(6) · Melbourne and surrounding regions and Mornington Peninsula
Asking these questions can help you find the right videographer for your wedding day.
(25) · Brisbane, Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast, Toowomba & Surrounding Areas
The most important thing you should do is view examples of your shortlisted videographers. Once you have your favourite videographers selected you might want to ask them some of the following:
You also might want to consider checking out their google reviews as this will give you an indication of their expertise and also other couples experience.
Finally, you might consider if you prefer a live stream of your ceremony to allow far away guests to attend virtually or if you just want the recording and edited highlight video.
(1) · Brisbane / Sunshine Coast / Gold Coast
It is important that your videographer is friendly, professional, experienced and capable of using top quality cameras & sound equipment like we do at Stream Machine. Communication is also a key factor, simply let us know what you want, so we can deliver you perfect video package. If you are happy then so are we.
(24) · Sydney and Surrounds
Hey! Here are the top 5 questions you should ask that are a little bit uncommon:
Hope this helps!
Jonty and Sherman
Fable Wedding Films
(6) · Perth
I'd recommend choosing an actual videographer that just does wedding videography. Try to avoid photographers that also 'do wedding videos', this is often an upsell and the work is farmed out to sub contractors who might not capture you what you want on the day.
(6) · Perth and Surrounding Regions, WA - WILL TRAVEL
Here is an article that might help you :-)
(8) · Tasmania
I think it's important to meet your videographer in person or on a zoom call to find out if your personalities mesh. You'll be spending a fair bit of time with this person and my main thing is I want couples to feel totally comfortable enough around me to be vulnerable and open on the day. This is a lot to ask of people and I do my best to make couples feel safe and at ease.
Everyone has different styles though, some are more focused on cinematic footage than the emotions of the couple, so find ask the videographer what turns them on creatively, how they work on the day, are they talkative or quiet, etc.
(20) · Brisbane, Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast
Have a think about what videos you want delivered at the end - Do you want a highlight film, an extended documentary style edit, the full videos of the ceremony and speeches, any drone footage?
Meet or have a call with your potential videographer to figure out if you mesh well. Ask questions about how they go about their work on the day, are they more candid or more posed with their style, how do they record audio, what is their delivery time, what music do they use and if you want to have a say in the songs are they flexible on this? Some logistical questions such as what if they are sick or can't make it on the day, what is their overtime rate if things run late?
Hope that helps!
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