Wedding Videography FAQ’s
Why should I use a Videographer?
Very simply put. Professional, State of the Art Equipment is important and we have that, but most of all, an eye for capturing emotion and the trained eye for the editing is everything! Everybody recognizes good cinematography, and everyone is now accustomed to viewing it on widescreen TVs. Even the best footage needs to be presented in a watchable timeline. Think about any TV show you watch and its timeline.
Will there be bulky equipment?
No. The cameras are very compact. During the ceremony the groom will wear a very small black wireless mic.
How many cameras will you use and how long will you be at my wedding?
That will depend on the package you choose. We will guide you in that selection based on your venue, your budget and the finished product you are looking for in order to have a post production that you will want so share with everyone!
What should I look for in a Videographer?
EVERY videographer has a different style. Spend some quality time and check out the actual movie samples to see if that is the style you are looking for.
What do you mean by "film-look"?
ALL footage is produced to have a "film-look". Film has a nicer, more classic texture and is far superior.
Can I make suggestions for my movie?
Yes. Before your wedding we will meet to go over the details. Having an idea of your personalities is key in order to accurately reflect to two of you. This will be the time we discuss others you wish to include in your film as well.
Are you and your team available for travel?
Absolutely! We will show you some footage of destination weddings we have produced. We can give you a quote including travel.
How do I book you?
We will create a contract for you. A $500.00 retainer fee is required to reserve your date. The balance is not due until 30 days prior to your wedding date.
How long is the finished DVD?
Your DVD menu will have different features: The main Movie will be about 45mins. The Speeches will be full-length (uncut) as a separate option and The Extras features more scenes that you should have.
When will I get my DVDs?
Average post production time varies but will generally fall into a 12-14 week time frame.