Video Production Pricing Sheet & video Planning guide

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Here is our video production pricing sheet and video planning guide.


When it comes to creating professional video content, one important step in planning is hiring the right camera crew.

Your camera crew plays a pivotal role in bringing your vision to life, capturing the essence of your brand, and engaging your audience.

In this article, we’ll walk you through the essential aspects of hiring a camera crew for your corporate video needs.

Hopefully in considering these questions you’ll feel more prepared to budget and plan a smooth process!


1. Defining Your Video Goals

What is the primary objective of your corporate video?
What message do you want to convey to your audience?
What are your target audience demographics and preferences? 

2. Determining Crew Size

How complex is your video project?
Do you need a small crew for a simple shoot, or a larger crew for a multi-location, multi-camera production?
Will you require additional roles such as a director, producer, or scriptwriter?

Here’s a cool video we found (made by Derek Lamoureux NOT Provid Films that you may really find helpful understanding the different departments on your camera crew

3. Reviewing Portfolios

What types of corporate videos has the camera crew worked on before?
Can they provide examples or a portfolio showcasing their previous work?
Do their previous projects align with your vision and style? 

4. Assessing Equipment

What types of cameras and equipment do they use?
Is their equipment up-to-date and capable of delivering the quality you desire?
Do they have backup equipment in case of technical issues?

5. Considering Experience

How experienced is the camera crew in the corporate video industry?
Have they worked on projects similar in scale and complexity to yours?
Can they handle potential challenges that may arise during production?

6. Budgeting

What is your budget for the video production?
Are the rates of the camera crew within your budget?
Are there any additional costs, such as travel or equipment rentals, to consider?



7. Communication and Collaboration

How well does the camera crew communicate and collaborate with clients?
Are they receptive to your ideas and feedback?
Do they provide a clear timeline for the project?

8. Location and Travel

Will the shoot take place in one location or multiple locations?
Are there any travel requirements for the crew?
How will travel expenses be handled?

9. Availability and Scheduling

Is the camera crew available on your desired shoot dates?
Do they have any scheduling conflicts that may affect your project?
Can they accommodate any changes in the production schedule?

10. Post-Production Services

Do they offer post-production services, such as video editing and color correction?
Will they provide a timeline for delivering the final edited video?
What is their process for revisions and client feedback?



Next Steps for Video Production Pricing:


As you can see there are a lot of considerations that can take time (and money).

If you can bring answers to these questions to your video producer, like those here at Provid Films, we can quickly help you dial in the exact price needed to make what you’re looking for. 

By carefully considering factors such as your goals, crew size, experience, equipment, and budget, you can make an informed decisions. 

Remember, the camera crew you choose will play a significant role in your experience.

Whether you’re aiming for a promotional video, a training video, or a brand story, finding the right team makes all the difference.


If you’re ready to discuss your corporate video project and check our camera crew’s availability, don’t hesitate to reach out to us.

Our experienced team is here to help you bring your vision to life.

Check pricing, availability & get questions answered! 

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