Would it be weird to hire a wedding videographer to capture your special moments even though it's a small backyard wedding? Absolutely not. Find out why...
Sometimes booking your wedding video comes down to a last minute decision. There are some popular wedding dates, however, that need to consider booking much farther in advance—If you don’t there’s a good chance that your first, second, or even third choice videographer won’t be available.
This important but overlooked question is something that can have an enormous impact on your wedding day vibe and needs to be a part of your vetting questionnaire for videographers and photographers.
Booking a wedding videographer is a tough decision sometimes, you already have a photographer, does video seem redundant? Will you even watch it? We've come up with 5 essential questions that will help you pin down whether or not getting video makes sense for your wedding and accelerate your decision-making process.
I'm a professional wedding videographer who bootstrapped his own wedding video and all the warnings are true—your DIY wedding video will be disastrous. Here are some tips to avoid that.
Having a friend film for you sounds like a great idea at first, especially considering almost everyone has access to good quality video right in their pockets. But what are the foreseen costs of having amateur video during one of the most important days of your life?
Wedding videography is a solid financial investment and it can be a hard decision to make—especially when many brides fear getting a bad wedding video. Here are a few ways to make the decision making a little easier.
Should you invest in a wedding video? It's a decision that should be made with a clear mind and an eye on potential post-wedding regret. Here's why.
Unfortunately, audio is something that many wedding videographers too often undervalue. All it takes is a poor quality equipment or the lack of proper audio hookups and you can loose that precious anecdote from your mom or your best friend forever.