I am a freelancer in the Columbus, OH area
Thank you Josh! I appreciate it! That's what I was thinking but being a freelancer I wasn't sure about common practice for employment.
By calling me naive, you are infering that my question is stupid, un-necessary or unworthy.
(of a person or action) showing a lack of experience, wisdom, or judgment.
Whats a lack of wisdom? Stupidity. We could use other words but stupidity will suffice.
The true professionals provided answers. You don't even know the definition of your own words. Think before you troll Lofar.
There is no such thing as a stupid question, only stupid answers. It's obvious you do not know the answer, therefore the only naive one here is you.
"Obviously I don't know you or this situation" well, I just laid out the situation for you. Reading comprehension is important when you want to troll on the internet. Thankfully there are professionals like Josh and Afif who know what they are talking about.
Ever herd of byoc? Employers will try to get out of expenses if they can.
Thank you both! So it is not standard practice for in-house videographers to provide their own equipment. Thats what I thought and felt. I am better off freelancing this work for them but I doubt thats an option for them. I will give them a rough idea of purchasing equipment, renting mine or freelancing. Like most jobs these days they want their videographer to do their photography and social media. I'll pass on the social, I can do it but I wont do 3 jobs in one for a measly $40k Either way thank you again!