the big question.
the truth is exceptional visuals don't have to be expensive.
You can be every bit as effective with a small budget as you can be ineffective and wasteful with a million dollar budget. Our work is scalable, depending on the elements you choose to include.
By working with you to analyze your needs, we can help determine where your energy should be spent and prioritize those elements that make sense for your goals and your budget. When looking for
a set price, it’s important to keep in mind there are well over 30 different factors that affect a budget. The easiest and most direct approach is to give us a call or email us and explain what you'd like,
and we’ll work through the details with you. If you’re not ready, below are a few things that may help you with your research...
We all know the line, “you get what you pay for.” but it goes deeper than that. With so many variables to consider when putting a project plan together, we have the ability to shift elements and budgets around to ensure the project meets your business goals - regardless of the top level number you’re looking to work within. Moving your budget to the right production element through smart, strategic decisions will leave you with a product that looks a lot more expensive than it really was. You're happy, we're happy, and no one needs to know our little secret...
You'd think it would be easy to blurt out a price and call it a day, but it's not quite that simple. While some creative studios limit you to a single service, we are blessed with an amazing team that allows us to offer everything to our clients - not just one service. Because of that, there is an endless range of possibilities we can put together for you, and the cost of those packages are endless as well. It would be a disservice to tell you a set price for a job before knowing all of the details. The positive factor of this is we can really work with your budget and tell you what we can do now, and what things should wait a little bit, rather than you seeing a set price and feeling discouraged. We always want clients to feel like they can get the media they need.
For the most part, budgets are based on the resources needed to deliver a single project. Grouping similar
projects together will bring down budgets drastically because of scalability. Packaging things together will save time across the board, increase our turnaround time, and keep costs down for you. For example, if you know you want a video about your brand right now but might want a product video in 6 months, why not do it all at the same time? The savings will put more money in your pocket in the long run, and you'll have one less thing to worry about. Why make life more confusing than it already is?