Description: North Iowa Wedding Video Productions provides high definition (HD) video production services for weddings, wedding receptions, and rehearsals.
Wedding video production services include wedding video recording, video editing, web video encoding and deployment, video montage, DVD creation, and video duplication.
Frequently Asked Questions for Videography
What primary style do you identify with?Documentary, Short Form, Storytelling, Traditional
What do your packages include?Ceremony, Edited Video, High Definition Video, Invitation DVD, Montage - Childhood / Dating, Montage - Music Dubbed Over, Montage - Wedding Highlights, Multiple Cameras, Multiple Videographers, Online Highlight Films, Pre-Ceremony, Reception, Rehearsal Dinner
What formats can the final video be in?DVD
Do you have liability insurance?Yes
Are you a commercial studio or a home-based business?Home-based business.
Do you offer demo DVDs for potential clients to look at?No. Demos are located at http://NorthIowaWeddingVideo.com.
What types, such as unedited footage or special effects, of videography do you offer?Special Effects include slow-motion shots with soft music.
Soft filters, subtle glowing edges, etc.
Sepia tones and other color effects, especially for photo shoots.
Photo montages with transitions.
Describe any special editing services you offer:10-minute highlights packages to 2-hour full-length versions.
Short version for friends and visitors and a complete version.
30-minute edited version with a 2-minute version for personal websites.
Photo Montages with music.
Titles and Graphics.
Name key for people speaking at the reception.
Titles to announce things like cutting the cake, date and venue, main participants (best man, bridesmaids, celebrant, etc) and additional information or narration.
Titles on scene changes, such as titles for the church, photo shoot venue and reception.
Credits - roll credits which include everyone who helped and participated in the wedding.
Animated and Full-Motion Titles.
Do you have lighting equipment to accommodate a more dimly-lit event?Yes.
How many videographers do you work with?As many as are required for the event.
Does the client get to meet the videographers before the event?Yes, if possible.
Do you guarantee your presence at the actual event?Yes.
Do you book yourself for more than one event in a day? Weekend?No.
Do you have a replacement videographer in case you become unavailable on the event day?Yes.
What kind of equipment do you typically bring with you on the day-of?All cameras, lighting, microphones and related gear.
Do you bring backup equipment to the event in case of malfunction?Yes.
What is your policy on taking breaks? If you require a meal break, do you require that the client provide your meal?Breaks are fitted into the flow of the event. Client is responsible for a meal if needed.
Do you charge overtime?Yes.
Do you give access to your raw footage?No.
Do you reserve the right to use the video in the future for deals, contents, etc.?Yes.
Is the client involved in the editing process? If so, how much input does the client have in editing?Some involvement is necessary. I provide a Proof of Concept that requires client approval before I finish the video.
How long does it take for the client to get the final video?Usually about 30 days.
Do you require a minimum number of hours to book?No.