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Although it is not required, tipping your videographer is a nice gesture. If they don't own their studio, consider tipping each crew member that works on your event. The typical tipping price is $50 to $200 per vendor or a nice gift, especially if they go above and beyond.

A videographer records live events on digital media. A videographer is similar to cinematographer, but it is out of the motion picture field and usually unscripted. Videography today has become more documentary in style, meaning the videographer is in the background and is usually unnoticed. They film at live events, weddings, sports events, birthday parties, and much more. They often work alone with a single-camera setup or with a small team of assistants or a second-hand videographer to capture more.

There are many factors that impact the price of a wedding or event videographer - number of hours of raw footage, the amount of editing and retouching, the size of the crew required, the final length of the video, the location and distance traveled, the length of the event, and any additional services required. Some videographers also have an hourly rate for their services, while others may have a flat rate for their various packages.

Looking for a great videographer for your event? Wedding videographers are adept at catching the right moments, at the right angles, of your special day. They are also typically well-versed in coordinating with photographers. You can search our directory on local videographers at your leisure.

Hiring a professional videographer has many benefits. They have experience in filming live events, so they can ensure that all the important moments are recorded in a professional manner. With their experience comes the knowledge of what equipment is needed and they can adapt to any on-site changes or problems that may occur. Professional videographers also know exactly how to change the camera setting to best capture your day.