Thank you for your interest in White Mountain Video Productions. The company has been registered and operating under this trade name in the state of New Hampshire since 2007. It is owned and operated by videographer Richard DeSimone. As in independent (or freelance) videographer Richard continues to invested the time and resources to develop the skills, acquire the equipment and gain the experience needed to successfully execute a variety of video production projects. In cases that require additional resources, he works with a network of videographers, producers, broadcasters, graphic artists and editing professionals to ensure each project meets and/or exceeds the goals and expectations of every client.
The cost of video production can be confusing and mysterious to those who are not familiar with the process. To help you identify these costs, it is important to understand that all video productions are comprised of these three steps:
1) Pre-Production - the tasks that must be completed before video/audio recording (or broadcasting) can take place.
2) Production - the process of actually recording (or broadcasting) the video/audio.
3) Post-Production - the tasks performed after the video/audio recording (or broadcasting) process.
Each of these steps can include a number of specific tasks and activities depending on the complexity of your video production. Your cost will be determined by the time and materials required to complete each step. It is our policy to clearly define these costs for you before you commit to your video production project.
Refer to 'Video Project Planning' for more details.
Careful planning of your video production project will allow you to control your budget, define a schedule, and obtain the desired results. White Mountain Video Productions will assist you in this planning process. We have provided a number of basic 'Packages' for some of the more common types of Event Video and Promotional Video projects. This gives you a starting point, and each one can be customized to meet your specific needs.
For the more complex video productions, such as Documentaries, Educational videos and conceptual Promotional videos, the planning process becomes even more critical. There are far more Pre-Production tasks. These may include script writing, storyboard development, casting, location management and permitting. The actual Production may involve more attention to lighting, set direction, and audio recording techniques. And finally, Post Production is likely to include extensive editing. White Mountain Video Productions can assist you in this planning process from concept to completion.
Please contact us for more information about planning your video production, identifying your requirements, and defining your budget.