Day in the life of a McLaren Videographer: Henrik Ringner is the videographer for the McLaren F1 team. Here he takes you on what a day in his life looks like when traveling with the team to the Australian Grand Prix.
What does a Videographer do ?
A videographer is the person behind the camera responsible for capturing video content for various clients and brands, they generally work on smaller scale video productions as individuals rather than in a larger production team. They may shoot and edit content for on going projects or for one off commissions such as commercials, documentaries, weddings, live events, short films or training material.
How much does a videographer earn?
The average UK salary is around £25,000 however earnings can vary. Many videographers work freelance so would charge an hourly or project rate depending on individual assignments. So how much does a freelance videographer earn? Well, it’s tricky to give you one cost, so here are a few:
- Video Director: $25/hour to $250/hour
- Script Writer/Marketer: $60/hour to $150/hour
- Video Editor: $60/hour to $175/hour
- Cameramen: $25/hour to $400/hour
- Actors/Presenters: $50/hour to $500/hour
- Equipment: $25/hour to $100’s/hour
- Studio Shooting: $100/hour to $400/hour
- Narrators/Voice overs: $100 to $400
- Audio Files: $30 to $1,000
- Video Rendering: $30/hour to $75/hour
- B-Roll: 10% to 50% addition to shooting costs
- ‘Miscellaneous Fees’: $100 to $1000’s
The above costs are thanks to: Beverley Boy Productions
How do you become a Videographer?
You can become a videographer through taking a media course in College or University or through gaining experience and building your portfolio. Filmstro has put together some tips on how to start making money in this industry.
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