What is the difference between single-timeslot and multi-timeslots?

With our event and business packages we wanted to provide you with maximum flexibility to use the photography and/or video production hours as you need, so we created single-timeslot and multi-timeslot. Each package will indicate the type of hours that have been allocated.

  • Single-timeslot means you can use your time in a single continuous block within the assigned working hours identified in the package.
    • For example, if your package contains 4 hours of single-timeslot photography or video production time with assigned working hours of 08:00-18:00 then you can use those 4 hours at the time of day to suit your business, production or performance needs (say 09:00-13:00, 11:00-15:00 or 13:00-17:00) without additional costs. Single-timeslot hours must be used as a continuous block during the assigned working hours, on the same day and in the same location.
  • Multi-timeslot means that you can use your photography or video production time in multiple non-continuous blocks within the assigned working hours identified in the package.
    • For example, if your package contains 8 hours of multi-timeslot photography or video production time and assigned working hours of 08:00-20:00 then you can split those 8 hours into multiple packages (say 2 x 4 hours) and then use those packages at different parts of the day to suit your business, production or performance needs (you could select 08:00-12:00 for the first 4 hours and 16:00-20:00 for the second 4 hours) without additional costs. Multi-timeslot hours can be used in a continuous block or split into multiple blocks during the assigned working hours, on the same day and in the same location (unless multi-day* and/or multi-location* are also specified).

Please note that all packages can all be customised for your specific coverage and needs.

*Some packages contain multi-day (where hours can be split across multiple days) and multi-location (where hours can be split across multiple locations). Please refer to each package specification for details of what is included in the base price.

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