Photography With Your Videographer
Wedding videos should be enjoyable to watch over and over again, so be as
specific about your video as you are about your photos. Remember that your
wedding video will be influenced by your videographer's style and personality,
so make sure that you are comfortable with both before booking someone. Talent,
creativity and skill are the difference between Uncle John's home video and an
artistic wedding video. Be sure your videographer has both.
are the basic questions you'll need to ask when hiring a videographer:
you the videographer who will actually shoot my wedding?
not, can I meet with that person?
is your professional history and style?
you use digital cameras and a digital editing system?
you have demos of your work?
packages do you offer?
much time do you spend in the editing process?
are the time constraints on our wedding day?
will you arrive and leave? What type of lighting capabilities do you have?
I choose my own music?
you put our wedding on DVD and how much are extra copies?
type of deposit do you require to reserve the date?
are the payment options?
is your cancellation policy?
out all the details and make sure your videographer is aware of any limitations
of the location, possible lighting problems and special requests before the
wedding. Be clear with your expectations and you will get exactly what you