I am a wedding videographer. Once upon a time, there might have been great shame in that. But, things have changed. Gone are the days of videographers showing up to the wedding and leaving an untouched camera on a tripod for the entire event. Wedding videos are now warm & personal, cinematic, and edgy. They are story-oriented and have narratives and multi-camera edits. This is not your father’s VHS that the neighbor shot.
Believe us, your wedding day will be one of the most memorable days of your life and time will fly by. You will be too busy getting married and enjoying yourselves to worry about the cameraman, who by then, you will know and feel comfortable seeing.
If you belong to the rest of the community who is looking for a reliable photographer you can hire for your wedding, the wait is over. Studio 112 Photography LCC is a reliable company that has been in the industry for a couple of year now. For more than 25 years, they have offered their services for photography in different events. They have covered a couple of weddings serving satisfied clients. They understand the important of wedding coverage which is why they give their best.
Your videographer should have shared the details about the time frame required after the wedding to get the finished wedding video to you. Make sure you mark your calendar so you know when to watch for the package in the mail. You are probably anxious to see the finished video, but remember to be courteous to the Videographer. If they quoted you two to three weeks, make sure you give them that long before contacting them about progress.
Preproduction is also when you set a budget. In some cases, the budget is set by the client. They tell you how much they want to spend on a video and you create a plan that abides by their wishes. In other cases, a package deal is offered. For the amount of shooting and length of time they have your services, they pay a set price. You include your post-production costs into this package price. This is typically the situation for Wedding Videos, but many videographers offer this option to other clients, too. It is very important that you set a budget in advance and do your best to work within that budget. Otherwise, you will be losing money in the long-run.
Poor lighting can make the best of videos look bad. Discuss his lighting equipment. Are they bright? Are they tall enough to provide illumination for a wide audience? Does he come with a lighting man experienced enough?
Most importantly, remember the bride and groom are the stars of the show. They will keep the wedding video you produce for a lifetime and will be sharing it with their children and maybe even their grandchildren. You want them to have a complete documentation of their special day.