Win a FREE drone session for your wedding worth £250!
We are fully authorised drone operators in both Ireland and the UK. To celebrate, we’re giving away a free drone session as part of a wedding videography package to one lucky couple.
The competition will run from Tuesday 5th December 2017 – Sunday 4th February 2018 (inclusive).
To enter the you must:
Like our Facebook page, share the competition post & comment with your wedding date.
Small (but important) print:
Entries close on Sunday 4th February at 23.59. The winner will be chosen at random on Tuesday 6th February 2018 and announced on our Facebook page.
The winner must book Paul Hughes Video for their wedding videography and the prize will be provided as part of the package. As part of the prize, material recorded will be edited and included into the wedding film. No raw footage will be released and worldwide copyright will remain Paul Hughes Video as per clause 3 in our standard terms & conditions.
The prize is subject to Paul Hughes Video availability and has NO cash value. The winner may claim the prize for any wedding date in 2018, 2019 or 2020 and the prize winners location(s) must be within a two hour drive from Paul Hughes Video location. The prize may only be used on the date in the comment section of the competition post and is non-transferable.
This competition is open to anyone, including couples who have already booked Paul Hughes Video for their wedding Videography. Just like our Facebook page, share the competition post & comment with your wedding date to enter.
The prize will be issued by a voucher and must be redeemed to claim. The voucher will expire twelve months from issue. Paul Hughes Video strongly recommends that if the winner hasn't already secured their date that they claim the prize as soon as possible after being notified, as continued availability on their date is NOT guaranteed. Our standard terms & conditions apply to the rest of the booking.
Paul Hughes Video may use the material recorded as part of the prize for promotional purposes.
The prize is subject to the separate drone terms & conditions (without the fee) and may need to be cancelled in certain circumstances which are beyond the control of Paul Hughes Video, such as poor weather conditions on the date or no permission to fly at the winners location(s). Flights will be entirely at the discretion of the pilot-in-command and the pilot-in-command’s decision will be final.
5th December 2017
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“CAA” means Civil Aviation Authority.
“UK” Means United Kingdom
“IAA” Means Irish Aviation Authority
“Irl” Means Republic of Ireland
“Date(s) for Services” means the agreed date(s) for Paul Hughes Video to provide the Services set out in the Particulars.
“Deliverables” means any tangible results of the Services produced or generated by Paul Hughes Video including photographs, negatives, prints and literary works produced or generated by the Paul Hughes Video in the course of providing the Services.
“Delivery Date” means the agreed date Paul Hughes Video to provide the Deliverables to the Client set out in the Particulars.
“Fee” means the fee for the Services and Deliverables set out in the Particulars.
“Fee for Aerial Approval” means the fee (if any) set out in the Particulars which the Client agrees to pay for Paul Hughes Video to obtain aerial approval from IAA (Irl) or CAA (UK).
“Intellectual Property Rights” includes all copyright and neighbouring rights including all rights in relation to inventions (including patent rights), registered and unregistered trademarks and registered designs.
“Services” means all services to be performed by Paul Hughes Video under this agreement.
2.0 PERFORMANCE OF THE SERVICES
2.1 Paul Hughes Video will perform the Services as contractor for the Client in accordance with the Client’s brief as agreed under clause 3.0 and all applicable laws in the UK or Republic of Ireland.
2.2 Paul Hughes Video will provide the Client with the Deliverables specified in the Particulars and Client’s brief as agreed under clause 3.0
3.0 CLIENT BRIEF
3.1 The Client will provide Paul Hughes Video with a brief detailing the Services and Deliverables required as well as any other information, including but not limited to details of site access, property position and contact details.
3.2 The Client will provide the brief to Paul Hughes Video as soon as possible and no less than 1 week prior to the Date(s) for Services.
3.3 Paul Hughes Video relies on the Client to provide accurate and complete information. Any failure to provide accurate and complete information affecting the delivery of Services by Paul Hughes Video may result in a charge being made by Paul Hughes Video to cover time, associated travel costs and any other costs reasonably incurred by Paul Hughes Video such costs not exceeding the Fee.
3.4 The Client acknowledges Paul Hughes Video may require changes to the brief where these are necessary to enable Paul Hughes Video to provide the Services in accordance with the terms of its aerial licence issued by IAA (Irl) or CAA (UK) in accordance with relevant laws, such as workplace health and safety laws. The Client agrees to accommodate these changes.
3.5 Where the Services are to be provided on a building or premises not owned or controlled by Paul Hughes Video, the Client will provide Paul Hughes Video with an orientation to the site and procedures relevant to the Services and Deliverables prior to the Date(s) for Services.
4.0 AERIAL APPROVALS
4.1 Where IAA (Irl) or CAA (UK) aerial approval is required, Paul Hughes Video will prepare and submit the application to IAA (Irl) or CAA (UK) for an agreed fee within an agreed timeframe on receipt of the Fee for Aerial Approval from the Client.
4.2 Timeframes for IAA (Irl) or CAA (UK) aerial application approval vary significantly and the Client acknowledges this may affect lead times. The Client must allow sufficient lead times for the IAA (Irl) or CAA (UK) aerial approval process and Paul Hughes Video cannot be held responsible for delay caused by this process.
4.3 Paul Hughes Video will request details necessary to obtain such approvals from the Client and the Client must provide these to Paul Hughes Video as soon as possible. Paul Hughes Video relies on the accuracy of any information provided by or on behalf of the Client and cannot be held responsible for consequences of the Client providing inaccurate or incomplete information.
5.0 OTHER PERMISSIONS
5.0 The Client is responsible for obtaining any other permissions/approvals necessary to enable Paul Hughes Video to provide the Services and provide the Deliverables under this agreement.
5.1 Where the Client fails to obtain the permission, it will be liable for cancellation as set out below.
6.0 MODEL AND PROPERTY RELEASE FORMS
6.0 Unless specifically agreed in writing prior to the commencement of photography and videography services under this agreement, Paul Hughes Video will provide the Deliverables without obtaining model or property release forms.
6.2 It is solely the responsibility of the Client to obtain such permissions and to make the legal and moral decision whether to publish photographs which contain images of individuals where model release forms have not been obtained.
6.3 Paul Hughes Video accepts no liability in circumstances where supplied images are used by the Client without such a release and subsequent action is taken by individuals or companies against the Client. Should the Client require such permissions, Paul Hughes Video should be informed in writing prior to the Date(s) for Services.
6.4 In addition, Paul Hughes Video accepts no responsibility where images of trademarks/company logos are used by the Client to support other non-associated works.
7.0 DELIVERY DATE
7.1 All Deliverables will be delivered in the format agreed at the time of ordering by the Delivery Date specified in the Particulars, except where otherwise agreed.
7.1 The Delivery Date is subject to variation reasonably required to accommodate any changes to the Deliverables agreed between the parties.
8.0 CONFIDENTIALITY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS
8.1 Subject to clause 8.2, Paul Hughes Video and the Client will protect the confidentiality of all information provided to each other under this agreement.
8.2 Paul Hughes Video may disclose information to its contractors for the purposes of performing the Services under this agreement.
8.3 Neither party will disclose any information provided to it by the other party unless the information is in the public domain or required to be provided by law.
8.4 Title to all Deliverables will pass to the Client on receipt of full and final payment of the Fee (and any other amounts payable to Paul Hughes Video under this agreement) by Paul Hughes Video.
8.5 Unless otherwise agreed to in writing by the parties, Clause 3. & 6.4 of our standard Terms & Conditions apply to copyright of the Deliverables.
9.0 PAYMENT OF FEES AND EXPENSES
9.1 The Fee for the Services and Deliverables by Paul Hughes Video is set out in the Particulars.
9.2 The Fee is subject to variation to the brief requested by the Client and agreed to by Paul Hughes Video.
9.3 Except where expressly stated, fees are inclusive of expenses such as travel.
10.0 PAYMENT TERMS
10.1 Payment shall be made under the terms of out under Clause 6. Of our standard Terms & Conditions.
11.0 WORKPLACE HEALTH AND SAFETY
11.1 The Client will provide and maintain, so far as is practicable, an environment for Paul Hughes Video, its employees and members of the public that is safe and without risks to health.
11.2 The Client must itself, and must ensure that any of its contractors, at all times identify and take all necessary precautions for the health and safety of all persons, including Paul Hughes Video’s employees and contractors.
11.3 The Client must comply with any Acts, regulations, by-laws, codes of practice which are in any way applicable to workplace health and safety and the provision of any services in relation to the Services.
12.0 INDEMNITY AND LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
12.1 The Client must indemnify, keep indemnified and hold harmless Paul Hughes Video for all loss, damage (direct or indirect), liability or injury caused or contributed to either directly or indirectly by the Client or any person the Client is responsible for (including personnel and sub-contractors).
12.2 The Client must indemnify, keep indemnified and hold harmless Paul Hughes Video from and against all claims, damages, loss and expenses arising out of or in connection with the Client’s breach of this agreement or any negligence, reckless or wilful act or omission by the Client or any person the Client is responsible for.
12.3 Paul Hughes Video will not be liable for any misrepresentation that may occur as a result of any editing or manipulation of images carried out by Paul Hughes Video in accordance with this agreement.
12.4 Paul Hughes Video’s liability to the Client is limited to the value of the agreed Fee.
12.5 Neither party will be liable for consequential, special, indirect, exemplary or punitive liabilities in relation to a breach of this agreement or event, fact, matter or circumstance.
13.0 WEATHER CONDITIONS
13.1 The Client acknowledges that Paul Hughes Video may be unable to provide the Services and operate its aerial equipment in certain weather conditions.
13.2 Paul Hughes Video will be unable to provide the Services on the Date(s) for Services if:
13.2.1 Paul Hughes Video’s Pilot in Command deems that it is unsafe to fly due to prevailing weather conditions; or
13.2.2 the Client or its representatives directs Paul Hughes Video that the weather conditions are not suitable for the Deliverables.
13.3 If possible Paul Hughes Video will endeavour to arrange to provide the Services as soon as possible after the agreed Date(s) for Services where possible.
13.4 Should work be interrupted by a change in weather conditions, Paul Hughes Video will arrange a further site visit to carry out the Services where possible.
13.5 The Client will be liable for any costs incurred by Paul Hughes Video and its contractors as a result of re-scheduling the Services.
13.6 Where it is not possible to re-schedule the Services due to the Client’s requirements, normal cancellation policy (see clause 15) will apply.
13.7 Paul Hughes Video is not responsible for delay or failure to provide the Services due to the prevailing weather conditions and cannot be held liable where this results in loss or damage to the Client.
14.0 FORCE MAJEURE
14.1 Neither party shall be liable for any delay or failure to perform its obligations pursuant to this agreement if such delay or failure is due to force majeure. If a delay or failure is anticipated due to force majeure, the performance of a party’s obligations will be suspended.
15.0 CANCELLATION AND TERMINATION
15.1 The Client may cancel the Services prior to the Date(s) for Services at any time by giving written notice to Paul Hughes Video.
15.2 The Client agrees to provide Paul Hughes Video with as much notice as reasonably practicable.
15.3 All other amounts due to Paul Hughes Video under this agreement plus will be payable within 30 days of presentation of Paul Hughes Video invoice unless otherwise agreed.
15.4 Any other monies paid by the Client in advance will be refunded by Paul Hughes Video to the Client within 30 days.
15.5 Paul Hughes Video may terminate this agreement by giving reasonable notice in writing to the Client if:
15.5.1 the Client directs Paul Hughes Video to provide the Services in a manner contrary to the conditions of Paul Hughes Video aerial permission and any applicable laws;
15.5.2 the Client directs Paul Hughes Video to provide the Services in a way that creates an unreasonable risk to the health and safety of Paul Hughes Video personnel and its contractors or Paul Hughes Video equipment; or
15.5.3 the Client otherwise places unreasonable demands on Paul Hughes Video in the delivery of the Services.
15.6 The Client will be liable for any costs incurred by Paul Hughes Video prior to cancellation under clause 15.4.
16.0 PUBLIC LIABILITY INSURANCE
16.1. Paul Hughes Video holds public liability insurance (£2.5 million) which covers all aspects of
the Services. A copy of this insurance policy is available to inspect by the Client upon request.
17.1. Paul Hughes Video warrants that:
17.2.1 they hold a valid IAA (Irl) & CAA(UK) aerial permission authorising the use of unmanned aerial vehicles required to carry out the Services under this agreement; and
17.2.2 its pilots are authorised to operate this equipment are authorised to do so under Paul Hughes Video’s aerial permission(s), operations manual and insurance.
18.1 This agreement is subject to any special conditions in the Particulars. If there is an inconsistency between a special condition and another provision of this agreement, the special condition prevails.
18.2 This agreement will be read subject to any applicable laws and regulations.
18.3 All prior representations, warranties, arrangements, understandings and agreements concerning the subject matter of this agreement are superseded.
18.4 Any variations or assignments by the Client to this agreement will not be enforceable unless they are made in writing, prior to the variation or assignment and signed by both parties. Paul Hughes Video may assign its rights by written notice to the Client.
18.5 Paul Hughes Video may delegate and/or assign all or any of its rights or obligations under this agreement to a third party.
18.6 This agreement is governed by the laws of the United Kingdom.
18.7 A waiver by Paul Hughes Video in respect of any breach of a condition or provision of this agreement shall not be deemed to be a waiver in respect of any other or any subsequent breach.
18.8 This agreement is in addition to our standard Terms & Conditions.
Laura & Aaron married on 30th June 2016 in Dungannon Lifeboat Fellowship and stopped off at the magnificent Killymoon Castle for their photographs before going their reception in the fabulous Royal Hotel, Cookstown. This is the highlights from their wedding day.
1. The following words or expressions shall have the meanings stated:
“Videographer” or "his" means Paul Hughes trading as Paul Hughes Video.
“Customer” means the person identified as the customer on a booking form.
“Booking Form” means a form (whether or not printed on the reverse of these terms and conditions) completed by the customer, by which the customer instructs the Videographer to create material.
“Material” means all footage, Copies, DVD's, Blu-Ray, VHS, Digital Files, and/or any other product comprising or containing reproduction of any form of video material, and which has been created by the Videographer.
“Order” means any request, order, commission, instruction or booking by or on behalf of the customer for creation of material by the Videographer.
“Price” means the price for an Order as set out on a Booking Form.
2. Any work of any description undertaken by the Videographer pursuant to an order shall be subject to these terms and conditions.
3. Copyright and ownership of all material is retained worldwide by the Videographer at all times and nothing shall be deemed as a release, transfer, assignment or other disposal of the Videographer's rights in the material, save as:
3.1 Specifically set out in these terms and conditions.
3.2 May otherwise be agreed by the Videographer in writing.
4.1 In consideration of the price the Videographer will undertake such work as is necessary to fulfil the requirements of an Order.
4.2 The Videographer will not be responsible for any losses, damages or errors due to misinformation or equipment failure.
4.3 In consideration of the Videographer's agreement in Paragraph 4.1 above, the customer will pay the price in accordance with the provisions set out in Paragraphs 5 & 6 below.
5. An Order shall be subject to the following provisions:
5.1 The Videographer shall be entitled to require a booking fee on account of the price, as may be agreed between the Videographer and the Customer prior to the taking of steps to create any material.
5.2 Customers who have placed an order on the internet, over the phone or in the post have seven days to ‘cool off' during which time if they wish to cancel the Order they must notify the Videographer in writing. Any monies paid will be refunded without penalty (excluding expenses already incurred).
5.3 In the event of a cancellation of an Order by the Customer, in addition to any entitlement to claim damages for losses arising from such cancellation, the Videographer shall, in any event, be entitled to retain the booking fee and/or agreed.
5.4 In the event of a cancellation of an Order by the Videographer, full refund of any monies paid will be issued by cheque within two weeks from the date of notification.
5.5 The Videographer shall be entitled to agree to regard any Order that is not evidenced in writing as invalid.
5.6 The Videographer licences the Customer to utilise the Material produced as a result of the Customer's Order to the extent of private use only, unless otherwise agreed by the Videographer in writing. Any breach of such licence shall automatically revoke such licence without further notification from the Videographer.
5.7 Unless specifically otherwise agreed in writing between the Videographer and the Customer, the Videographer is entitled to utilise Material ordered by the Customer for the advertising, marketing and promotion of the Videographer's business.
5.8 The Videographer shall be entitled to sub-contract his obligations under an Order at his discretion.
5.9 Save as otherwise agreed between the Customer and the Videographer, the Videographer shall be entitled to use his judgement regarding the style and artistic input in the production of Material.
5.9.1 The Videographer shall not be liable to the Customer for any failure, in whole or in part, to fulfil his obligations under an Order where failure arises as a result of an event or circumstances beyond his control, which may include (but are not limited to) equipment failure, inclement weather, illness or injury.
5.9.2 Customers wishing material to be placed on third party websites accept the Videographer is not responsible for their policies.
5.9.3 Filming time is subject to fair play. The Videographer shall fulfil his obligations agreed under an Order provided the event doesn’t over-run beyond what is reasonable as a result of an event or circumstances beyond his control, save as.
6. Two weeks before the date of the Videographer's obligations under an Order the Videographer shall deliver an invoice for the price to the Customer and the Customer shall pay the price (or any balance of it) within 14 days of the date of the invoice. Any sum outstanding after the expiry of 14 days shall have the following consequences:
6.1 Provided a booking fee has been received or an Order is account based, an Order may still be recorded and archived either to be completed, edited or released when the balance is settled.
6.2 A second invoice may be sent offering a period, as defined on the invoice terms, in which to settle. Should payment not be received a late payment fee of 5% will be added. Additional editing fees may also be incurred should an order be removed from the editing system due to non compliance of these terms.
6.3 Returned payments attract a £25.00 charge.
6.4 Any licence granted by the provisions of paragraph 5.6 above shall be automatically revoked, and shall only be capable of reinstatement upon payment of any outstanding sum plus interest and any other costs incurred by the Videographer.
7. Where an Order lasts longer than a period six hours a cooked meal must be provided by the Customer and at the Customer's expense, save as otherwise agreed in writing.
8. Save as otherwise agreed in writing, the customer is responsible at all times for obtaining (and if necessary paying) the appropriate music rights, licences and / or permissions for any music to be included as part of their Order.
8.1 Save as otherwise agreed in writing, the customer is responsible at all times for obtaining (and if necessary paying for) the appropriate permissions for any person, place or thing to be recorded as part of their Order.
9. Technical faults must be notified within three days of delivery. Faults notified after this it may not be possible to rectify or a charge may be levied.
10. The contractual relationship between the Videographer and the Customer shall be governed by the laws of the United Kingdom.
11. An Order, as evidenced by information on the Booking Form and as governed by and together with these terms and conditions shall form the entire agreement between the Videographer and the Customer, save as otherwise agreed in writing.
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