We talk a lot around here about the importance of getting both a wedding video and photos, and that’s not just because we happen to do both. The truth is that each provides certain elements that the other does not and for more on that, check out this post, So, Do You Really Need Wedding Videography and Photography?
But today’s post is all about the unique allure of video and as longtime NY & NJ wedding videographers, we can tell you that while you can’t hang your video up on your wall, or at least you shouldn’t, there’s also plenty that video and video alone brings to the table. Read on to learn about a few more of the subtle things that only video can capture.
There’s no question that if you choose the wrong videographers for your big day, then your chances of getting a great wedding video will be slim, at best. After all, they’ll be the ones capturing and putting together the story of the day and for more on that, check out this post, Tips for Finding the Perfect Wedding Videographers for Your Big Day, but there’s more to it than that.
First off, this is your wedding we’re talking about here, so you and your partner will be the stars of the show and just as critical to getting a great video as your videographers, but we’ve been doing wedding videography in NJ for a long time now and take it from us, you two and your videographers aren’t the only keys. Read on to learn about a few more.
We talk a lot around here about the importance of getting both photos and video(s) of your big day and that’s not just because we happen to do both wedding photography and wedding videography in NJ. It’s also because each offers something the other can’t. After all, you can’t hang your video up on a wall nor can you get the same impact from pictures that you can from a video.
For more on that, check out this post, So, Do You Really Need Wedding Videography and Photography?, but today’s post isn’t about the importance of getting both. It’s about the specific value that video alone offers, namely in the storytelling possibilities it presents. So, read on to learn why video can capture and then share your story like no other tool or medium can.
There are plenty of questions you should be asking all your potential wedding videographers, and plenty they should be asking you. After all, this is your wedding day we’re talking about here and finding the right people to tell the story of it via video is kind of a big deal, which is why they’re not the only ones whom you should be directing questions to.
Who else? Yourself and your partner, of course. Whether it’s before your initial meetings, just after, or throughout the planning process, there are some questions you should be asking yourselves to ensure that you’ve found the right people for the job, and our NY / NJ wedding videographers know just what they are. So, read on to learn about a few of the big ones.
Yes, finding the right people to make your wedding video will have a lot to do with their talent, skill, experience, and professionalism. There’s no doubt about that. After all, while you, your partner, and all your guests will be the stars of the show, they’ll be the ones determining how to capture and preserve all the day’s memorable moments and memories.
That’s a big responsibility, but that doesn’t mean that their talent, skill, experience, and professionalism are the sole factors that you should be using to make your decision. Take it from us as longtime veterans of wedding videography in NJ, there’s more to it than that. So, read on to learn about a few secrets to finding the best people for your big day.
It goes without saying that the quality and impact of your wedding video(s) and photos will depend largely on the people you choose to capture your big day. Their style & approach, planning & preparation, talent & experience, etc., will all make a huge difference in the results, but take it from us as longtime NY & NJ wedding videographers, they’re not the only ones.
After all, this is your wedding day we’re talking about, and no matter how good the people you ultimately hire are, they won’t be the ones responsible for the genuine emotions and personalities on screen. They’re just the ones in charge of capturing all of that. So, read on for a few tips for ensuring that your personalities shine through in your video(s) and photos.
It’s that time of year again, which means we’ve just gotten notice that we’ve been selected as winners of the 2018 Best of Weddings Award by The Knot once again, and that makes it five in a row! It truly is quite an honor, too, as The Knot has been the nation’s biggest source for all wedding-related news and inspiration for years now.
There’s no doubt that the wedding videographers you choose to capture your big day will absolutely have a huge part in how your video ultimately comes out. Of course they will, but make no mistake, they’re not the only ones, as you and your partner will have a lot to do with the results as well.
We’ve been in wedding videography in NJ for long enough to know that things like the chemistry between you and the way you communicate will be just as important to the quality of your video as their past experience and work. So, read on to learn about a few of the ways you can work with your videographers to ensure that you end up with the video you’ve been dreaming of.
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.