Absolutely! The only additional cost will be travel fair, hotel accommodations and food for the duration of the trip which will all be included in the proposed budget.
Unfortunately No. There are many legal reasons why however I always get a feel for what type of music the couple likes and match it with the feel of the film.
The simple answer is No. My shooting style matches what I see for the edit. It wouldn't make much sense to anyone else.
I do not. Weddings are a live event. If I'm worried about setting up lights then there's a good chance i'll miss a real moment with my camera. My shooting style is a great help to me when I'm dealing with a low light situation on top of having great low light cameras.
I do not. I'd rather go unnoticed all throughout the day and capture real honest moments filled with emotion. Most of the world is not used to having a camera pointed at them so having some attention grabbing equipment just makes matters worse.
Very rarely. Everyone has their own style. I grew up in the movie industry so i tend to rely on a more story driven film. I may gently direct whatever my subject is in doing something if I see that it'll add emotion to the film such as a thumb caressing their beloveds back, repeating a kiss or something to that effect. This is more of the photographers specialty and I simply document the process and tell a story.
Again very rarely and again everyone has their own style. For me growing up in the film industry was a great teacher and has helped me to find my style. Most movies are shot at 24 frames per second so this is what I shoot at. Shooting the entire day in slow motion is a trend that will eventually fade out instead of having a timeless memory. This to me is one of the biggest differences in having a wedding video and a wedding film.