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3D Video Renders Colorado

Mesmerizing 3D-rendered videos showcasing any home or commercial building, offering your audience a virtual walkthrough with furnishings, appliances, colors, and more.

We provide a 3D walkthrough video showcasing the key areas of the property for just $169.
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3D Video Renders

Fast turnaround

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Need your video fast? Enjoy a quick turnaround with delivery within 3-5 business days.

Quality

Full HD

The video format is full HD (1920 x 1080).

Compatible

.MP4

The video will be delivered as an mp4 file, encoded using the MPEG-4 AAC, H.264 codec.

Included

Free Floorplan

Get a free floor plan with fixed furniture with every 3D video order.

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Guaranteed

Our unwavering dedication to delivering superior and precise reports ensures that all your requirements are met right from the start.

This was my first time using Jay and his team at Jeeves. Excellent communication and follow-through. Of course, the vids were outstanding. Thanks Jeeves!
 

Brian Delaney

Denver, August 2023

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Prefer to talk to a live person? Call 303-351-1861⁩. You can also email info@jeevesdrones.com.

  • What is the resolution and output of 3D render videos?
    The video format is full HD (1920 x 1080). The video will be delivered as an mp4 file, encoded using the MPEG-4 AAC, H.264 codec. The original file size is mainly related to the length of the video. The resolution and format chosen ensure a high quality for the video. Note that based on the platform you use to host the video, it might get compressed and lose quality. We recommend you to check the video quality on your own device first; if you see a quality difference after uploading it to a platform you will know the loss comes from the platform.
  • What's included?
    Each 3D Product delivery includes a 2D floor plan with fixed furniture for free.
  • What is loose furniture?
    Loose furniture includes items like tables, beds, couches, chairs, etc.
  • What is included with 3D floorplans?
    Includes 3D Base floor plan, furniture and materials may be extra.
  • How long are 3D render videos?
    The video length will be between 2 and 3 minutes long. The length will always vary depending on the size of the property and its complexity.
  • What are considered materials?
    For Materials, we will add colors and try to reproduce the materials of the property. Wooden or tiled floor, wall painted in blue, wallpaper, etc. We can't guarantee a perfect match with reality, but we're trying to get as close to reality as we can. In the end, a wood tone might be slightly darker or lighter, but it won't change the overall feeling for viewers.
  • How much does iGUIDE cost in Colorado?
    Pricing is calculated by square foot. Contact our sales team at (720) 295-8225 or send us an email at info@jeevesdrones.com for a quote.
  • Can iGUIDE capture outdoors?
    While iGUIDE allows for the capture of exterior panoramas, it does not offer square footage measurements for exterior areas. Additionally, iGUIDE does not align exterior panoramas.
  • How long does drone mapping take?
    Capturing the initial images may take 3-5 seconds per image. Depending on the scale of the area it may take anywhere from 20 minutes to several hours for the drone to complete the scan.
  • How accurate is iGUIDE?
    iGUIDE's floor plan distance measurements typically have a measurement uncertainty of 0.5% or higher, while the corresponding uncertainty in square footage is 1% or better. Adhering to the BOMA and Alberta RMS standards, which allow for maximum square footage errors of 2%, iGUIDE easily exceeds these requirements.
  • What is the difference between iGUIDE and Matterport?
    iGUIDE offers better accuracy and a quicker and more straightforward capture process, all without any subscription fees.
  • Can I export my 3D tour to CAD?
    The downloadable DXF floor plans come equipped with 2D laser point cloud and can be used alongside CAD software.
  • Can iGUIDE tours include my branding?
    iGUIDEs offer the flexibility to include a branded banner inside the tour window, typically utilized for agent branding, while iGUIDE Operators can incorporate their branding at the bottom of each panorama covering the tripod. These iGUIDEs can be set up with both branded and unbranded URLs. Furthermore, there is an option available to enforce the branded version exclusively.
  • What formats can I download iGUIDE in?
    In addition to the 3D tour, iGUIDE provides floor plans in various formats such as PDF, JPEG, SVG, and DXF. The DXF floor plans come equipped with 2D laser point cloud and can be used alongside CAD software.
  • How can drone photography enhance my real estate listings?
    Drone photography offers unique and stunning aerial views, showcasing the property’s surroundings, enhancing its appeal, and attracting more potential buyers.
  • Do you offer editing services for real estate photos?
    Yes, Jeeves Drones offers professional photo editing services to ensure your real estate photos look their best, including color correction, sky replacements, and more.
  • What services does Jeeves Drones offer for real estate photography?
    Jeeves Drones provides high-quality aerial photography and videography for real estate properties, including homes, commercial buildings, and large estates in Colorado.
  • What is the best drone for mapping?
    The DJI Matrice 300 RTK with Zenmuse P1 payload is a top-tier photogrammetry drone with unparalleled commercial-grade capabilities. This advanced technology incorporates a high-precision GNSS receiver, an innovative flight control system, and a sophisticated camera that captures high-resolution images with impressive accuracy. Designed for professionals who demand the highest level of performance, this drone is an excellent choice for a wide range of industries, including surveying, mapping, and construction. Its capabilities and features make it a popular choice among businesses seeking to improve their operations with cutting-edge drone technology.
  • What is the best time of day to capture 3D drone maps?
    To capture the best lighting, it is best to capture images for 3D drone maps at peak lighting, or mid day.
  • How much does drone mapping cost in Colorado?
    Drone mapping has become an essential tool for various industries, including construction, agriculture, and surveying, among others. The cost of drone mapping typically ranges from $100 to $240 per hour and $800 to $1,500 per day, depending on several factors. These factors include the type of equipment used, the desired deliverables, the level of expertise and certifications of the drone operator, and the location of the project.
  • What is Photogrammetry?
    Photogrammetry is a sophisticated mapping method that involves capturing a series of overlapping images of the target area from different angles. This method is used to create high-resolution 3D models or maps, which can provide valuable insights into terrain and structures. The images captured during the photogrammetry process are processed using specialized software that analyzes the common features within each image to create a 3D model that accurately represents the target area.
  • How long does it take to process drone mapping images?
    After the drone captures high-resolution images of the target area, the processing of this data to create a high-quality map can take several hours, particularly for large jobs. On average, it takes approximately one minute to process each image. Once the processing is complete, you will receive an email notification with instructions on how to access and utilize the final map. It's important to note that the time required for processing may vary depending on various factors, such as the size and complexity of the area being mapped and the software used for processing. However, it's worth investing the necessary time and resources to ensure that your final map is accurate, detailed, and reliable.
  • What is 3D drone mapping used for?
    Drone 3D models are increasingly popular among architecture and engineering firms, who use them to create accurate project maps. These models are often crucial for securing project funding. In the construction industry, drone 3D models are used to monitor project progress and for inspections, streamlining operations and ensuring quality control.
  • How does aerial mapping work?
    The creation of drone maps involves a sophisticated algorithm that stitches together hundreds or even thousands of photos by matching common features and overlapping them. GPS metadata from each photo is then utilized to accurately align the resulting image with its real-world location.
  • What is the best height to fly at for drone mapping?
    When it comes to drone mapping, the height at which you fly your drone can have a significant impact on the quality and accuracy of the resulting data. While there are different flight settings available, the optimal height for your mission largely depends on the camera being used. To ensure that you obtain high-quality data with maximum detail and accuracy, it's generally recommended to start your mission at a height of around 200 feet. From there, you can gradually lower the height of your drone in 10-15 foot increments, taking care not to fly too low and risk crashing or missing important details. By adjusting the height of your drone during the mapping process, you can capture more detailed imagery and ensure that your final map is accurate and reliable. It's also important to consider other factors such as lighting conditions, weather, and wind when planning your mission. With careful planning and execution, drone mapping can be a highly effective tool for businesses and organizations across various industries.
  • How far can you transmit a live feed from a drone?
    With the majority of drones built to fly hundreds of feet, or even miles away from the Pilot, you would think live feeds could be transmitted from the same distance. However, at the risk of loosing your signal or transmitting connectivity issues to your audience, it is recommended to maintain visual line of site with your drone, and to transmit your live feed from within 1 mile (1.6 km).
  • Can you record a live stream from a drone?
    Yes, Aerial Live Streams can be recorded. The device broadcasting the live feed has the capability to record, and so does the streaming service being used to transmit the content.
  • Can you include voice or audio in a drone live stream?
    Yes, audio is recorded from the device broadcasting the live feed which may be a computer, remote controller, or similar electronic device. Types of audio commonly recorded during a live stream is voice audio, music, or sports announcer audio.
  • What is the quality of your live drone feed?
    We broadcast up to 1080p and 30 fps.
  • What drone can you use to do live streams?
    All of our drones are capable of broadcasting live feeds. To learn about what drones are available for your specific inquiry please contact us at info@jeevesdrones.com.
  • Can you livestream from a drone?
    Experience enhanced communication and context with Live Streams from Jeeves Drones, especially when dealing with real-time emergency situations that require the attention of off-site engineers, first-response teams, executives, and Command and Control Centers. By facilitating faster response times and resolutions, Live Streaming empowers your team to quickly assess the situation and provide the necessary response.
  • Are you hiring?
    Please complete our application form so we can contact you about our availability.
  • Where are you located?
    Our main office is in Thornton, Colorado. We employ pilots and photographers all over.
  • What is your pricing?
    Our Classic Service is $199, and it includes 30 miles roundtrip for travel expenses. Learn more about our services and pricing on Our Pricing page.
  • How to prepare for drone photography and videography?
    • A punch list/ shot list is not required, but it can be very helpful in providing direction for our photographer during your shoot - especially if you will not be present. • If possible, move any vehicles in drive ways or that may be blocking key areas of your property • Clean up trash and debris • Notify staff whenever possible and advise them to avoid certain areas that will be photographed during certain times • Ensure you are not in a restricted area like near a stadium during a game or near a large airport, if you are notify your pilot immediately • Check the weather, if the forecast calls for rain it is likely your appointment will need to be moved • Make a note of any potential safety hazards like power lines or tall structures, make sure your drone pilot is aware of them The most important thing to do prepare is to trust your pilot. They are trainer processionals that have lots of experience flying around properties just like yours. But if you need more details about how to prepare for your drone appointment please contact us at info@jeevesdrones.com.
  • Can you fly at night?
    Special permits are required to fly later than 30 minutes after sunset.
  • Do I have to be on the property during the appointment?
    No. As long as we have access to get in to the property we don't require anyone to be there.
  • Do you offer FPV drone flythroughs for Real Estate?
    Yes. It is one of our most popular services. But, as with all of our drone services, if there are safety concerns, the photographer may decide it is not safe to fly indoors. Call us at (720) 295-8225 if you have questions or want to inquire about indoor drone services.
  • Do you offer twilight photography, sky, and grass replacements?
    Yes, many of our pricing plans offer simulated twilight photos at not additional charge.
  • What is your turnaround time?
    Next day delivery for images and two day delivery for 3D tours and video clips.
  • How high can you fly a drone?
    Our photographers follow the recommended guidelines of aviation authorities and fly below 400 feet (121 meters) for aerial photography. In certain locations, additional airspace restrictions may require that we fly lower or cancel the shoot (if drones are not permitted within that area). Restricted airspaces can include: Sports stadiums Airports Special use airspaces Security-sensitive airspaces Please be aware that we are also not typically permitted to fly our drones over public or common spaces, such as public parks, beaches, and homeowners associations, so we cannot complete aerial subdivision shoots and do not offer aerial stock images.
  • How do I contact my photographer?
    Our photographers spend much of their day in the field and are often unavailable to answer phone calls or quickly respond to requests. For non-urgent needs, call our Client Success Team by phone at ‪(720) 295-8225 or email info@jeevesdrones.com For urgent needs, text (720) 295-8225 and include your name and the day/time of your appointment.
  • How long can you fly your drone?
    Up to 45 minutes per battery. We typically keep 3-5 batteries on hand for standard projects. Intelligent flight batteries can be fully charged in just over an hour.
  • Is it legal to fly drones indoors?
    Can we and will you fly drones indoors? Yes. In most situations. Is it legal to fly indoors? In most cases, yes. As long as direct line of site is maintained with the aircraft. If there are safety concerns or the area is too small to safely fly the drone inside, the photographer may not be able to fly indoors.
  • How high are you allowed to fly a drone?
    Our photographers follow the recommended guidelines of aviation authorities and fly 400 feet (121 meters) below for aerial photography. In certain locations, additional airspace restrictions may require that we fly lower or cancel the shoot (if drones are not permitted within that area). Restricted airspaces can include: Sports stadiums Airports Special use airspaces Security-sensitive airspaces Please be aware that we are also not typically permitted to fly our drones over public or common spaces, such as public parks, beaches, and homeowners associations, so we cannot complete aerial subdivision shoots and do not offer aerial stock images. Learn more about Colorado drone laws here >
  • What drones do you most commonly use for aerial photography and videography?
    Our network's operations depend on two reliable workhorses, the Mavic Enterprise, Matrice, and Phantom Pro. However, we must stay ahead of trends in order to remain competitive - which means having the most up-to-date equipment at our disposal.
  • How can I become a commercial drone pilot?
    Unlock the potential of aerial photography by obtaining your drone license and then securing insurance for it. Invest in a quality drone, build up an impressive portfolio with some diverse applications and approach companies such as ours to ask about job opportunities.
  • Are drones weatherproof?
    Some drones usually used by police, military, and first responders can withstand extremes temperatures and wet conditions. For most residential and public use drones are not weatherproof.
  • What resolution can drone cameras provide?
    With the introduction of third-party cameras and even some bolt-on options from leading drone companies, users can now enjoy an incredible sensor width that exceeds 40mm as well as a megapixel rating between 40MP - 100MP! High quality imaging capabilities are no longer limited to DSLRs or large scale setups. The DJI Mavic & Phantom Series provide power-packed performance in terms of size and image output for creative professionals around the world.
  • What are some examples of commercial uses of infrared-equipped drones?
    Cutting-edge technology is revolutionizing the way we monitor and inspect crops, power lines, pipelines, antennas and bridges in difficult terrain - all while facilitating educational research. Aerial photography offers additional opportunities allowing for comprehensive event documentation or evaluating wildlife nesting areas from above.
  • What type of thermal camera do you use?
    Uncooled VOx Microbolometer.
  • What resolution does your thermal drone sensor provide?
    640×512@30fps.
  • What do you use a theramal image drone for?
    Public safety is being revolutionized through the revolutionary use of unmanned aircraft systems, or UAS. These drones have saved countless lives in situations such as search and rescue operations, crime scenes, emergency responses to natural disasters like fires and other hazardous scenarios. Additionally, these same infrared-equipped vehicles are becoming increasingly popular for multiple commercial uses including inspections of agricultural and construction sites alike.
  • How accurate are temperature readings with drones?
    ±2° C or ±2% (using the larger value).
  • How do I embed my 3D tour into my website?
    Our team is ready to help you embed your tour onto any website. Reach out to info@jeevesdrones.com for assistance.
  • How accurate are measurements taken within Matterport?
    Typically within 1% of the ground truth measurement.
  • How can I add, remove, or change hotspots in my 3D tour?
    Reach out to us at info@jeevesdrones.com and let us work together to get your 3D tour perfect for your needs!
  • How long does it take to receive my 3D tour?
    Upon completion of your on-site visit, you can expect to receive your 3D Tour within 48 hours.
  • Can you customize my 3D tour with my company branding?
    Jeeves offers you the freedom to make your tour uniquely yours. Utilize and personalize it with your own branding, giving guests a seamless brand experience.
  • Can you fly drones at state parks?
    No. You cannot fly drones at any Colorado State Park without explicit permission. A couple of parks have specific areas that allow UAS operations. Learn more about Colorado Drone Laws below. Learn More About Colorado Drone Laws >
  • Can you fly drones at Red Rocks?
    No. Red Rocks, a popular city park in Denver, strictly prohibits the use of drones due to regulations set by the Federal Aviation Administration. Drone activity on public parks can lead to heavy fines or even jail time - thus emphasizing just how important it is for us all to follow relevant laws and guidelines when operating UAVs.
  • Can you fly drones at night?
    Recreational drone pilots may fly at night within the rules of the FAA and their local regulations. For commercial pilots looking to fly beyond the general restrictions of part 107, FAA waivers can be a powerful tool. These special documents offer up-and-coming drone operators the chance to step outside of the standard laws of the FAA. Learn More About FAA Waivers Here >
  • Can you fly drones over people at a concert?
    Yes, as of November 10, 2022, the operation of Category 1 small unmanned aircraft will be authorized to fly over people with only one condition: they must weigh no more than 0.55 pounds while loaded with all on-board and attached components during takeoff and operation.
  • What are the advantages of performing roof surveys with a drone?
    Our surveyors can quickly evaluate hundreds of thousands of square feet for potential issues, even in locations that are inaccessible on foot. Our comprehensive data collection enables us to make accurate comparisons between multiple roof conditions and assess areas in need of attention or improvement.
  • What are the best conditions for an Aerial Infrared Roof Moisture Survey?
    The roof should be dry at sunrise; no rain before or during the survey; temperatures of over 40°F in daytime, and winds less than 15 mph to ensure optimal weather compliance. Finally, it should also be mostly sunny on the day of inspection.
  • What are the advantages of performing a Roof Survey from the surface?
    Precise moisture probes can be conducted during the survey to efficiently identify affected areas on the rooftop. Outlining these zones physically on the surface allows for swift and accurate decision making when dealing with potential damage on-site.
  • How does an Aerial Infrared Roof Moisture Survey work?
    Through solar energy absorption, roof systems experience a uniform heat distribution during the day. As evening approaches and temperatures begin to drop off quicker in areas with moisture retention – referred to as thermal anomalies - are identified by examining temperature patterns detected through thermography testing. To further confirm potential problem areas, a RGB image taken of affected sections of the roof surface that indicate there is no obstructions or liquid on the surface. Areas of concern are marked on GIS for reference before compiling all findings into an accessible hardcopy or digital report format.
  • What kind of roof is a candidate for an Aerial Infrared Survey?
    Commercial flat or low slope roof systems are ideal candidates for infrared moisture surveys; due to the presence of insulation which both traps and retains solar energy, these roofs provide an effective membrane layer between the building’s interior and exterior. Whether built-up or single-ply, coated in any color over smooth gravel, all can be surveyed with reliable accuracy utilizing our cutting-edge drone technology. Aerial Thermographers must exercise care when selecting the right instrument for a job. To ensure an accurate Infrared Survey of reflective roof membranes, such as aluma-coated, TPO, and Hypalon roofs, it is best practice to use short-wave infrared imaging tools - long-wave IR imagers may fail to detect signs of moisture in these materials.
  • How can drones remedy construction monitoring and project management issues and ensure their project’s progress monitoring is accurate and detailed?
    Construction projects often prove daunting due to their large scale and the many moving parts. To make project monitoring more efficient, drones are proving an invaluable tool, providing detailed insight while eliminating lengthy manual surveys.
  • How to prepare for an Aerial Infrared Electrical System Survey?
    Preparation for an Infrared Electrical System Survey is essential to optimize costs and ensure the highest quality of data. To maximize efficiency, qualified personnel must be available, access codes secured, and any necessary notifications made in advance. Additionally, when devising Routes that take into account various load demands throughout the day it can be beneficial to refer back to a past survey as a benchmark guidebook.
  • What is included in a Aerial Survey report?
    When it comes to reports, comprehensibility and availability of written or digital formats are indispensable. Our report provides an introduction outlining procedures followed along with a priority assessment for any problems identified during the survey. In addition, Thermographers Comments will include details such as surveyed areas and number of detected issues while the Database portion contains information regarding each equipment item observed including its location, type and status at time of inspection; notations about peculiarities shall also be noted here if applicable. Each problem is documented using Thermogram images in combination with control photographs pinpointing affected area(s) plus relevant descriptions that can facilitate further understanding.
  • What types of electrical equipment can be surveyed by drones?
    As you consider the electrical system survey for your facility, here is a suggested array of equipment to examine. Keep in mind that it ultimately falls upon personnel at your firm to make conclusive decisions concerning surveyed items. Automatic Transfer Switch (ATS) Air Circuit Breaker (ACB) Bus Duct (BUS) Capacitor (CAP) Circuit Breaker (CB) Control Cabinet (CC) Current Transformer (CT) Disconnect Switch (DISC) Distribution Panel (DP) Emergency Distribution Panel (EDP) Emergency Power Panel (EPP) Emergency Power Transformers (EXFMR) Environmental Control Unit (ECU) Fire Pump Panel (FPP) Generator (GEN) Incoming Lines (IL) Junction Box (JB) Lightning Arrestor (LA) Lighting Contactor (LC) Metering Cabinet (MET) Special electrical systems to consider for your aerial infrared survey. Incoming Equipment Substations Recommended frequency: every six months - adjust the schedule Transformers after reviewing any patterns that develop. Substations Transformers Overhead Lines Main Equipment Recommended frequency: every twelve months – survey more frequently depending on equipment history, problems located, and environmental concerns. Generators Automatic Transfer Switches Battery Banks Distribution Equipment Recommended frequency: every twelve months – survey more frequently depending on equipment history, problems located, and environmental concerns. Motor Control Centers Distribution Panels Laboratory Electrical Panels Loading Dock Electrical Panels Computer Electrical Panels HVAC Equipment
  • How does an Aerial Infrared Electrical System Survey work?
    Our aerial thermography solutions allow you to uncover potential problems lurking in your electrical systems without any intrusive contact. Our state-of-the-art infrared imaging radiometers detect the invisible thermal energy emitted from components and produce an image on a monitor display for easy viewing of temperature patterns. Once these unique temperatures are identified, our detailed reports provide a comprehensive review with hardcopy or digital documents, including photographs and further information about the problem area.
  • How to ensure safety during Aerial Infrared Electrical Inspection Surveys?
    Infrared Thermographers must pay close attention to a range of safety regulations, including OSHA and Site Specific Regulations. Moreover, the National Fire Protection Association document NFPA 70E stipulates additional requirements—particularly regarding thermography as an assigned task. According to Table 130.7(C)(9) Hazard Risk Category Classifications in this document, hazard/risk ratings can be given between 0-3 depending on the type of apparatus being surveyed. Jeeves Drones provides an invaluable visual survey of properties without physical access, however it is critical to ensure that the findings are corroborated by certified inspectors and electricians.
  • What if I don't use my photography service? Does it roll over to the next month?
    If you subscribe to the Pro Subscription, unused services roll-over to the next month but expire after 30 days.
  • Is travel and editing included?
    Photography editing is included with any of our services. Travel up to 30 miles round trip is included in all Classic photography services; 70 miles round trip for Pro services.
  • How can I order more photo sessions if I need them?
    We offer plans with 2 to 5 shoots per month in addition to large agency discounts, contact us at info@jeevesdrones.com for information.
  • What is your Satisfaction Guarantee?
    If the services provided do not meet your expectations, and there is nothing we can do to make it right, you will be credited or refunded. You must contact us within 30 days of your service to request credits or a refund.
  • Can I cancel anytime?
    Yes, to cancel your membership and avoid being charged, you must cancel before the end of your trial period — email info@jeevesdrones.com to cancel or for questions related to your membership.
  • What are drone consulting services?
    Drone consultants provide training either to individuals or corporations and have experience in designing drone programs.
  • How much does drone consulting cost?
    Drone consulting can be an expensive endeavor, but the cost doesn't always have to break the bank. Generally speaking, one hour of services usually ranges between $250 and $350 - yet this is not necessarily set in stone as many contracts are designed for long-term engagements with an agreed upon fixed rate that offers scalability should additional coverage be needed.
  • Why hire a drone consultant?
    Hiring a drone consulting service is an intelligent way of guaranteeing compliance with all applicable laws and regulations. With the technology advancing rapidly, navigating through these ever-evolving legislations can seem daunting - however, expert guidance provides assurance that your company's drone operations are up to date and in line with relevant standards.
  • What is your 100% money-back guarantee?
    If for some reason the services we provided do not meet your expectations and there is no way we can make it right, you will be credited or refunded. You must contact us within 30 days after your service to request this guarantee.
  • How do I cancel or reschedule?
    The fastest and easiest method is to text us at (720) 295-8225. You may also email info@jeevesdrones.com. Other options may be available depending on your membership level.
  • What areas do you cover? What do you charge for travel?
    We have multiple pilots and photographers that covers all areas of Colorado. Our mileage starting point always begins from Denver. 30 miles are always included with every booking. Contact us for questions or to ask about long-range travel discounts.
  • What is your turnaround time?
    24 hours for photography and 48 hours for all videography.
  • What forms of payment do you accept? How do I pay for add-ons for additional fees?
    We accept all major credit cards and use simple ecommerce solutions. Checkout as a guest or create an account for faster checkout in the future. Add-ons and additional fees, such as mileage, are sent via invoice that allows for payment via any major credit or debit card. Additional payment options are available for frequent clients. We also offer monthly subscriptions that include incredible savings and free services. Contact us for information about this and other payment options.
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