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Ty was 20 minutes early as requested in order to go over the game plan. He was very easy to work with and a true professional. I’m very pleased and will not only recommend him to others but will use him again.Mar 22, 2018Verified
Thank you Ty! Fast responses and fast turn around! Definitely happy I went with flashfilm media and will be contacting Ty for any future projects. Will be using video on iceshaker.comAug 20, 2017Verified
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Q: How much do video services cost? A: Unfortunately there is no black and white answer for that question. Video Production costs always fall in a gray area because it varies greatly based on the client, the end goal, and the production value. The more crew members that are on set, the more polished the video will look, but the higher the cost. 3 or more crew member services generally start around $5,000 or more. Single cameraman operations generally fall anywhere from $1,200 to $3,600 for a 60-90 second video, depending on the project and the equipment involved. Longer run times, 4k video, and multi-location shoots will cost more. If you’re on a very tight budget, full service video production may not be for you. Videography services are generally the cheaper alternative, but you get what you pay for. There is minimal planning, the cameraman shows up to film, hands off the footage to you, and you’re left to figure out the rest yourself. There is no marketing approach or hands-on training.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?The Defense Information School (DINFOS) is a component of the DoD’s Defense Media Activity. Its primary purpose is to train members of all branches of the United States military in the fields of broadcasting, journalism, public affairs, and visual information. In addition, selected Department of Defense civilians and international military personnel can attend DINFOS for many of its courses. There are 32 different courses taught at DINFOS, and the courses can last from 5 to 124 days. DINFOS trains approximately 3,200 students annually, and has trained more than 1,000 international students from over 75 countries.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?Hi, my name is Ty Turner and I am the founder of FlashFilm Media. I want to take the time to personally thank you for visiting my profile and for choosing FlashFilm Media for all of your multimedia needs. As a US Army veteran, my experience as a combat photographer/videographer has enabled me to film in harsh conditions and thrive under tight deadlines. What does this mean for you? It means that whatever your company’s vision, my team and I can turn your vision into reality and create a multimedia solution that suits your needs and expectations. Flash Film Media values our clients and works hard to ensure their complete satisfaction. We will be there to answer any questions and to provide the best multimedia experience possible. Our growing list of satisfied clients can’t be wrong; FlashFilm Media is the number one source for quality, value and service. Choose us today and let our experienced team make you a FlashFilm Media client for life.