'Capture your Wedding Day on Film'
One of the most important days in many people's lives is their wedding day. A professionally produced wedding video will be something treasured and expected to last more than a lifetime.
A wedding video can be passed down from family generation to generation, ensuring that the happy memories are preserved for many years to come.
Why Choose a Professional Company?
Using a friend or family member to film and edit your wedding video is in all honesty a risky option. Commonly the video equipment used is consumer standard and the skills of the camera operator are usually underdeveloped. The result is hours of poor quality video footage and audio tracks that cannot be recovered, even through the most high end post-production process.
A wedding video/DVD produced by a professional company ensures that your special day will be filmed by experienced industry trained professionals that utilise broadcast standard equipment and software to the best of their professional ability.
Who to choose?
Look for a professional who will tastefully capture your special day whilst remaining discrete with their presence, so that the events of the day unfold without interference. Avoid gimmicks or special effects that can instantly reduce the viewing pleasure and cement your wedding video to a time period. This is why many wedding videos look clumsy and amateurish.
When viewing the quality of a wedding video you must consider the technology utilised by your Videographer. Many companies use consumer standard equipment, and post-production software to edit your video. This always leaves the client with a sub standard DVD, especially if the company’s staff are not sufficiently educated in the production and post-production process. After all who wants a wedding video that they can’t be proud of and show their friends and family?
Consider what you will get for your money…
You want a video to be proud of and a package that can be tailor made to suit you. Do you want the ceremony shown in full length with nothing left on the cutting room floor, with no maximum length to your video? Ask if the videographer will present you with a double disc DVD if necessary.