Monthly plans can often be the most budget friendly option if you plan on using our video services regularly. With monthly plans you get way more for what you're spending. We usually settle on a monthly rate and then create boundary margins for what we are willing to deliver within the agreed budget.
These are videos that stand alone. They are usually to promote a specific event or even a VBC to place on webpages. If you don't plan to use video as part of your marketing strategy this is the way to go.
DAY RATE & HALF DAY RATE
Before we charge for the video itself we take into account our "DAY RATES".
We want to insure fair day rates for all of our employees so our day rates are based on experience and time. This means that you will not pay for videographers in training. You pay for what you pay for and we deliver within your budget.
1/2 DAY RATE
Things we consider when pricing our videos is the experience level of our team. We ask ourselves "Is this something our client can do, or is it outside their expertise" We don't ever want to take advantage of peoples lack of capability, however there are certain skills that take years to acquire and we factor that into our pricing structure.
• Adobe After Effects
• Adobe PhotoShop
• Adobe Lightroom
• Adobe Premiere
• Hitfilm Pro
• Trap-code Particular
• Cinema 4D
• Camera Specs
• Color Grading
• Audio Production
• Motion Graphics
• Environment Capture
• Green Screen
• Creative Lighting
• Object Removal
• BG Replacement
• 3D Camera Tracking
• 2D Tracking
• Music Production
• Sound Design
Without creativity it's difficult to create solid content. One of the most important stages in the video process is the planning. Depending on the complexity of the project thinking of creative content may take more or less time.
Customized motion graphics can take up a good chunk of time.
This is something we are all familiar with. The amount of time it takes us to complete a project will play a big factor in how much something cost. Listed below are some HIGH KEY areas that usually take more time. It's something to consider when budgeting for a video.
3D work of any kind is computer intensive and can slow down the production process.
Rendering is a phrase we use to describe the compiling of all data into the one video file you receive. This process can be extended when utilizing the previously mentioned areas.
We love to travel for projects, but travel can be expensive. We carefully plan our our itineraries to book the most inexpensive means of travel, but this is still an expensive investment. Everyone business owner should be mindful of this when thinking of video ideas for their company.
Sometimes clients need things that require us to rent gear. This is something we credit to their account and include in our quote.
Here are some examples of what our pricing structure looks like in action.
Here is a basic Facebook video that didn't have a complex story or verbal dialog. We filmed this in roughly 6hours charging our $500 DAY RATE and then $90 2.5hours of editing, plus a project fee (experience, operations, etc.) of $100. The total project was $690
TRAVEL - $520
DAY RATE - $350 X2
EDITING - $440 - 11Hrs
PROJECT FEE - $250