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  • Is this is for the real?
    Yeah, it is! We are happy to bring the magical charm of cinema and Photography. It's our pleasure to capture the most important moments of life for you. So that after many years whenever you wish to come back in the same time to the same emotions, you can.
  • How much does your film costs?
    It normally costs a few lakhs per day to make such films, but we are providing it at a relatively low price. The rates we have are nominal and genuine, so don't worry at all about them.
  • What kind of stuff do you include in your wedding film? Do you shoot the whole wedding?
    Videographers who capture each and every part of a wedding, including guests eating, do not shoot real-time emotions, which is why we can make a film that's much different from actual wedding videos. We capture real-time emotions that will help us create a much more engaging film than normal wedding videographers.
  • Which equipment do you use?
    Sony A9, Sony A7Riii, Sony a6500, Sony a6300 Canon 5D M IV/III, DJI Phantom 4 drone cam, Zhiyun crane 2, DJI Osmo, DJI Ronin M, Sony G master 70-200/F2.8 lens, Sony G master 24- 70/F2.8, Zeiss 50mm F1.4, Canon 24-105, Canon 70- 200, Canon 16-35 and several other lenses. Lighting, microphones, and jibs are used as required.
  • How do you handle payments?
    In order to ensure on-time delivery, we require advance payment. After your work inquiry and confirmation, you must pay 50% of the total amount as a booking deposit. By doing this, the dates of your wedding will be reserved. The remaining 50% of the total amount is due 14 days before your first event.
  • What is your preferred method of payment?
    Our company prefers online fund transfers into our company's account through NEFT, RTGS or UPI.
  • Do you also provide traditional videography?
    We don't. Outsourcing work isn't our style, but we can help you find the guys who can work it for you. Our payments, responsibilities, and delivery systems will be totally separate from theirs.
  • Are your films scripted?
    There is no need to script the film. Every real life person is unique and has a different love story, unique motions, and different journey. And even though real-life individuals are not experienced actors, we, based on our experience, make sure to create films that take you on an unforgettable journey.
  • What is the length of your wedding films?
    Our films are designed so they have a lasting impact on the audience watching them. Every wedding film has a specific time duration based on the kind of wedding it was. Short cinematic films are usually around 4 to 6 minutes long, while long cinematic films can exceed 15 minutes.
  • Are you guys into underwater photography?
    Yes, we do. We have the finest cinematographers who have experience shooting underwater, skydiving and many more sports activities.
  • Do you guys travel?
    We will happily come to your city and make your movie if you rent us a car and put us up there for the night.
  • How soon will I be able to see my film after the wedding?
    The process of editing a film takes hundreds of hours, but we assure you that it will always be worth the wait. We strive to deliver the films no later than 60 working days after your last event.
  • How many wedding films do you make each year
    Creating films takes a lot of imagination, physical/mental effort, and creativity, all of which require a lot of time to make them well worth watching. While editing and animating, hundreds of hours pass like a nightingale. We make at most 8 to 10 films per year in addition to our other running projects.
  • How far in advance do I need to book you
    We recommend booking us a few months before your wedding. We accept bookings on a first-come-first-served basis.
  • What are the procedures involved in booking your team
    You can contact us by phone or by email. Once your booking amount is received, both of us will sign a contract specifying our commitments, terms, conditions, and deliverables from both sides. By doing this, we can ensure that we are on the same page.
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