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The 2015 Packages Are Here!!

October 20, 2014  •  Leave a Comment

After three years, Lightcraft is changing up the package structure to allow more wiggle room for our wedding clients. The new packages include more diversity and more hours of coverage. As usual, all the edited packages include the uncut footage in addition to the cinematic wedding film. These prices apply to video only. A separate post will be put up later for photography combo packages!

If you have any questions or think anything needs fleshing out, please feel free to let us know!
 
Choose Your Format!
With the ever-evolving gambit of technology, it makes all the sense in the world to begin offering our finished product on whatever format works best for you! 
Choose between DVD, Blu-ray, or digital video files on a flash drive for play on your Mac, PC, or Smart TV.
One format comes included. Add on additional formats for $50 each!

 

 
Basic Package – $1200
Includes: Ceremony and reception special events only
– 2 camera coverage
– Basic editing, documentary style
Description: Your shooter will arrive one hour before the ceremony to prepare for the event, mic the groom and the officiant, and shoot the ceremony. Coverage picks up afterwards at the reception with the grand introduction, toasts, cake cutting, special dances, bouquet and garter, etc. The two camera coverage will be edited together documentary style and presented on your chosen format.
 
Cinema Package – $1800
Includes: Bride getting ready coverage, ceremony, one picture location, reception coverage up to 4 hours
– 2 camera coverage for all special events
– Cinematic wedding film (up to 60 minutes long) set to music of your choice, with special montages for bride prep and a dance party music video
– Additional documentary edit for ceremony and reception special events, all uncut footage
Description: Your shooter will arrive at a specified time to shoot footage of bridal preparation (makeup, hair, dress, etc.), and leave to be at the ceremony one hour before start time. After the ceremony, shooter will accompany you to a single picture location to shoot footage of the wedding party and picture coverage. At the reception, all special events will be covered with two cameras, and extra party footage will be shot for a music video to be included in your wedding film. Reception coverage of 4 hours begins when you have scheduled for the shooter to arrive (i.e., 6pm – 10pm).
 
Cinema Plus Package – $2500
Includes: Bride and groom getting ready coverage, ceremony, one picture location, reception special events and party coverage until the end of the reception
– 2 videographers with up to 3 camera coverage for all special events
– Cinematic wedding film (up to 60 minutes long) set to music of your choice, with special montages for bride prep and a dance party music video, and video messages from your guests
– Cinematic wedding trailer to be released online prior to your receiving the final film, so you can get your friends and family excited to see the finished version.
– Additional documentary edit for ceremony and reception special events, all uncut footage
Description: Your shooters will arrive as a specified time at two locations for the bride and groom prep footage, with time allotted for them to leave and arrive at the ceremony location one hour before start time. After the ceremony, the second videographer will leave for the reception location to get establishing shots and cover cocktail hour while the primary videographer accompanies the wedding party to the picture location. At the reception, all special events will be covered with up to three cameras. The party and dancing will be covered until the end of the night. This package also includes video messages from your guests.
 
Extras
Add uncut bride prep footage to Basic Package – $100
Add picture location to Basic Package – $100
Add hours to party coverage (applies to Basic and Cinema) – $50 per hour
Add online Wedding Trailer to Cinema Package – $200
Travel – Negotiated on a mileage basis

 

 

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