Choosing between a wedding photographer and videographer can be a tough decision. In this comprehensive guide, we’ll explore the pros and cons of both options and help you decide what’s best for capturing your big day. Read on for expert advice and make the right choice for your wedding memories.
If there’s one thing you can do to bring better audio, shots, and story into your films, it’s incorporating an interview into the film.
In order to become the best, we must differentiate ourselves from the competition. There are a million wedding videographers (probably not that many, but you get the idea) and it is important to be different enough to stand out.
This time we are taking a look at two different sections. One is an emotional reflection from a father giving his little girl away, (as they say), and the other is a very touching scattering of ashes. We discuss the techniques involved in bringing these scenes to life.
“The wedding was amazing. But while I had an amazing photographer, I didn’t hire a professional videographer. So many wonderful moments were captured frozen in time, but there are no moving images.” —Sheila
Stephanie Reitsma, owner and principal planner of Sweetheart Events was kind enough to join me on my blog and share her thoughts on how best to communicate with guests about wedding postponements in 2021.
Join Katie Ley, owner and principal planner of boutique wedding planning company Katie & Co Occasions and learn how to find the perfect wedding planner for you.
Hollywood Blockbuster Style Wedding Films | Wedding Filmmaker Spotlight: Ray Roman
Planning a wedding can be positively overwhelming, but the most important decision you’ll make is how you choose to remember it.