with you to discuss the scope of the project and go over details such as storyboards, scripts, locations, an so on. After that, a bid/proposal is drafted and submitted for your review.
Once all the details have been lined out, we schedule the shoot and come and film your video. From there the post-production will begin!
2. HOW INVOLVED CAN THE CLIENT BE?
As much as you want! You are welcome to give your input on any aspect of the production, after all this is your video! We want you to be happy with the product and we will do whatever we can to accommodate any requests.
3. WHAT SERVICE/EQUIPMENT
DO YOU PROVIDE?
We provide all the equipment needed for the particular shoot. We shoot with all HD cameras, and have most of the equipment/accessories for those cameras you can dream of. If we don’t have a piece of equipment that is needed, we can usually get it. We also have state-of-the art editing equipment to make sure post-production runs smoothly.
The service is from start to finish. Storyboarding, scripts, crews,voice overs, casting, filming, editing, distribution. Whatever the project calls for, we will handle it.
4.HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE?
That all depends on the project. As a general rule, you can expect the finished product in 2-3 weeks. With that said, if a quicker turnaround time is needed, accommodations can usually be made.
5. WHAT ARE YOUR PRICES?
Again, that all depends on the project. Our videos have ranged from a few hundred dollars to several thousand. We do projects of all sizes so to give a good quote, we really just need to know what is involved. The most important aspects are the length of filming, the location, the production value you are looking for, and the length of the edited product.