A professional wedding video is one of those little luxuries that often gets sacrificed if you’re trying to cut expense on your wedding budget. If you are deciding whether or not you really need that video, here are some advantages of professional wedding videography:
The quality of the video
The main reason to have a professional wedding video produced is the general quality of the finished product. There should be none of the wobbly or blurred sections that you could expect to get with an amateur video, and a professional videographer will know how best to work with the light and the venue to ensure you always have a clear picture.
A videographer is not a guest
Because you are paying a videographer to film your wedding, you can be sure they won’t get distracted and miss key moments such as the first kiss, the bride and groom’s arrival at the reception, or the bouquet toss. If you ask a guest to do the filming, on the other hand, they will want to socialise with other guests, to eat, drink and generally enjoy themselves. This inevitably means that they will miss some of the events that a professional would capture.
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The magic of editing
Professional editing will really make video footage come to life, rather than just being a documentary style account of your wedding day. Finding the best sections, adding special effects, coordinating the images and the soundtrack, adding strategic photos, and speeding up or slowing down parts of the video will all help to create a magical wedding movie.
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