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Wedding Videography Tips for Brides

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By Jovia D’Souza

Beautiful films that tell a love story or what the day means to the couple are always valuable and exciting. Wedding videos can be full in that they cover the wedding ceremony in entirety, including speeches and everything in between or they can be short just highlighting the couple as individuals and as one. Your preferences should guide you in making the best videos you will enjoy years after the wedding.

Even though everyone attending the wedding is important in one way or another, the bride seems to always take the day. All eyes are usually on the bride and as the bride you need to be at your best in the wedding video. A little preplanning can go a long way in ensuring that your wedding videographer accounts for every frame.

Tip 1 – Let your videographer know about lighting in the wedding venue and if possible let them visit the venue before the wedding. This is a simple way of ensuring that they are able to capture the clearest images possible in relation to the lighting conditions.

Tip 2 – For indoor venues, make sure that your videographer is conversant with low wattage camera features so that he is able to diffuse light and spread it evenly for best video results. The lights should be turned up for special moments such as cake cutting, toasts, garter removal and bouquet tossing.

Tip 3 – To make outdoor wedding videos stunning, ensure that you are not in direct sunlight as a couple because this only washes out the vibrant colors making your wedding video dull. Consider canopies and shady areas that allow some light, but keeps direct sunlight out.

Tip 4 – Avoid chewing gum and other habits that do not come out well on video. It also helps to request that the bridal party keeps off such habits; provide mints if need be to avoid chewing gums moments. If you are working with a professional wedding videographer, you do not have to worry about unsightly eating, smoking or gum chewing moments on your video because they know best not to record such.

Tip 5 – Be as natural as you can and request same ease from the bridal party. Reacting to camera presence is not advisable so avoid turning back on camera or waving and smiling too hard when the camera rests on you. It is advisable that you look at the photographer rather than the videographer unless otherwise requested when you are not very sure of where to look.

Tip 6 – For unobtrusive shots during the vow exchange, face each other as a couple or face the guests rather than the officiator of the wedding. If this proves to be a challenge, then your videographer should use small hidden cameras in strategic ceremony location areas to get multiple camera angles he can incorporate when editing the video.

Tip 7 – If the ceremony has key moments such as unity candle lighting or sand ceremony, make sure that you stand directly in front of a vase or candle to avoid blocking. Exchange of rings should be done in a similar manner.

Raleigh wedding videography can be done to match your personal preferences in terms of length and what needs to be covered. Choose an experienced Raleigh wedding videographer to get quality footage you will enjoy years down the line.

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December 29, 2016 |

Wedding Photography / Video – Simple But Important Information to Optimize Your Destination Wedding

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By Roger J Curley

Sure it’s OK to bring your own video camcorder to your Dream Destination Wedding; but before you assign a Loved One to be stuck watching your entire Dream Wedding through the camera’s tiny peep-hole… Consider This!

More often than not, that Loved one is not a professional and may not even get the thing turned on and recording, I’ve also seen numerous times the battery dies out or the memory chip runs out of space part way into the Ceremony.

The times the video is recorded, the tiny microphones built into most camcorders, iPhones or tablets can’t clearly pick up the softly spoken personal, heartfelt vows unless the camcorder is placed Obtrusively close to the Ceremony which also spoils the otherwise fabulous High Resolution still shots being taken.

Most couples tend to speak their Heartfelt Vows in a soft intimate voice, so using a Clip-on Wireless microphone ensures the best clarity while the Minister’s Ceremony, Conch Shell Blessing, Flute Blessings & the wonderful sound of the ocean is picked up perfectly with an Audiophile quality microphone. We highly recommend covering up this mic or any other obtrusive gear that needs to be placed in the Ceremony view with a mix of tropical flowers & foliage.

One consideration that seems to get overlooked with every wedding that does not include video is, the Ceremony Audio is often way more precious than most would expect! The Heartfelt vows, the quivering emotional little voice, sniffing back a tear, the relief of the “I do’s”, not to mention when couples have worked out special things to say adding to the vows and making truly a “one of a kind” True Love Story–like this Amazing line – “I only wish I could kiss you for each time my heart beats”. Wow, that’s sure to raise the bar for the ‘Romantically Challenged!’

Also consider whether you would like to have your otherwise grand professional pictures of the darling wedding couple with the priceless Destination Island views sort of ‘compromised’ by having a bevy of camera toting guests in the picture!

Oh sure, it’s cute to have Auntie Eagle-Eye workin’ a tablet video camera only to be forever captured as a headless wedding embodiment… just an iPad with a body in every picture at just about every camera angle – This is highly distracting. Hire a professional wedding videographer and let All your loved ones enjoy your Destination Dream Wedding on the Beach… and get better still shot photography as well!

A lot of still shots will capture all the honorary guests, whether or not they are hiding behind a camera or worse, the huge tablet video camera. If you would rather see their lovely faces instead of ‘camera holding human tri-pods’… Let your guest know they should take only an occasional shot & not stand there the entire ceremony behind a camera.

Be very aware of what the ‘not cheap’ Professional Photographer is shooting at so as not to compromise otherwise priceless pix with a highly distracting ‘Scene Killer’ view of an amateur videography “artist”.

It’s fine to have a loved one shoot video, but they need to become more of a ‘Camera Crew’ & less of a guest in attendance. They will need to coordinate their shots with the Professional Photographer – this way they both get great shots.

When getting both video and still shot photography, inquire about having a Photo Fusion Video created from the enhanced High Resolution wedding Highlight images. With professional high-res pictures, you can draw focus to inspiring details by zooming in, then out and panning… The moving picture that is created is a very unique production that brings great still shots to an even greater perspective. These Photo Fusion Videos can be edited into the regular video to create a longer version of the main wedding video, but often both the main wedding video and the photo Fusion Video stand on their own perfectly well. When showing these at a reception, it is best to have two shorter videos than one big one since attention spans decrease exponentially with each drink!

If at all possible, scout your perspective wedding locations beforehand at the same time of day as the wedding will be. The best video camera angle will be ‘the sun’s view’ so that the subjects are being nicely lit by the sun that’s close to directly behind the video camera. You’ll want to take note how the background looks with these considerations. Most people choose a great sunset beach for their wedding expecting glorious off shore views as the background of the video, but on west-facing beaches the video would then be pointing directly AT the sun with the wedding party subjects reduced to just dark shadows contrasted with an overblown sun that hasn’t set yet. With photography you can use powerful flashes shot closer up and heavy Photoshop to tame the brights & bring out the shadows, but most wedding Videos don’t normally use big production flood lights to spoil the romantic vibe and aggressive highlight/shadow modifications to video can easily add un-desirable side effects; so it is imperative that the video camera is positioned with the sun close to directly behind it.

Another aspect of wedding videos that is certainly overlooked is the Aerial Videos with remote-controlled un-manned ‘quad-copters’. This is still very new but rapidly gaining popularity. The main reason for having a destination wedding is because it’s so beautiful. Still shots and ground video capture the intimate close up detail of the wedding party and their view of the wedding site’s natural beauty, but the ‘Jaw Dropping’ Awe-inspiring views from above are breathless! The ‘quad’ can elegantly fly smoothly by the wedding party and rises to expose the dynamic beauty of the shoreline with rocky outcrops and clear turquoise water. These flying camera views are for the most part ‘never seen before’ and the real helicopters would not be able to get in that low to people.

If you hire a professional photographer that is there to capture every emotion and offer lots pictures there is no need for a beautiful wedding party to morph into a presidential press release event; just make sure your photographer will be shooting and offering ‘many to all’ the pictures taken to include something for everyone. Plus, most technically hip photographers offer to post the highlights on Facebook right away so this should take care of everybody in the wedding party trying to take their own pictures to post on Facebook. Let the professional photography pick out the highlights and apply the standard enhancements and post to Facebook, the entire wedding party is encouraged to jump in and tell all their friends by sharing the wedding highlights.

All of these tips are highly recommended to consider before hiring your destination wedding photographer and videographer. You can certainly have all of these amenities for a fraction of the cost that you would previously imagine. The average cost of a US wedding is over $30,000.

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December 30, 2014 |

Why Hire Professionals to Do Your Wedding Videography by William B Cotter

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Couples who are about to get married will always want the best things that they can get for their wedding celebration. No matter how tight the budget is, they will always look for great services that their money can buy. Sometimes, they will resort in finding the best alternatives in order to get the services that they want for their wedding. This is good because one way or another, everything that the couples have wished to happen for their wedding will come true.

However, there are services that you can get that are better done the professionals rather than getting an alternative. One of the services that you should have done in their hands is your video coverage. It is easy to just to get a video in the wedding but professionals can do it the best and make it more cinematic. Experts have their own magic on how to turn a simple video into something that is more than what you have asked for.

Many couples really want to have their own videos. However, wedding videography can be a little expensive. Despite the price, here are some of the reasons why you should be hiring a professional to do the job for you.

They have the best tools to capture quality images. They know their equipment well. Therefore, they can manipulate it well to get the most important scenes.

They know what shots to take. Since they have covered the weddings before, they have vast knowledge on capturing the most important moments in this special occasion. Their experience can contribute well in making the best show there will be for a wedding.

They have the right tools for video editing which they use to add effects on it. They can use it well and know the right things to add on the videos so that it will look smoother, cinematic and organized.

They take instructions very well. They are artists too like designers. They can make their output reflect much of what the couples have in mind and use all tools to have the best outputs there will be.

They will surely not be lazy in doing the job because they make sure that they will keep an eye on the celebration at all times in order to capture those special moments. It is not an easy job but you can see them working all the time.

The process of capturing the videos is systematic. They know what their boundaries are in the wedding, meaning they have work ethics. They also have groups of people to make sure that everything needed will be furnished. Their tasks are divided making it like a real movie production.

Your wedding videography is not a simple thing to do when you want it to be extra special. If you have the budget for it, there is no compromising the quality. It is indeed better to leave it in the hands of the professional. After all, you will not be choosing them unless you have seen their samples.
Summary

If you have the budget, hire the right people to make your videos. It will all be worth it and, they have every magic trick to make the most amazing effects on them.

Bill Cotter is an author about phoenix wedding photographers. Bill writes about wedding photography phoenix for http://www.memoriesputtomusic.com.

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October 7, 2014 |

Why Wedding Videographers Are So Important by Arvel harris

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Wedding videographers provide wedding video services and will go around your wedding event filming and recording the proceedings for posterity. Often the wedding video services are provided by the wedding photographers and these two services are merged. While most people get wedding photography though, not everyone gets wedding video services and this is a real shame as it means that they will not be able to see in as much detail what happened on their big day when looking back.

Wedding videography is an important service for anyone getting married and is something that everyone should invest in. While pictures can be beautiful and nostalgic to look back on, they don’t tell a story in quite the same way as videos where you get to see your family and friends dancing and talking and drinking together – where the crazy dancing is actually captured, where you get to see their expressions and their mannerisms and where you get far more of a ‘feel’ for the event.

When you go on holiday chances are that you will take hundreds of photos of the view off the top of a mountain hoping to capture the feeling of being so small and at awe of nature, but when you get back these photos won’t tell the story as they can’t really capture the scale or the feeling. Try instead taking a video of that same scenery and pan up and down or left and right and you will notice that this does a much better job of capturing what it’s like to be there. Likewise then with wedding viedographers this way you will get to feel what it was like to be there, to hear the music and the laughter, to see how busy it was, and what the moods were like when people weren’t posing for photographs. This is the best way to truly relive the experience.

In some cases though you won’t just be reliving the experience – but living it. You will get to see what you looked like from an outside perspective and whether you were wearing your best three piece suit or a long white flowing dress then this is something you will likely want to witness. Likewise you get to see the friends and family mingling when you were too busy cutting the cake or had your attentions drawn in every direction. It allows you to see the things you might have missed and to enjoy the whole experience over again.

And it’s highly important that you do live this over and have a record as it is probably the only time that all your friends and family will be in one place. Birthdays and other events are never quite as important in the eyes of guests, and it’s only for weddings that your family will travel from miles around to come and see you. Many of these people might have travelled from other countries, or from across the country at least. At the same time some of them you might lose contact with, so it’s important to take this opportunity to make a record of everyone together and happy lest it never happen again. You will be glad that you did.

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October 7, 2014 |

The Importance of Wedding Videography by Christopher Figueroa

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If you are solely planning on hiring a photographer to capture the magical moments of your wedding, you may want to think twice after reading this.

Wedding photography certainly has its perks. A photographer can record a kiss, a hug, or even a smile as a beautiful image forever cemented in time. For this reason, couples feel that pictures are all that is needed to document their perfect day. However, pictures are only stills of a single point in time. They are one-dimensional and lacking any back-story or sound. To truly capture a momentous occasion like a wedding, videography is the key.

In the past, prospective customers frequently looked down upon the wedding videography industry. Particularly with the rise of video in the 1980’s and continuing into the 1990’s many wedding videographers produced poor work and offered even worse customer service. Such videographers contributed to the development of a stigma that was attached to the industry as a whole. Due to the fact that wedding videography, invented in 1980, was such a new industry, there was a lack of quality control and hence sub par work. Those in charge often performed so poorly because they hadn’t yet formulated a proper approach to treat video as well as their customers.

All of this changed in the beginning of the 21st century. With the start of the 2000’s came in a new wave of wedding videographers, with a different approach to creating the wedding video. Today’s videographers no longer see a couples’ wedding day as just another gig, but rather the opportunity to film a family documentary. Videographers of this era recognize that a wedding is the one special day where 200 people from two different families come together, perhaps for the first time, to celebrate the union of their loved ones. Therefore it is important to the videographer that he or she chronicles the first kiss, the father and daughter dance, and even the surprise guest who travels hundreds of miles to be at their families’ wedding along with all of the other special moments that may occur.

That is why wedding videography should not be ruled out simply because there will be a professional photographer present at the wedding. Photography and videography offer different aspects of documenting an occasion. Wedding videos chronicle the entire story in moments instead of single framed images. When a crowd circles around a groom and his father-in-law as the two exchange jokes and laughter occurs, a photographer can only document the smiles or the crowd. A videographer will make the crowd, the joke and the laugh all visible and audible for the couple’s family to watch on video for years to come. Wouldn’t it be a pleasure for a couple’s children to see their parents’ wedding and be able to relive the moments as if they were actually there?

It is the role of a professional wedding videographer to know just when such moments will occur. A modern experienced videographer is seasoned to anticipate when a spontaneous and exciting moment during a wedding will occur. He or she knows that it is recounting those moments along with the standard events like vows and dances that will make their customers happiest. The goal of the videographer is to tell the tale of a special occasion, while offering those other dimensions that photography can’t, like sound, motion, story and spontaneity.

Christopher Figueroa is the owner of Chris Fig Productions.

 

October 7, 2014 |

Memories for a Lifetime: Wedding Videography by Classicinvitations

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Event videography, such as shooting weddings, requires more than basic video production knowledge. It also requires having a good eye, being spontaneous, courteous and thinking on your feet. Planning to shoot a wedding video on a small budget? Here are a handful of tips.
When you start to shoot a wedding video you have to be prepared to work all day without a break! Shooting weddings requires active participation because there will always be something to shoot, whether it’s the ceremony itself, cutaways, family and friends’ speeches and the reception. Everything happens at a lightning pace and you can’t miss any of it.
Locations
At least the day before, visit the location where the wedding will take place. The most convenient time is usually during the wedding rehearsal. This is when you’ll get an idea of where everyone will be standing. It’s always helpful to meet the wedding coordinator so that he or she may assist you with the details, such as exact times and order, wedding party placement, wedding length, reception set up, etc.
When you’re visiting the location(s), locate places to set up the camera(s), location of the power sockets; look at the lighting condition, especially where the wedding party will be standing; how will everyone fit into frame? Will you need to bring lights just in case? How large is the room?
Think about how and where you’ll be connecting and placing your audio. Will you be using lapel microphones? A digital recorder? Is the location able to record audio on a separate disk for backup? You may also choose to use the audio from a static camera up front just in case. Does the location have any rules that may restrict your ideas? Plan for the unexpected.
Equipment
Make a checklist of everything you’ll need and make absolutely certain you have everything ready to go: camera(s); blank tapes (about five for each camera), film stock, etc.; additional lens; tripod(s); BATTERIES (plan to bring extras if you have them); audio equipment; lighting; etc. If you’re shooting with more than one camera, now is a good time to make sure all the cameras are set on the same settings: aspect ratio, fps, gamma, etc.
You’ll need to white balance each camera on location once they’re set up. However, if you need to move a camera around during the service, you may want to set the white balance on that camera to automatic.
If this is a multi-camera shoot, you’ll also need an additional camera operator or two to help you on the day of the wedding. Work out their pay or any bartering services beforehand.
Camera and Placement
To get the best shots possible of the wedding ceremony, it’s best to have at least two or three cameras (preferably the same brand all set on the same settings!). To save the camera’s battery power for the reception, bring a couple of extension cords to use during the ceremony. Since the camera(s) will most likely be on a tripod during the ceremony versus the reception, this is the best time to save your battery power.
The following is a basic camera setup plan for a wedding service and will certainly differ depending on the actual location. Remember, use your eye to get the best angle and composition:
Set a camera up in the back, preferably at a higher angle where no one can block the frame (for instance, from the balcony). The closer to the center aisle, the better. This camera should be able to capture the entire wedding party and perhaps even the guests. You may choose to keep this as a master shot and/or a static shot; however, you may also want to also use this camera to zoom in during key points.
Set another camera at about a 45-degree angle from the front on either side, either facing the bride or groom. This camera should be able to capture special highlights of the service up close and the entertainment, if any.
If possible, another camera should be placed in the front, except facing the bride and groom from the other direction – perhaps even an OTS (over-the-shoulder) shot of the minister or priest. This shot works great for the seating of the parents, bride and groom’s vows and any close-up reaction shots. If you position this camera right, you shouldn’t be able to see another camera/ camera operator in the shot. Try zooming in – this camera should always have an operator.
You don’t necessarily have to keep one camera static the entire time, but if you feel you should, choose the camera that frames the widest shot. You can rely on the camera that has the widest shot because it will be able to capture the important points taking place. When you edit, if the other shots from the other cameras aren’t what you want, you can cut to this shot for backup.
If you’re using more than one camera, come up with a simple game plan with the other camera operators. For instance, see to it that they only capture close-ups while you shoot the pans and zooms and any other shots.
Cutaways
Cutaways work great when using them creatively. Think: “Shoot to edit”. You can never have enough cutaways, which saves you in post. Cutaways may be used as montage sequences during opening/closing titles, mattes, establishing shots, DVD menu and labels and transitions.
You’ll definitely need cutaways from both the wedding ceremony and the reception. Therefore, plan to shoot the cutaways of the ceremony right before the wedding. If possible, use a separate tape from the one the service will be recorded on. You certainly don’t want to run out of tape during the service! For the reception, shoot cutaways before the reception and in between the highlights.
Some cutaway shot ideas include: flowers and bows on the pews, exterior of location with sign–perhaps with cars pulling up, water fountains, wedding cake, candles at the wedding service or center pieces at the reception, wine glasses, crowd mingling/eating/entering, etc. Cutaway shots don’t necessarily have to be static; you may use pans and tilts, zooms, etc. Don’t overuse any one of them though!
Things to Keep in Mind
Know what’s expected of you – Depending on the agreement you’ve set up with the bride and groom, what to shoot will determine the plan they’ve arranged beforehand. Make sure you know what they want before you begin shooting. This may save you lots of footage, energy, space and time, especially when you’re editing! A basic package plan some videographers set up usually includes just the ceremony and the highlights of the reception. However, if the package is extended, this could include additional footage, such as the bride and groom getting ready, a slideshow, after party, etc. It’s up to what they want when deciding what to shoot.
Dress appropriately – Button-up blouses, dress shirts, slacks and comfortable dress suits are preferable. You’ll be doing a lot of moving around, kneeling and bending so wear comfortable dress shoes.
Work well with others – Get to know all the vendors who’ll be helping out with the wedding: wedding coordinator, photographer, DJ, musicians, singers, etc. Everyone needs to work together and these people can help you. Making good relationships can also lead to networking and future opportunities. If there’s a wedding photographer, ask him or her if you may use some of their photos for a video slideshow.

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October 7, 2014 |

How Interviews for Wedding Videography Should be Done by Bill Cotter

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Interviews have helped us in many ways. In news casting, it has helped news reporters to communicate to their viewers what the real issue is in controversies that concern the public. In hospitals, doctors and other health care providers are able to trace the causes of illness among clients who seek professional health to cure their health problems. Researchers are also able to get their raw data through interviews and they become an integral part of their studies that can help them create a conclusion. These things may only be sets of questions but they can uncover many truths and many stories from different people that can affect their lives.

In weddings, an interview can also be part of the celebration. Well, it will not contribute to changing the world or cure illnesses but definitely, it is something that can tell the world how love stories come to their happy endings. It is also a way of letting the guests (especially those who are close to the bride and groom) express their best wishes for the couple. It may not be something that can contribute to world peace but it is something that can tell people how successful love stories are made. And this is done through a wedding videography.

This may be difficult to do especially on the wedding day because people will be very busy chitchatting with their friends. Some may be too busy helping out on the wedding. The bride and groom might be too busy entertaining the guests and focusing on their programs. However, the person who is tasked to do this job must know the right timing in order to get the job done. He or she may interview the couple days before to tell their stories in a different venue. It is important that prior to any interviews questions are already laid out to have spontaneity in the conversation. You also have to prepare questions that are asked in the right way, nothing too offensive and nothing too personal. Questions should be directed about the couple and highlighting their best moments and admirable challenges. Bottom line is every question should be asked with tact and they must be interrelated with each other. Remember, an interview for this activity has a goal. The interviewer must have control and must make sure to get the best parts of their story.

This is not done to sugar coat their love story in a wedding videography. It is also better for people to hear stories wherein they can smile and believe in love again; not to be gasped and to be disappointed with the awful truths in every relationship. This is because their stories and the good things about it, which has brought to this special moment, what makes weddings magical and happy. It is sacred and people who joined there did not come to witness or see the bitter part of every relationship.

In addition, when it comes to guest interviews, the interviewer should also ask them randomly, particularly the most important persons in their lives. He or she need not to ask all them. To make it more exciting, it should be quick and lively. That way it can be more fun and spontaneous as well.

Summary

Try to do this when taking videos in a wedding. It can have an amazing impact on the guests. In addition, greetings from the heart can reach the couple, as it will focus the person. Just remember, to plan it, have a flow and be tactful.

Bill Cotter is an author about wedding photography phoenix. You can find more information about phoenix wedding photography by visiting http://www.memoriesputtomusic.com.

 

October 7, 2014 |

What to Look For In High-Quality Wedding Videography by Hector Castaneda

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There are some days in a person’s life that are more special than other days. One of the most important and memorable days in anyone’s life is the wedding day. To capture that special day, couples often turn to video production services. When it comes to Wedding Videography New York couples want high-quality services that are reliable and dependable. But what should couples look for when it comes to wedding videography?

As mentioned above, when it comes to wedding videography New York couples (and those who live in surrounding areas) demand high-quality and reliable service. The wedding, and all that goes with it, is not something one can repeat if mistakes happen. For this reason, couples must rely on video production companies that know what they are doing and have the expertise to ensure that everything goes perfectly.

Turbo Productions Pty Ltd is one such company that couples have been turning to for years when it comes to capturing the events of their special day. Turbo Productions offers a variety of packages of wedding videos in New York. These packages are designed to meet any need and budget. Here are the highlights of two of their most popular wedding videography packages.

The standard package includes up to five hours of coverage. One highly skilled wedding videographer will capture the entire wedding ceremony as well as congratulations and family photoshoot. The videographer will then return for the wedding reception, capturing the Introductions, Speeches, Cake Cutting and First Dance (if timing allows).

With this package, the final product includes two fully edited DVD’s which generally run from between 1.5 to 2 hours. These DVD’s are not copy protected meaning if you need more than two copes, you can burn more by using simple computer options that are already on most modern computers. And unlike some wedding video services that only provide the actual ceremony and then some montage clips of the rest of the event, Turbo Productions offers its customers the entire ceremony, the bridal party reception introductions in full, the speeches in full, cake cutting in full and first dance in full.

Turbo Productions also offers its valued customers a Deluxe Package. When it comes to wedding videography, New York couples sometimes want more than the basic package described above. When this is the case, the Deluxe Package is the way to go.

The Deluxe Wedding Videography Package includes up to the ten hours of coverage. With this package, one wedding videographer will begin coverage starting with the bride and groom preparations (split time). A videographer will then continue to follow the couple throughout the day for a maximum of ten hours. Additional hours are available by request. All of the camera work performed by Turbo Productions is conducted in a cinematic style using the latest DSLR technology.

With the Deluxe Package, the final product includes five fully edited DVD’s which normally run between 1.5 to 2 hours. One edited HD Blu-Ray Disk; this is the same content as the DVD but in higher quality. The package also includes one leather presentation folio, a one-song highlights montage, and online video sharing of highlights video.

To learn more about wedding videography, New York couples can visit the Turbo Productions website for complete details.

 

 

October 7, 2014 |

Essential things to consider when hiring a wedding videography expert by Merle Kline

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In today’s time, the couples are not satisfied with just having photographs on the wedding day. Most couples want to have a wedding videography that they can watch in times they want to revisit their wedding day. The photographs alone sometimes are unable to capture the moments as well as the emotions, compared to videos. With the advancement of technology, a lot of couples want to have video on their wedding day. Personal camcorder is used by couples who have a very limited budget, but it results to poor quality video. If you choose professional wedding videography, you will have the best video ever. The videographer has the appropriate equipment as well as professional staff to commercially produce videos.
They also make use of several softwares to ensure the quality of the video. Most of the professional videographers are using special editing software. It is used to create different styles. The equipment they use is portable. They can bring it on the wedding ceremony. People who have the gift of artistic talent prefer to hire major wedding videography professionals. Such professionals do not only produce wedding videos, they also cover various events like birthdays, engagement and many more. Wedding videographers are members of the videography elite team, meaning they are professional and highly experienced to do videography on different types of occasions. This is basically the reason a lot of people want to study videography.
Choosing a wedding videographer can be a daunting task. A lot of couples take their time to look for a person who is qualified to do the job. It is essential to book in advance prior to the exact wedding date. As you know, most weddings are held on weekends. Wedding videographers are always fully booked. Ideally, the wedding videography service is charge per hour. Included in the quote of hours are the time needed to edit the video footage. It will basically depend on the style requested by the couple. The rates of the wedding videographers vary depending on their reputation and length of stay in the business. However, if you are on a tight budget, you can always negotiate the fees. Always ask for samples of previous work. This way you will be able to assess whether the videographer is competent or not. This is one way of making sure that you always get what you paid for.
It would also be helpful if you are going to organize a consultation session with several wedding videographers. They will be given a chance to show the samples of their works as well as provide information, so that they will be able to provide you with the rough cost. The amount of time needed to edit the video plays vital role in determining the cost of the videography. The more complicated styles you choose, the more expensive it will be. Therefore, the videographer should have different samples on every style of videography. They will also provide a list of the cost depending on several factors. You can also ask the videographer to itemize the equation, so that you will know the breakdown of the fees.
Wedding is a once in a lifetime dream. Therefore, it would be helpful if you choose the best wedding videographer to handle the wedding event. Most couples want to have a Blu-Ray copy of the wedding event. With the advancement of technology, the professional videographer can utilize various ways on how to improve the quality of video. The budget is one of the important factors that you need to take into account. After all you always get what you paid for. So, make sure to cut down other wedding cost and give emphasis on hiring highly reputed wedding videographer.

Wedding Videography

Videography can be of any type and has many subdivisions. Wedding Videography is one very popular division. The scope in this particular area of photography is very high making it a lucrative option for business.

 

 

October 7, 2014 |

ART OF WEDDING VIDEOGRAPHY by priyanka23

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Wedding videography is the documentation of a wedding on video. The final product of the documentation commonly called a wedding video is also being referred to as a wedding movie or a wedding film. Wedding video has grown in recent years to encompass myriad video production offerings.
Wedding videography is the state of the art equipment to enhance your wedding videography on the most important day of your life, your wedding day. it is also important to capture the ENTIRE wedding day and night to make the results as creative as possible.

Wedding is one of the most pleasant and memorable events of life. It is once in a lifetime event. This is the day which is remembered for years to come. You spend a significant amount of time planning for this day. Then you find that the event is over and what you are left with is all your memories of the day.
Every time you think about it, you start living those moments again and again. This is the time you realize why it is so important to have a professional videographer on that special day to capture those magical moments of your wedding. These people capture and create the unforgettable images and video that will be treasured for years to come.
Wedding videography can trace its roots back to before the advent of the modern video camera. DURING the weddings of friends and family these film cameras were limited by their short load times for the film due to high cost of processing and the fact that majority of them could not record sound to the film. With the introduction of the camcorders wedding video documentation evolved from something for the rich or celebrity into something for the masses.
The early days of professional wedding videography were primitive at best. As Cameras required bright lights, had fuzzy pictures, poor color saturation and mono audio recorded with cheap microphones that didn’t reproduce good audio quality. The cameras were bulky with the camera being a separate unit that connected to the video recorder via a cable. Many wedding videos weren’t edited in post production and those that were, were primitively edited at best, usually just removing the mistakes. So this was a major problem with camera. Each time you recorded the video to a new tape, it caused errors to build up and picture and sound to degrade.

Wedding Videographers began to get organized behind regional and national organizations, with this realization the manufacturers began to listen to the wedding and event videographers and introduced products that specifically met the needs of this niche market.
With the evolution of digital cameras wedding videography had impeded. The cameras were small, mobile, worked even better than the already good analog cameras on the market in low light situations and allowed the videographer to be discreet and not an intrusion on the events.

The next revolution in post production of BC wedding video was the introduction of the burnable DVD which removed most of the problems caused by copying multiple generations of the same video image. Videos were now able to be recorded digitally, edited digitally and delivered digitally. The resulting product when properly done could look as good as the most expensive Hollywood productions.
Now Wedding Videography had exploded beyond being just the documentation of weddings. The majority of Wedding Videographers were adding the additional term of Event to their description of services, so it is now Wedding and Event Videography. New offerings like Love Stories, Photo Montages, music videos, family biographies and such appeared. Anniversaries, Bar and Bat Mitzvahs, graduations, etc were also being documented in large numbers on video. The skill levels of the industry had progressed, post production took on. Video Journalistic style is typically described as a documentary of the event. Segments are edited as they occur to preserve continuity

Now the wedding videography industry captures and edits the dramatic effect and mood. It is usually presented with a particular style and effect. Storytelling a video that relies on sound bites recorded pre, during or in post, usually from the bride and groom. These sound bites are then added to the audio track for dramatic effect and to push the story of the day forward.
Wedding videographers are not limited to using just one of these styles, you can find different amounts of styles in every video.

The DVD shows the couple and/or the parents on camera inviting viewers to the wedding and reception. The DVD is usually produced by the same videographer who films the wedding and may include footage from a Concept Video. The final bc wedding video DVD shows the highlights of the ceremony and reception. Highlights videos may be uploaded to YouTube and other social networking websites.
There are basically two types wedding video productions you can choose from. One is a documentary type production; the other is more of a cinematic type production. The documentary type wedding video delivers just as it states, your wedding day as it happened, in real time. Editing is minimal. The wedding video videographer will shoot the events as they happen and deliver a tape/DVD that will allow you to view your day as it happened. Very little editing is involved. These types of productions are normally less expensive and can be delivered in only a few days after the wedding.

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