Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions and Answers
How do we organize together for your 'D' day?
How is your day's recording going?
Do you also offer a photography service?
As a videographer, my field of choice is mainly focused on making video productions, and I don’t include photo shoots in my services. However, if you’re looking for a photographer, I’d love to direct you to qualified professionals who fit your criteria. If you have already selected a photographer, don’t worry, I would be delighted to collaborate with them to ensure complete and harmonious coverage of your event. My goal is to adapt to your needs and work in synergy with other professionals to ensure the most complete and exceptional capture of your special moment.
Are you very intrusive during the wedding?
How will my ceremony be filmed?
In order to fully capture the memorable moments of your ceremony (civil, religious or secular), I deploy up to 4 cameras strategically positioned at the ceremony site. In addition, I ensure optimal audio capture thanks to the use of 3 to 4 microphones judiciously distributed around the groom, the officiant and the lecterns.
All ceremonies are carefully filmed in their entirety and offered as a “bonus” in your final production.
Do you cover more than one wedding a day?
No at all.
What kind of hardware are you using?
I have more than one camera box Full-frame Sony camera accompanied by a variety of lenses, as well as an external video recorder and drone to capture unique angles. My gear also includes a complete audio system with wireless lapel microphone and Tascam, a professional gimble stabilizer for stable shots, several sturdy tripods, as well as a few lighting points to ensure optimal quality of your images.
What is the approximate delivery time of the final feature film?
The delay can vary between 5 and 8 weeks depending on the edition of the film.