Unless you and/or your partner are against it because you don’t want to break from the tradition of seeing each other for the first time on your wedding day at the ceremony, then we highly recommend doing a first look. In fact, we recommend doing any and as many that make sense, such as one with the bride and her dad, in addition to the one between the newlyweds-to-be. Why?
Because the first look often produces one of the most memorable moments of the entire wedding day, not to mention some of the most unforgettable shots and photos. However, like with anything else, there are some things you can do on your end to ensure that it’s as perfect as possible. Read on for a few tips from our NJ wedding videographers to learn about a few.
We get it. If you’re planning a wedding and considering just going with photography and forgoing videography, then you’ve probably already heard most of the major reasons why you should reconsider. Video gives you all the sounds and movements, it’s the only way to truly capture the spirit of the celebration, you’ll miss more moments than you think, etc.
But there’s more to it than that and we’re no just saying that because we happen to be NJ wedding videographers. We’re saying it because it’s the truth. So, for more on the basics check this out, Our Vets of Wedding Videography in NJ Share 3 Reasons Why Your Video Will Be Just as Important as Your Photos, but read on to learn about a few of the reasons you may not have heard of.
No, we’re not jut saying this because we happen to be NJ wedding videographers. The truth is that video really can make a huge difference in your first look moment and how it’s captured. We’re not saying that you shouldn’t get first look photos, either, because you absolutely should, but just that video will give you a completely different story, literally.
Think about it, there are the movements themselves to consider, as one half of the newlyweds-to-be moves closer and closer to the other, anticipation building all the way. Then, there are the sounds, those leading up to the big reveal and the reactions and responses after. So, read on to learn more about the value of video for your first look and how to get the most out of it.
While most newlyweds-to-be know that they need to carefully evaluate and review all their potential wedding videographers’ galleries to ensure that they have an idea of the kind of video they can expect should they decide to work with them, we’ve been doing wedding videography in NJ for long enough to know that many have no idea what to expect beyond that.
Aside from the video itself, they don’t know what they can expect from their videographers in terms of their process and behavior, the kinds of equipment they may be bringing along, how they’ll work with your photographers if you get them separately, etc. So, we thought we’d break it down so that you and your partner know exactly what to expect from your videographers.
We talk about the difference between the power of photos and videos a lot around here, and it’s not just because we do both. The truth is that so much goes into planning any wedding and you’ll want the memories of the day preserved in any and every way possible.
For more on that, check out this post, Our Vets of Wedding Videography in NJ Share 3 Reasons Why Your Video Will Be Just as Important as Your Photos, but there are also a lot of myths and misconceptions surrounding video, specifically, so our NJ wedding videographers figured they’d put their knowledge and experience to work and debunk a few of the big ones.
Let’s face it, while there are still plenty of couples that don’t want their wedding video(s) or photos posted all over the place, which is perfectly understandable, we live in a new day and age. And some couples have embraced some of the new traditions and technologies that have come with it.
For instance, our NJ wedding videographers have been doing their thing for long enough to know that “going viral” has become a specific goal for many newlyweds-to-be when it comes to their videos. It’s just that it’s not as easy as it may sound. So, read on for a few tips if that’s something you want out of your wedding video.
We talk a lot round here about the difference between wedding videos and photos, and that’s not just because we do wedding videography in NJ. They truly are two different worlds in terms of what you end up with and to learn more about that, check out this post, Our Vets of Wedding Videography in NJ Share 3 Reasons Why Your Video Will Be Just as Important as Your Photos.
However, there are also some reasons to seriously reconsider getting a wedding video if you’re leaning towards not that aren’t so obvious nor expected. So, read on to learn about a few of the more surprising reasons to get yourself a wedding video in addition to your pictures.
While we always try our best to build as strong and personal a relationship as possible with every couple we work with, we’ve worked with so many couples in our time in wedding videography in NJ. And while plenty absolutely felt like family by the time their celebration came and went, there were others who we barely got to know.
Getting epic, aerial shots isn’t as hard as it used to be. At one time, you literally had to rent a helicopter to get the kinds of shots that drones can now capture, and they can do it without a pilot. So, should you consider using a drone for your wedding video? Well, our veterans of wedding videography in NJ have some thoughts on the matter.
They know, exactly, what a drone brings to the table and how it can take any wedding video to the next level, but they also know that, just like with anything else, there are some do’s and don’ts to using drones and getting the most out of them. So, read on to learn more.
We all know how amazing a summer wedding can be. When the weather’s right, there’s just nothing like it, but make no mistake, that’s a big if. Our NJ wedding videographers have been doing their thing for along time, so they know full well just how uncomfortable a celebration can become on a hot & sticky summer day.
But have no fear because there are some things you can do even on the hottest and stickiest of summer days to ensure that you look your best throughout your wedding celebration, and in the footage and pictures you get of it.