FAQ

To save you time, here are the questions that are most asked by our customers and that may be yours
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"What are
 your rates?"
We only send quotes after a pricing study of your need. For this, contact us by email, facebook or phone.
What are your rates?
"How do you calculate your rates?"
They are calculated by item (filming, editing, Photo produced, etc, ...) and priced per day.
How do you calculate your rates?
"How long is
it to edit
video?"
Once the shooting is over, depending on your project, you generally need to count twice as much time as the shoot. For example, if the shoot lasted 8 hours, it will take 16 hours of post production. If your need is urgent, extra production cost is applied.
How long is it to edit a video?
"Do you work with other providers?"
Of course! To provide the best possible quality in your budget, we are surrounded by a professional network. It goes from the graphic designer to work the motion design to the equipment rental company to be equipped with the latest technologies.
Do you work with other providers?
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"What are your rates?"
Check the various pages of the website, you will find the price ranges.
What are your rates?
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How long is a photo shoot?
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The standard format that we propose is one hour. I We of course remain open to others formats according to the needs of our clients.
How long is a photo shoot?
"How long is it
to edit the pictures?"
How long is it to edit the pictures?
Generally as much time as the shooting itself. If your time is short, we'll make it to deliver the images as soon as possible.
"Where do you take
your pictures?
"
In studio or outside, we find you the place and the atmosphere you need.
Where do you take your pictures?
OTHERS
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What is your scope of intervention?
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We work mainly in the west of France in Vendée but we can move for projects in France and abroad.
What is your scope of intervention?
"What are your travel expenses?"
They are up to 0,40 € / km excluding motorway charges.
What are your travel expenses?
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I have a rather odd project, that may interest you?
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Oh yesss!!!
I have a rather odd project, that may interest you?
"How do you anticipate equipment failure?"
We always have a secondary camera that can replace a possible failure of the first. Ditto for backups that are duplicated in instant to avoid a memory card problem.
How do you anticipate equipment failure?