Frequently asked questions
1. Do you have wedding photography/video packages?
We do not offer photography
We do work with a lot of really great photographers when filming weddings and we will list a few below!
2. Are there any venues you recommend?
Key Largo Lighthouse - Key Largo
Coconut cove - Islamorada
Audubon house -Key West
Casa Marina Resort
3. How long have you been filming weddings?
I have been filming weddings for over 15 years . My mom booked my first job for me and made me flyers about my business when I was 16. My Dad is a professional cameraman so that paved the path for me at a young age.
4. Can I choose my own music?
When creating your video we use a couple different websites that we pay for to have the music license. You are more than welcome to go on those sites to choose your own song or let me choose it for you. You can also use songs that are on the radio but the license to use them sometimes can cost around 200.00 and up.
The sites we use are
5. How do you deliver our video and how long do you take to finish?
We deliver your video through a website called VidFlow. You can watch using your phone, tablet or stream to your TV using the app. You also download all of your files and can put them on a usb drive. If you need me to make you a usb drive that can be added into your contract.
Videos are finished anywhere from 2-4 months after filming!
6. Do I get the raw files?
You do not get all of the raw files because they are a combination of clips that need editing and color correction. What I can do is give you all the of the select files together on a usb drive if that is something you are interested in , let me kn
7. What's included in the cost of a wedding videographer?
You may think that you’re just paying for your final wedding videos, but actually there’s a lot more to wedding videography prices than just the actual videos. Here are the main things that are typically included in a wedding videographer’s cost.
Videography Service: You are paying for your videographer’s time and presence at your event, usually for a previously agreed-upon number of hours. Any extras, like drone footage, or travel expenses can add to this cost as well, as can additional team members.
Post-Production: The editing process is actually the most time-consuming part of creating your wedding video. Sometimes the editing will be done by the same person who filmed your wedding, other times a separate editor will work on your wedding film. With Conchatized Films, we do not outsource any of the editing because that is my favorite part!
Final Product: Your wedding videos will likely be provided to you via Vidflow and USB drive. A highlight reel may also be made available via YouTube or Vimeo for easy sharing.