Mobile Pro Video
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Hired 125 times
32 years in business
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Jan - Jun
Photos and Videos
6 photos and 7 videos
Number of cameras
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- Carol H.
Gary Kleiner was easy to work with and made a promo video for our band. He made sure we got the exact product we were looking for and in a very timely manner. I would recommend Gray for creating your promo or any video you may need.Feb 18, 2020Verified
- Dakotah L.
Absolutely wonderful to work with! I would highly recommend working with Mobile Video Pro- very responsive, easy to coordinate with, incredibly professional and produced very high quality footage for my virtual event!Oct 8, 2020Verified
- Stephen C.
I contacted Mobile Pro Video on very short notice to capture the funeral services of a firefighter who passed away as a result of an injury the firefighter received in the line of duty. Mobile Pro Video provided a high quality video while respecting the privacy of the family. Mobile Pro Video was very professional and responsive to our request.Jul 31, 2020Verified
- Rick B.
Gary did a great job creating a high quality introduction video for my new company. The production required many angles with extensive dialogue and the voiceovers and music fit each transition perfectly. All competed within our start-up budget. Very happy and will certainly use Gary in the future.Jul 16, 2019Verified
- Scot S.
Gary did an excellent job with our video. The camera's and microphone were in the right place to pick up everything we needed. He coordinated with our people. We are very pleased to have this video for our future generations.Jul 23, 2019Verified
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Pricing depends on time spent, location, how many cameras and how many camera people are needed. As a baseline, a one-camera shoot costs $120/per hour. A half-day (4 hour) shoot costs $500, and a full-day (8 hour) shoot is $900. Editing is charged at the same rate and may be combined with shooting.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?It is important that we both have a clear understanding of what we are trying to achieve and what it will take to get there. You have the knowledge of what you are trying to convey and who your audience is. I have the skills to turn that vision into a video.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Videography is always evolving and there is a constant barrage of new equipment and techniques. I stay current through trade publications and attend meetings of the Colorado Professional Videographers Association.