Wedding FAQ

 

Answers to some commonly asked questions. Please feel free to contact me with any questions you may have not covered here.

How many hours of filming do your wedding packages cover?

 

My packages are built in 2 hour increments but we can customize a package for the time needed to cover the events of your wedding day.

What is the style of your wedding films?

 

I focus on creating cinematic wedding films which are highly edited like a movie. Every package comes with a trailer

and full film edits. The trailer is around 2-4 minutes in length and the full films are approximately 20-40 minutes depending on your editing preferences. You can be sure that all of the important moments of the day will be included in the full film.

Do you have any assistants?

 

All of my wedding packages include 2 cinematographers with myself as the primary cinematographer. This allows us

to capture multiple angles of your ceremony and reception which adds to the quality of the final film.

How much do your packages cost?

 

My base wedding package starts at $2,500 for 6 hours of coverage with 2 cinematographers. The actual cost

varies on the location of your wedding as well as how much time you need us for. For more detailed

information, please submit an inquiry through my contact page.

What is the timeline to pay for your services.

 

The cost of your wedding film is split into 2 payments. The first is a deposit that books the date of

your wedding which is 1/3 of the total package price. The second is due at least 2 weeks prior to the wedding.

What is the turnaround time for my wedding film?

 

The trailer for your film takes 30 business days to complete and the film takes 150 business days. Most of

the work on your film happens after the wedding in the editing process.

How do you capture audio during the Ceremony?

 

To capture audio during the ceremony, I use an external microphone that is clipped onto the Groom's jacket or vest.

Other microphones are used on cameras to offer back up audio as well.

@2017 Videography by Matthew Pyrch