Frangipani Photography | FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

 

Wedding Videos Basics:

Style:
I film in a candid/documentary style and try to stay in the background as much as possible. My goal is to tell the story of your day as it unfolds naturally.   
My wedding prices are very simple, I charge by the hour and provide only the amount of coverage you want. Just keep in mind that having footage of the preparations goes a long way in making your video unique. 
 
Rates:
Wedding Packages are $450 for the 1st hr & $299 for each additional hour.
  • Multiple High Definition video cameras operated by an experienced cinematographer
  • Tasteful 5-10 minute music video/documentary styled highlight film
  • 2 Edited DVDs containing the full ceremony, full reception/toasts & highlights delivered within 90 days.
Note: Rates don't include travel or accommodations.
 
Equipment:
I choose my tools for wedding videos based on two factors. Quality & size.
In order to create the highest quality film of your wedding I use professional quality cameras and lenses along with cinematic stabilization.
In true documentary style I try to blend into the background of your wedding as much as possible.  Therefore, all of my cameras and tools are as compact and portable as possible. 
 
Drone Use:
I try to incorporate as many unique angles in my wedding films as possible.  To achieve this I bring a variety of compact camera's and equipment to each shoot.  I try to use my done in most of the weddings I film at no additional charge.  Unfortunately, due to circumstances such as bad weather/wind, venue restrictions, or other technical problems, I can't guarantee that I will be able to use the drone in every wedding.
 
Music Selection:
Every film I make is as unique as the couples themselves.  To ensure that your film is personal to you, I allow each couple to select music that is meaningful to you or your relationship.
 

Can't I just fly in my own photographer with my guests?

Obtaining a temporary work permit in The Bahamas requires both a lot of red tape and patience as well as several thousand dollars in fees. 

Insured and licensed.