Hopefully, we can give you answers before you contact us.
  • Can we film at our office or location?
  • Do I own the rights to my video?
  • Do you provide scriptwriting, or do we have to write the script?
  • Do you require a contract?
  • Do you travel?
  • How long is a production day?
  • How many revisions do I get to make on my video production once I see the first cut?
  • How much does it cost to make a video?
  • I need video footage without editing…?
  • Should I use internal employees or hire professional actors in my video?
  • What are the potential uses for a corporate/conference film?
  • What if we want more than one video or an additional shorter edit of our film?
  • What is Log/Flat Footage
  • What should I expect in terms of turnaround times?
  • Why do we need a professional hair and makeup artist?
  • Will there be any additional costs with my video production that are not on the original quote?

Absolutely. Depending on the project we can absolutely film at your office or any location you have. If we are featuring your company or product then filming at your office or manufacturing facility is important.

Yes you do; it’s all yours! We retain the right to publicly share your video for our portfolio unless you note otherwise. We like letting people know you are part of our every growing family

A1T Productions & Photography Inc. can provide full scriptwriting and creative development services – just like the big agencies if necessary. However, for our smaller budgets, we typically ask that you prepare your own script, we are happy to look it over to make sure that it meets our criteria. But, if your budget allows, we are definitely willing to learn about your business through production meetings, phone calls, and our creative brief. We do ask that our clients be prepared to provide us with as much content and information as possible so we can best learn about your business and what is driving you to produce this video production. This way we can write a detailed script that fits your needs.

A contract ensures both the client and A1T Productions & Photography Inc. are protected. It lays out the terms and conditions that are to be fulfilled by both sides. A contract puts into writing what was discussed during the exploration phase of the production meeting. We require a contract for every project.

Yes. We will go anywhere in the world, provided that travel and lodging expenses are accounted for in the budget.

We separate our time into half days (which are 3-4 hours long) or full day productions (which are typically 5-8 hours). However, we are available to stay longer or shorter your event or production needs.

A1T Productions & Photography Inc. has a very structured approval process. You have 2 opportunities to make comments and changes on the finished video, we call it the Rough-Cut and the Final-Cut stages.

Here at A1T Productions & Photography Inc., we are a family-owned company we truly care more about our clients than the money. Thus we do things a little differently here, meaning that we like working with peoples budgets the best we can to help you get what you want and need. Call us for a quote (702) 806- 5908 or contact us through email and we will look at your goals and distribution platform, and offer your brand or business a cost-effective solution that best suits your needs.

Yes. We can shoot video and hand over the unedited digital files to you, we do it all the time!

Using internal versus professional actors for talent all depends upon what kind of video you are producing. If it is a testimonial video about the company then real people is always better. But if you are producing a production with a host or needing to re-create narrative scenes then stick to professional actors. The end result is well worth the investment. If you just need extras for the background of scenes then employees are ok to use, as long as they sign a waiver

One of the biggest challenges companies face is how to communicate their products, identity, brand, and visions to their clients. In today’s fast-paced, technologically savvy world, videos have become an essential way to consistently and strategically communicate your message to your desired audience.

Here is a short list of what we can provide for our clients:

  • Brand Strengthening
  • PR & HR Problem-Solving
  • Product Releases
  • Recruitment & Employee Retention
  • Education
  • Trade Shows
  • Explainer Videos and more

Video production is like manufacturing. Once the machines are up and running, it’s much easier for us to plan and produce another video for significantly less money than if we were to produce only one video. These “add-on” videos, such as television commercials, preview trailers, and trade-show loops, can give you more arrows in your quiver by meeting more customer needs and addressing more HR / PR issues. For more information about please email us.

Log is a type of format we use. It looks flat like all the color got sucked out. In Post, we can bring all the color back in more detail, to help get the best looking footage for you. Sample below

Every project is different, but we typically complete projects within 2-3 weeks. If your project is simple and straightforward, we’ll finish it closer to the 2-week mark. If it has a lot of graphics, custom music and/or must go through an approval committee, you’re probably looking at 1-2 months. Our schedule is also a factor, so sometimes we’re able to finish projects sooner than normal.

If you are creating a narrative video (or movie) with actors, or simply producing interview videos it is always a smart idea to have a professional hair and make-up artist. This will ensure that everyone on the video is looking their best. Reducing shine on bald heads, getting rid of hair ‘flyaways,’ or just adding some color to brighten a face is all very important to making not only you but your brand look great as well.

A1T Productions & Photography Inc. prides itself on our ‘Bottom Line’ pricing structure. We do not want our clients to have any surprises or unexpected costs. So what we bid is what you pay in the end. The only caveat to this is if there is a scope change in the project during production. But if any added costs come up we will always get them approved before they are incurred by the production.