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Why have a Wedding videographer?


Wedding videos are usually thought of as an unnecessary added expense. I’m always surprised that many couples choose not to hire a wedding videographer. Technology has advanced to a point where its easily accepted and cherished forever. No longer are the big heavy cameras, bright lights, and awkward battery belts. An experienced videographer can capture movement and sound without getting in the way of the solemnity of your moments. You’ll be able to hear your spouse gasp during your first look, your dad’s toast and your mom’s laughter. You’ll be able to watch your first kiss as newlyweds, your first dance, and your grandmother’s amazing dance moves. Sound is 50% as important as still images. For as beautiful and artistic as still photos can be, they cannot capture motion or sound— which makes a wedding video a must-have.

Your videographer can also edit your wedding footage down to create an emotional movie, frequently set to music, that will truly tell the story of your wedding from start to finish. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry—it’s the closest thing to reliving your wedding day. If your photographer missed a moment.... having your video footage enables you to access 30 frames (pictures) a second with professional quality suitable for picture framing.

Wedding videos are easily shareable. You can post your video to YouTube, facebook,

or your own web site! A videographer can also live stream your wedding to periscope

for friends who couldn't attend!

Video is great for conducting a Wedding ceremony in these times when social distancing is important.


Your videographer may also be able to create short clips for you to share on social media. It makes hiring a videographer ideal for those who are having smaller or destination weddings—you can help family members and friends who were unable to attend feel like they were actually there. Hire a professional videographer who will make your special day beautifully rememberer forever!


When asked what are the most importnat things you would take in the event of a fire?

Inevideably, wedding video is on the list.

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