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    Bookings: Based upon how far in advance you are canceling we can arrange a new date if that is possible for us to do and no other event is on the date. a non-refundable session retainer is required to book and hold the date for your session and serves as a cancellation fee. However, the fee can be credited towards a future session upon the photographers approval. All remaining balances are due at the time of the session. For wedding or baptism packages; a 50% non-refundable retainer is due immediately to book and hold the date of your event and also serves as a cancellation fee. The remaining 50% balance is due two (2) weeks before the date of the wedding / event. you can break this up into multiple payments if needed. Payments: All sessions and packages (plus taxes) can be paid via cash, Visa or MasterCard. UPDATED CANCELLATION POLICY - COVID-19 For weddings and events, if the CLIENT cancels before the wedding date due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the COMPANY will keep the the event retainer fee paid to hold the wedding or event date as a cancellation fee. Cancellation must be made in writing, or by e-mail. However, if the CLIENT requires to change or postpone the wedding date due to COVID-19, I will do my best to accommodate the change and no fee will be charged as long as the new date is available and within 1 year of the original event date. If I am not available for the new date, the original contract will be cancelled and subject to the cancellation policy. In the unlikely event that the photographer from the COMPANY is unable to perform to the guidelines of this contract due to an injury, illness, act of God, act of terrorism, or other cause beyond the control of the COMPANY including the COVID-19 outbreak, the COMPANY will make every effort to secure a replacement. If the situation should occur and a suitable replacement is not found, responsibility and liability is limited to the return of 50% of the retainer fee received for the EVENT(S). In the unlikely event that digital files have been lost, stolen, or destroyed for reasons beyond the COMPANY’s control, including but not limited to camera, hard drive, or equipment malfunction, the COMPANY liability is limited to the return 50% of the retainer fee received for the EVENT(S). The COMPANY is not liable for the loss of images subsequent to the final delivery of all products included in the package.
  • Wedding photographers and copyright – what’s your position?
    What’s the general rule? If there has been no discussion about copyright issues and it is not covered in any written agreement, the default position is that we (the creators) own the copyright to the images as soon as we take the photographs / video. This applies whether they are digital photos taken on a digital camera, images first generated on photographic film, and any digital images created from photographic film, video camera etc. UK copyright on these images lasts for 70 years. We grant a licence to print, allowing clients to print and share images personally and on social media. However, such a licence would not allow the images to be used for commercial gain, or for entry into competitions, exhibitions and the like without granted permission from the authors. This reflects the law at the date of publication and is written as a general guide. It does not contain definitive legal advice, which should be sought as appropriate in relation to a particular matter.
  • How long you need to delivery?
    From the date we shoot, we need at least 6 - 10 months to delivery. Professional video editing, sound composition, color grading, sound mix and mastering are the stages of production that require time. We create memories they last forever
  • Can we get out video faster?
    As soon as the shooting is over, the itch of quickly getting the final edit out is so difficult to resist. But usually, you have to wait for a while to get to that point. So, why video editors often ask for a relatively long time to edit one. The Marathon Process of Editing Itself First and foremost, video editing is not a walk in the park. It requires you to do several things in the background. Let us discuss them in this segment. File Transfers and Digitizing: You will need time to transfer them to your computer or external storage device. Most of them are large audio and video files, and the transfer takes some time File management: Once you are through with the transfers, file management is crucial as it organizes your work better, and you will not miss out on precious footage for the edits. Also, renaming is necessary as it makes it easy to identify the file that you want to use. But this step consumes time, although it increases efficiency. File conversions: Audio Leveling: There is a need to ensure that your audio files’ sound levels are consistent. Editing the video to achieve that could be the reason why video editing requires a lot of time. Browsing Through the Rushes: An editor’s most important job is to sit and go through the rushes. He needs to take mental notes of how his editing will flow, depending on the rushes. Browsing helps in shedding out the extra fat that doesn’t help the edit. Line-up: Usually, editors first try to do a basic line-up based on the script. Then they advance into the real editing. It may look like an unnecessary step, but it helps the editors to get a feel of the story they are going to show. The Editing: Here is where the real action begins. Reaching this stage has already consumed a substantial amount of time and energy. However, the process of editing doesn’t really happen in a fly (unless there is a deadline or very defined instructions). Adding Graphix, Effects, Titles: Once the edit is over, it may require some graphics, or supers you may need to overlay on the video. Some clips may demand visual effects or transitions. Also, color correction is essential to maintain a consistent tone to the video. Final Rendering: Once everything is laid down, you have to render the timeline as the last step. If it is effects-heavy, some more time gets lost in your process. Glitches: Technical glitches are common in editing, But one has to sit through it to figure out the glitches painfully. Some are video glitches, and some are audio. Sometimes removal of a glitch can be very exasperating. Watch time: It is the time spent by the editor to see the full timeline in realtime. The longer the duration, the more the time adds in your consumption time. Re-edits: These alterations or alternative cuts decisions are usually made by the director, producer, or the client. So the final product is still a few cuts away from completion. Different Format Conversions: Once the final edit is completed, it must be converted into a format desired by the client. If some need a digital back to analog conversion, the time consumption spikes up. The High Definition (HD) files are quite large; hence the conversions can take a longer time exponentially. Dumping/ Transfers: It is the last stage of the editing process where the final files are either transferred to the hard disks or dumped onto tapes.
  • What we delivery?
    A video clip with hughlights 3-5 minutes is the basic pack, please check add ons or contact us to create your own unique package
  • Can i get DVDs or USB?
    We are no longer support DVDs, you can get the digital files on USB, extra of charge
  • Can i get RAW Matterial
    No, for no reason we dont delivery unedited matterial.
  • If for any reason we cancel, do i get my advance payment back?"
    No, the advance payment is used as remedy to our services or we transfering it to the new date if that is possible for us.
  • Will i get the same video as the sampes in your site?
    The samples in our site are a presendation of our point of view and trust cyrcle of our clients. The location, the people the vibe are part of the results you see, some events have an event planner managing the decoration the lights and all the details to make your day special.
  • Can i make changes to the video
    The only changes in the video we can do is to cut something out ones. If you change your mind about the music, that means reediting and its extra of charge. Everything that keeps the editing and delivery busy is extra of charge.
  • Is one camera enough?
    The event is live and people are moving around, settings to the camera need to be adjusted all the time. You cant have one person in two places at the time. If you don't mind is ok.
  • I do editing to
    We are not available
  • Can i use shots of a friends mobile or camera
    No, your friends should not using their mobiles when you hire professionals. Pretend is 1995, make face to face contact.
  • I see the mobile phones instead of the my friends faces
    Ones a Bride said " I Hired professionals to see your faces, put your mobile phones in your pockets"
  • What happens if the photographer is good but not professional?
    If the photographer is not professional is always with his back in all the shots. moving around shooting a million of pictures. destroying your video.
  • The venue is using a photographer or camera man to
    While we are working on your celebration day no other camera crew is allowed to film or photograph. Only if its a live streaming.
  • What about the lights in the reception?
    You need to hire professional light solutions to avoid the ghost effect
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