Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Videography: From Wedding Trend, to Wedding Necessity

Your wedding comes and goes so quickly. You definitely don't want to forget even the little things! While photography is beautiful and very important in a wedding, a video allows you to see, hear, and relive your the day. By hiring a videographer, you can experience your most special moments again, and even see moments you may have missed on the actual wedding day. Check out these top four reasons why a professional videographer should be a must in your wedding planning:

Don't Miss A Thing - Once the big day arrives, there is always a flurry of activity that makes the day seem to fly by. With so much going on, it can be difficult to savor the special, little moments, like the groom putting on his tux or the bride seeing herself in the mirror for the first time. A good wedding videographer can serve as your eyes and ears while you're celebrating!

Will & Charis - Tulsa, OK from VĂ©los Films on Vimeo.

Get Lasting Quality for Posterity - Let's face it, as advanced as the latest iPhone technology is, it is still no match for a professional. iPhone footage can be shaky, doesn't allow you to zoom, and doesn't pick up sound well. For a video that you will likely show your children some day, you want it to be as high quality as possible!

You make me happy from David Ruzicka on Vimeo.

Let Your Guests Celebrate - If you rely on a family member or friend for video, they likely won't be able to spend much time with you or enjoy the day themselves. Plus, you'll likely hear their laughs, talking, and cheers in the background. Hiring a professional who can devote the day to videography allows you to enjoy the day with the people you love!

Sarah and Allan from Senderey Video Productions on Vimeo.

mike // megan - breakers beach from 618 Studios on Vimeo.
A video is a great way to remember a special toast or moment.

Be a Movie Star for a Day - Worried that a wedding video will just be too cheesy? Gone are the days of ‘80s graphics and clipart. Today’s wedding videos often take a photojournalistic or even a movie trailer approach, integrating current music, interviews with the bride and groom, and comments from family and guests.

dead hearts: The Wedding of Victoria and Jason Evigan from Lightfield Lewis on Vimeo.
A wedding video can have a modern twist so that it reflects your creativity and style.

After watching these wedding videos, having your own is hard to resist! Share the links to your wedding videos with us below.....

Angela & Owen - Same Day Edit // Houston from 31Films on Vimeo.

*Sarah Madonia contributed to this article.

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