your special day on videotape and relive it whenever you like.
Imagine watching your children's faces as they view all the excitement
and sounds of your wedding day. Since this is a "once in
a lifetime" event, it is important to select your videographer
soon as you pick your wedding date and establish where your ceremony
and reception will take place, start interviewing professional
videographers. View their work and compare their credentials,
training, creativity, talent and style. Request references and
check several of them before making your selection. The comfort
level between you and any professional working for you on your
wedding day is equally important. Good rapport and confidence
between you and your videographer is essential.
price is determined by several factors: the number of cameras
and videographers used; the type of equipment; creativity in shooting
and editing; years of experience; hours of service. Expect to
spend at least as much as you would on photography. Expect coverage
of the ceremony and the reception. A professional videographer
will often attend your wedding rehearsal, too.
professional videographer will bring back-up equipment in addition
to using remote microphones, supplemental lighting and tripods
to get a steady shot.
done in the studio, after the event, is the process of organizing
all the elements you want included in your video into a beautiful
creative documentary of your day. In addition to the actual footage
of your wedding, the following segments can be included on your
finished videotape: childhood photos; the bride and groom getting
ready; rehearsal and rehearsal dinner; recapturing and highlighting
the ceremony, reception and honeymoon photos. Remember, studio
editing takes time and may be an additional cost.
article was written by The Professional Videographers Association
of Connecticut (PVACT).