Yes. While a direct trade for services may be difficult to arrange, it is not uncommon for video production companies and videographers to be available through barter/trade associations. These barter/trade associations allow vendors to sell their products and services for credits instead of cash. Those credits can be spent with any other vendor belonging to the same barter/trade association (including video production companies and videographers). Video production companies and videographers typically join barter/trade associations for one of two reasons: they looking to break into the profession and are willing to work for credits rather than cash, or they aren’t getting enough cash-paying clients, so they are willing to take on trade/barter clients to keep busy. Buyers should research how much video production costs are in their area of the world before hiring a videographer(s) from a barter/trade association—because credits rather than cash is paid, many vendors over inflate their prices.