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A: I think the quick answer to this is the old adage "you only get what you pay for"
     Many "professional videographers" are in fact hobbyists with little if any training. Frequently they simply run their video camera
    on the fully automatic setting in the belief that this will give the best results. Not until after the event does the client discover how
     untrue this belief is. As a qualified professional videographer, we charge a rate suitable for the event. Let us think of an example.
      A couple are getting married at 1pm. If starting at the ceremony we would need to be present from 1200 and follow the day
    through to speeches and cake cutting, perhaps even the first dance. We would probably not be finished until 2100. That is 9
     hours of attendance plus travelling time. That is far from being the end of matters. We would then spend at least 40 hours
    editing the material to produce  your once in a lifetime wedding dvd. So, around 50 hours of work. If we only charged £500 for
    a wedding video, that would give us £10 per hour which has to include all our expenses, travel costs, advertising, equipment,
    insurance, copyright licences. So, when you see those adverts for cheap wedding videos, remember, they may not be the
    bargain they first appear. This is something you will want to be correct and able to give you pleasure to view for very many years.

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