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How To Hire a Videographer
First, identify what type of videography service you need.
- Event videographer
- Corporate videographer
- Sports videographer
- Real estate videographer
- Drone videographer
- Videographer & photographer
After deciding on a type of videographer, it’s time to favourite the perfect creative for your project:
Favouriting A Professional Videographer
If you’re new to the process of hiring a videographer, it’s common for the Favouriting process to seem like a daunting and time-consuming affair.
We’ve not only simplified the process required to hire a videographer, but are there to help every step of the way to make sure you have an awesome experience.
Here’s a quick overview of how to hire a freelance videographer on Twine:
- Submit a job brief through the platform
- Wait for freelance videographers to pitch on your brief
- Review your pitches and choose a freelancer
- Agree your terms
Advice For Writing Your Videography Job Description:
Here’s a statistic for you:
60% of freelancers abandon a job pitch midway through if it’s too lengthy or complicated
Although your job pitches will be manually vetted by Twine’s customer success team, it’s still crucial to make sure your job brief is both clear and succinct in order to attract pitches from high-quality videographers.
To attract the best and most-relevant pitches on your job brief, we’d recommend following this structure:
- Who you are
- What you need
- Your location
- The size & scope of your project
- References of work you like
- Target audience
If you’d like any further guidance on the hiring process, check out our article on the 5 things you need to know before hiring a videographer.
How Much Does A Videographer Cost ?
Freelance videographer rates will vary from project to project .
For example hiring a fiercely-experienced events videographer for your wedding will cost significantly more than hiring a student videographer for a budget music video.
When reviewing your pitches, you’ll be able to obtain a videographer’s price list by either viewing their profile or sending them a direct message.
Using videographer’s rates taken from our network of freelancers, here’s a breakdown of the average price of a videographer for a day’s work (7-8 hours):
Here are the price ranges in GBP:
If you’d like a more detailed look at videographer rates on the platform, head over to our freelancer marketplace to view current videography listings and browse freelance videographer portfolios.
How much does a videographer cost per hour?
As previously-mentioned, a videographer’s hourly rate will vary depending on their experience and the scope of your project.
Using data collected from completed jobs on the platform, the average videographer cost per-hour is $46.52
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a videographer?
A videographer is someone who shoots professional video footage for a range of different clients.
They typically work on smaller productions and live events, such as:
- Corporate events
- Promotional videos
- Short films
Although the term videography specifically refers to shooting the footage itself, many freelance videographers are skilled in other areas of the production process and provide an all-in-one video production service, which typically includes:
- Script writing
- Location scouting
- Sound & lighting
- Producing & directing the project
- Post-production (editing, mastering etc.)
When hiring a creative, be sure to get a full overview of the videographer’s skills to determine whether or not you’ll need to hire additional personnel for your project (such as a director or a post-production engineer).
How can a videographer benefit my business?
Here’s the deal:
72% of consumers prefer to learn about a product or service by way of video.
If you aren’t already using video as part of your sales & marketing strategy, you should be!
With viewers retaining approximately 90% of the information from an online video, video marketing is the best opportunity to get eyeballs on your product or service.
However, if you want to show your leads you mean business, it’s imperativethat your video content is high-quality and well-optimized for viewer retention.
The average freelance videographer will have hundreds (or sometimes thousands) of professional videography projects under their belt, leading to a much-more convincing and effective final product over a DIY effort.
Still not convinced?
Here are three further advantages of using high-quality video for your business:
- It’s personable: Video marketing allows you to attach a face and personality type to your organization, giving your target audience a snapshot into who they’ll be doing business with.
- It’s good for SEO: Search engines love video content due to its high retention rate. With video now appearing in 70% of the top 100 search results for any given query, a well-produced video can shoot you to the top of the search engines.
- It converts: Viewers are between 64%-85% more-likely to buy a product or service after watching a sales video, maximizing the conversion rate of your hard-earned leads.
What are you waiting for?
Post a job on Twine now and be matched with a wide range of high quality videographers in a matter of hours.