Wedding Video FAQ. Please read through these questions and answers. If you have questions that are not clear after reading the following items, please feel free to call me.

Q. What do I have to do to be able to have you tape at a salon?

A. If you are planning on getting ready at a beauty salon, it is always a good idea to check in advance to see if they will allow you to videotape in their building.

Q. Is it possible to videotape everyone at the wedding ceremony and reception? How long do you work with me on the day of our wedding?

A. No. It is impossible to be able to guarantee that everyone will be filmed. As a general rule with my videos, I focus solely on the bride and groom. If you want to make sure that a specific family member is filmed, you must contact me before the wedding. I will stay until I get the footage I need to finish your video. Usually I leave the reception 15 min. after the last formal activities. This is to ensure that I film an open dance floor, at the reception. If there is an event that will take place later in the evening, please let me know ahead of time so that I can make arrangements in my schedule.

Q. How do you edit our video?

A. The way I shoot and edit the video is by using candid camera and editing techniques and a documentary and music video style.

This means that your entire day will be condensed into an approximate hour-long video. If you have questions as to how this will look, please ask to view more of my sample videos. Also please note, that I only include the most important moments from the wedding ceremony. I may not record the service in its entirety.

Q. Can we buy the raw footage? How long do you keep a master copy of our video on file?

A. Yes, we do sell the raw footage. The cost is $55 for 2 DVDs. I keep raw footage on file for only two months after you have received your wedding video. I keep a master copy of your video on hand for two years after your wedding date. After that time period, I cannot guarantee that I will have your video. I highly recommend to every couple, that you purchase some brand of media fire safe. This will ensure that you will have a copy of the video in a protected location.

Q. How long does it take to finish our video? Can we make changes to the final video?

A. I spend between 60-70 hours editing over a period of 90 days to finish your video. As you saw in my sample videos, they are highly edited. I will notify you when the finished video is completed. I allow changes to the final video only if mistakes were made on VideoSaysItAll.com part. Such mistakes include misspellings and other changes, which were discussed with us ahead of time. Other changes to the final video can be made, but there will be a charge per hour to do so. Changes to the final video, which were not caused by VideoSaysItAll.com, are billed at a rate of $85.00 per hour with a minimum of 3 hours charged. These charges are not meant to be a deterrent, but changes to the final video that were not discussed with us ahead of time still take a great deal of additional editing time and excess materials.

Q. How much is your retainer? When do I pay you the remaining balance?

A. The retainer is a non-refundable $300 dollars. The remaining balance must be paid two weeks prior to the wedding date. You can mail the payments to: Please make checks payable to: Carlos Colon


Carlos Colon
2312 Centennial Blvd.
Leesburg, Fl. 34748


Q. How do we get our wedding videos when you are finished?

A. When I call you and inform you that your video is finished; we will ship the product UPS or USPS to the bride or groom’s address shown on this contract, unless requested otherwise.




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