In response to Aikidoken’s

AvatarJennifer O’Rourke

In response to Aikidoken’s comment… this proves the point, once again, that the average layperson doesn’t get it at all, about what we do. My work is mediocre compared to “Real” wedding videographers, most weddings I’ve done were done as favors, and as the saying goes, you get what you pay for. I’ve seen some outstanding wedding videos and tip my virtual hat to the hard working wedding guys out there.

I have a question that I haven’t been able to answer: when do you deliver the finished product? Do you promise to have it done by the time they return from the honeymoon? Or by a certain number or weeks…? or…? And what if they want it re-worked? What if you miss something, what do you promise? Being the wedding videographer is as much pressure as being the wedding planner!

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