Why should we have a wedding video?
You have put so much time, money, and effort into your wedding and then all of a sudden it is over. One of the biggest regrets from brides these days, is the fact that they didn’t invest in capturing their wedding on video. Either it wasn’t in the budget or it was something that wasn’t a priority during the planning process. A wedding film helps capture the whole day for you to relive each moment, each toast, and even the moments that you weren’t present for. Your video will allow your to WATCH the moments (not just see them) over and over again for many years to come.
Do you travel?
Absolutely! If you are having a destination wedding then all the more reason to have a wedding video. We love to travel and do it quite frequently! We travel quite a bit for weddings and not just for destination weddings. But if you are having a destination wedding, not everyone might be able to travel for your wedding unfortunately, and having a full video of the wedding day will help those experience your wedding that weren't fortunate enough to be there in person.
So it takes 4-6 Months to get my videos back, WHY DOES IT TAKE SO LONG?
After a typical wedding day where we are on location(s) 8 – 10 hours we’ll end up with 300 - 400 Gigabytes of footage, and if it is 4K it's even more. That equates to around 5 -6 hours of continuous footage per camera, 400-600 video clips and 2-3 audio sources. So going through and organizing all of the footage, synching audio to the ceremony and each reception event, putting your wedding footage together to re-create your wedding day, finding the perfect music, color correction and grading all can take up to 60-80+ hours!
How far should we book in advance?
Typically 6-12 months in advance, but really as soon as you have a date. If you’re not the “plan way in the advance" type of guy or gal - no worries. Please feel free to check for our availability no matter how soon your wedding is. We've booked everything from 2 years to 2 weeks!
Will we be able to hear our vows? I’ve seen wedding videos where you can’t hear the bride and groom.
Yes. We use a lapel mic on the Groom to get the clearest, cleanest audio to hear everything you say to each other. That being said, the vows might not be put into each video that is made for the public to see. If this is something you are interested in having, let us know and we will put it in your film for you!