Produc­tion Coordi­nation

Freelance Roles

There are logistical considerations and legalities to address for more complex video shoots. The production coordinator does a lot of this behind-the-scenes work, in coordination with the field producer. In lieu of a location manager, the production coordinator coordinates the location logistics: any location fees, rules, etc that need to be adhered to when using the space. The production coordinator ensures that talent releases are created, signed and archived with the project. They may be in charge of creating call sheets and ensuring all crew and talent know when and where to show up on shoot day, and what each person should bring with them. They also work closely with production assistants, who often help them on shoot day with the myriad of tasks to be done to pull off a great shoot day. The production coordinator is responsible for more of the administrative tasks of a video project, while the field producer is responsible for more of the on-set work done on the shoot days.

More freelance roles Picture This Video can fulfill

Freelance & Editing Rates according to role

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  • Role Title

    Up to 5 hours
    Up to 10 hours
  • Associate Producer

  • Videographer – labor only

  • HD Videography w/gear

  • Teleprompter Operator w/gear

  • Remote Recording

    $105 per hour
  • Webcast/Event Producer onsite w/client

  • Webcast/Event Producer from PTV office

  • Terms

    • Mileage: Picture This Video works in the Metro DC area within a 25 mile radius of Fairfax, VA, with no travel fees. Additional mileage is charged at the current IRS rate.
    • Time is charged from arrival on site to departure from site.
      Our rates typically are based on 1/2 day (5 hours) or full days (10 hours).
    • For each hour over 10 in a day, the cost will be time and a half times the hourly rate for that job’s full day rate.
    • Cancellation of a scheduled scripting, videotaping or editing date may incur a kill fee:
      • 24-48 hours notice: $250
      • less than 24 hours notice: $300
      This is in addition to the cost of any rented equipment, and sub-contractors' kill fees.
    • Other rates & services available on request.
    • Invoices are due upon receipt. Deposit may be required.
  • Editing Rates

    Up to 10 hours
  • Logger / Digitizer – external system

    $36 per hour
  • Logger / Digitizer – internal system

    $55 per hour
  • Adobe Premiere editing – external system

    $75 per hour
  • Adobe Premiere editing – internal system

    $95 per hour