Tips on how to book a Wedding Videographer
Our Number 1 Tip is to hire an experienced Wedding Videographer.
Good storytelling and professional editing equipment are key to a great wedding video.
Wedding Video packages are priced by hours of coverage, number of videographers and finished product. Decide if you want to book the entire day. That would include getting ready, ceremony, reception and grand exit. If not, you can go with less time. If you go with just the ceremony, make sure the videographer has a good wireless lapel microphone to record the vows.
Kristy and Jacob's exchange of vows are crystal clear in the video.
Think about your favorite movie for a minute? How many times does the camera cut to different angles? It's so common that it's not something you think about often.The same thing goes for a wedding video. Two cameras are better than one. Moving back and forth with clips from different angles, makes for a more engaging video. We added a stationary camera set at the back of the church.
Whatever you choose to do, choose the best you can afford. Make budget compromises on things that won't last, like food and flowers. You won't regret it. Your video will allow you to relive all the special moments of your Wedding Day for many years to come.
You can watch Kristy and Jacob's short highlight video here:
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