This is at the pond across the street from Perona Farms in Andover, NJ.

Q: Do you shoot and edit high definition video?

A: Yes

Q: What kind of lighting do you use?

A: During the ceremony there is no artificial light used. For the reception, only a small camera mounted light is used, which has a dimmer so the light can be dimmed for tight situations. There are no obtrusive light stands.

Q: Do you go around and interview people?

A: Only at your request. The option of having interviews and who gets interviewed is your choice.

Q: Do I get to choose the music in the video?

A: You get to choose music for the baby photo montage and the recap.

Q:What areas do you serve?

A: We will go anywhere the client is willing to pay for us to go, but most of northern New Jersey, and Lower NY state is included at no extra cost.

Q: What sort of payment do you require?

A: All packages require 1/3 due at signing, 1/3 due on the day of wedding (or sometime prior to) and the balance is due when video is complete.

Q: How long does it take to finish the video? A: Normally about 3-6 months. However, this can be longer or shorter depending on the time of year.

Q: Is any of your work contracted out to other studios?

A: No, all work is done using the same equipment and people that made the demos that you are shown.

Q: How long have you been in business?

A: Since 1995

Q: How long will the finished video be?

A: It will be approximately 60-90 minutes long. Videos with the Short Form Editing option are 30-40 minutes in duration.

Q: Do you have wires all over the place?

A: No, every piece of equipment used is battery operated.

Q: What benefits are there to Bluray Discs?

A: The main benefit of Bluray is picture quality. Only Bluray discs can play High Definition video which has a frame size more that twice the size of standared definition video. Bluray discs also offer more storage capacity so sometimes unedited footage can fit on the same disc as the edited video.

Q: Do you shoot with DSLR cameras?

A: Yes and No. Video from DSLR cameras look amazing, but there are serious drawbacks to using them for a live event. They lack many features that normal video cameras have (after all, they are photo cameras). That is why we use a digital cinema camera instead which gives you the look of DSLR video and also has the normal video camera features crucial to shooting a live event.
Best of both worlds!