Lori and Frank discuss what a Pennylane wedding film is worth to them. There are many factors that affect the price of a wedding video but in the end, it is only worth what someone is willing to pay. Every wedding videographer knows how much their films are worth and that’s what they charge. It’s up to you to ask yourself how their films made you feel inside. How do you feel after watching our work? How much do you really want it? What’s more important? Are the flowers more important than the wedding film? Is the photography more important? For some the answer is yes, and for others the answer is no. You have to decide what will matter to you a year later and work your budget accordingly. This process in itself is a form of wedding planning and it can drive people crazy.
About 2 minutes into this video, the groom says something very funny. He talks about tipping. This raises a popular question for many couples and that is… “Do you tip your cinematographer?”. The truth is that some couples tip us and others don’t, but it’s never necessary. We have no negative feelings if we don’t get tipped. Everyone has a different view on tipping. Personally I never tip the barista at Starbucks, thats crazy! Same thing with Subway restaurants, but I always tip well for drinks at a bar or food service when sitting down and being served.
Ok so let me ask the question everyone wants to know the answer to (because I don’t know the answer)…Are you supposed to tip for full service gasoline? If you know the answer, please leave it in the comment section below because I’d love to know that answer.