What Makes up the Film Cost?
Most of us are familiar with the old adage “time is money”. When you think of time in relation to your legacy video,
there are two types of time; shooting time and production time.
Shooting time is the number of hours and number of camera men used in filming your Legacy Film video.
Obviously, ten hours will be more costly than six hours, and three videographers will cost more than one.
Another type of time you pay for is production time. This includes all of the time spent editing your video,
adding music, graphics, special effects, etc. It is also the biggest variable in the quality and style of your video.
Generally, the more production time invested in your video, the more polished and more expensive it is.
Incorporated into these time costs are all of the professional equipment and supply costs that Broadway incurs in creating your film.
In addition to time, talent is the other major factor you are paying for.
This is not as tangible and measurable as time, but can sometimes be the major factor in determining the cost of your video.
Creating a finished production that tells a story is quite an art, and it will likely to be reflected in the price.
Remember, this is your life story, so select a package, price, and style that you will be pleased with many years down the road.
Whether $3000 or $25,000, your Broadway legacy video will likely become the most treasured keepsake of your life.