Choosing the correct wedding videographer is one of the most difficult decisions that a bride and groom will
ever make. After all, the wedding video may be all they are left with once their special day is over.
The evolution of the digital camcorder has resulted in a larger number of people owning a video camera. The ease of the controls such as auto focus and auto exposure have made filming so much easier.
The low cost of buying a reusable memory card has resulted in more people experimenting with their camcorders. Because of this there are so many amateurs out there who have bought a cheap camera and think that it gives them the right to call them selves a wedding videographer. Couples should be aware of such people and should check various things to help them avoid the trap.
One such thing to check is the camera that the so called wedding videographer uses. Ask the wedding videographer what camera he/she uses and then look it up on line. The basic cost will give you an indication of the quality of the footage that will come from it.
Another is to look at their web site for a general feel of the company. Once in the web site look at the portfolio of work. The website should have video samples of every aspect of the day, from the bride and groom getting ready to the first dance. Do not be content with a video reel of highlights from various weddings. Even the worst wedding videographer in the world will probably be able to take snippets of shots and edit them together to make it look good.
Once you established that the videographer's equipment and examples of work are of a high standard, you should arrange a meeting so that you can asses if you feel comfortable with their personality. Remember if you do not feel comfortable with some ones presence, it will be written all over your face.
Once you have established that you feel comfortable with the potential wedding videographer you should then ask about their style of working because wedding video specialists vary in terms of their persistence and therefore potential annoyance. Remember, the last thing you want is an over obsessed videographer that thinks it is his or her right to boss you and your guests around.
Follow these simple steps and you will be on your way to making the correct choice.
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