Who is doing your wedding video?
Something we do at Hamil Bros Studios is a lot of market research to stay ahead of the curve. We surround ourselves with leading experts in the industry. We also look around to see what others in our market are doing.
While looking at some of the other wedding videographers in our area today, one thing really stuck out: there was one production company that guaranteed that they have cheaper prices than anyone else in the area. Sounds great, right?
Not to me. It sounds like “cut-rate” service.
Now, before I proceed, I’m not bashing on this person because as a small business, that is the first thing we think of to get business. I hope it’s working for him and I hope he can pay his bills doing it that way.
What do we guarantee with your wedding video?
When it comes to what we guarantee with your wedding video, it is my firm belief that it is significantly more important than guaranteeing price.
The first guarantee:
We guarantee that you will get the best quality in our area. As stated before we commune with the greatest minds in the wedding film industry and soak up as much information as humanly possible from them.
Beyond wedding education, we spend countless hours learning movie making techniques from any sources we can find who have real-world experience.
The second guarantee:
This is the big one. We guarantee PEACE OF MIND. Your wedding day is stressful enough and you don’t need your vendors adding to it. When it comes to hiring Hamil Bros Studios to do your wedding video, you have nothing to worry about. You can book us with the confidence of knowing that your wedding film is being handled with the utmost care and that when it is all over, your memories have been preserved in the best form possible.
Do we guarantee the cheapest price?
Absolutely not. In the wedding video industry, you really do get what you pay for. So, it’s your decision. Do you want to pay $500 for a video that you don’t want to watch, or do you want to invest in something that you can look back at in 10, 20, or 50 years and think of how great that day was?