Your Wedding Video

There’s no better way to capture the emotion, excitement and colour of your wedding day than by becoming the leading lady, and the leading man, in your very own wedding movie.

The most enchanting day of your life will be over before you know it. But a professionally produced video puts time on hold. You can relive the day as many times as you want… just press ‘play’! Many brides who decide against a videographer later regret it. A video gives you the chance to catch up on the little things that you missed, but your videographer didn’t: your fiancé anxiously awaiting your arrival; your flower girl walking down the aisle, the look of pride on your dad’s face and your mum as she sheds a few happy tears.

Even if you’re notoriously camera shy, having your wedding filmed isn’t at all intrusive – a true professional will simply blend into the background. A professional videographer has state-of-the-art equipment, coupled with the ability to capture the magic and beauty of the day and translate it all to video.

With skilful editing, a sequence of events can be combined into a beautiful and moving narrative: those wonderfully precious moments skilfully blended together to create a vivid and lasting memory you can relive over and over again.    

As with your photographer, start the search early to find a professional with whom you feel at ease. Make an appointment to call at the videographer’s studio to see their showreels and as you watch, consider presentation, quality, sound and lighting. If the images are clear and consistently focused, with well-lit indoor and outdoor shots, fluid camera movements free of shake, undistorted sound and unobtrusive visual effects, you’ll know that you’ve found a true professional.

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