8 Things You Didn’t Know About Wedding Videography: Insights from the Pros

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Wedding videography is an essential part of wedding planning, but it’s often an afterthought. Most couples focus on photography, but the video is just as important. After all, a video captures the sights and sounds of your wedding day in a way that photos simply can’t.

Eight Things You Didn’t Know About Wedding Videography:

We asked eight professionals to share their insights to help you plan your best wedding videography. Here’s what they had to say:

1.    It’s worth hiring a professional.

“A professional wedding videographer will have the knowledge and experience to capture your wedding day flawlessly.” “They’ll also have the right equipment to get the job done right.”

2.    You don’t need to spend a lot of money.

“You don’t need to break the bank to get great wedding videography.” “There are plenty of affordable options that will still give you beautiful results.”

3.    DIY videos are fine, but they won’t be the same quality.

“DIY wedding videography is an option if you’re on a budget.” “However, remember that the results won’t be as high quality as if you hired a professional.”

4.    You don’t need a long video.

“Most couples only watch their wedding video once or twice, so there’s no need to make it super long.” “A short, sweet video is all you need.”

5.    Audio is just as important as visuals.

Make sure your videographer uses high-quality microphones so that you can hear everything. “You don’t want to miss any important dialogue.”

6.    You’ll need to sign a contract.

“Before you book a videographer, be sure to read and sign a contract.” “This will protect both you and the vendor.”

7.    Make sure everyone is on the same page.

Sit down with your partner and decide what style of video you want. “Do you want something traditional or more modern? Once you know what you want, it will be easier to find a videographer who can deliver.”

8.    Make sure to get a copy of the raw footage.

“You’ll want to have the raw footage on hand in case you ever want to edit or re-watch your wedding video.”

Conclusion:

Hiring a professional wedding videographer is worth it, but you don’t need to spend much money on one. DIY videos are fine, but they won’t be the same quality as professional videos. Most couples want a short highlights video that they can watch repeatedly, but raw footage of speeches and other important moments is also important. Before hiring anyone, ensure everyone is on the same page about what video style you want.