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CD-ROM of Wedding Stills

Sometimes offered by videographers, this can make a nice addition to your photo collection, but unless it is included in the total price, you can expect to shell out a few bob if this takes your fancy.


Professional library case sleeves for the VHS/DVD boxes

Professional library cases will set the movie off a treat, but unless you want to have a go at doing your own then this may cost you also.


Raw Footage and Movie Rights

Most videographers will hold onto the raw footage and retain the movie rights themselves, but others will offer it to you – at a cost of course! If this is something that interests you, make sure to ask in advance of the day how much it will set you back.



If a price form a videographer offer looks too good to be true, then it probably is, so we recommend that you read the small print and determine exactly what you’re getting for your hard earned cash. Packages are a great way of getting better value for money so you should always ask if your videographer has any available.


Knowing exactly what you want, choosing the most suitable basic package, quizzing the videographer on any ‘hidden’ costs and finally factoring in the price of all the extras is the only way to work out the total cost. Once this is done, only then will you be able to see the true cost of putting you and your partner’s name up in lights.



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