Wedding Videographers

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      GScott Media
      8 5
      True Artists Studio
      11 8
      Windy City Production
      21 10
      Mackenzie Maeder Photo + Video
      81 15
      Melrose Visuals
      Amu Wedding Videos
      34 8
      Martin Media
      6 3
      Long Light Productions
      8 2
      Future Memory Media
      Captured by SP1
      42 9
      Chicago AMP
      1 5
      Cade Bock Photo & Film Co.
      11 5
      Rimma Panina Videographer
      Complete Weddings + Events Manhattan
      86 4
      AJ Ingoglia Films
      9 1
      Something New Media
      6 11
      Old North Film Company
      8 6
      Big Island Wedding Films
      12 3
      Shining Light Films
      2 3
      Studio d'Essai
      43 11

      There are so many reasons why hiring a wedding videographer is a must. Wedding videographers capture movement and sound and allow you to relive your special day with an emotional film you can watch again and again, and...Read more share with family and friends. Read reviews of wedding videographers to find the right pro to film your nuptials.

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      Your wedding is going to be one of the most memorable days of your life. It's that very special day where you come together with your fiancé(e) and commit to one another in front of friends and family. But it can still be overwhelming and moments can be missed.

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      That's why wedding videographers have become such a cherished aspect of any wedding celebration. Don't believe us? Read 5 reasons you must hire a videographer! Two huge factors are the emotion that can't always be captured by photographs like the toasts or a family member dancing proudly (albeit a bit terribly) on the dance floor, as well as being able to share the day with people who couldn't attend in person. Wedding videography can add so much more in capturing the experience.

      A great wedding videographer will also capture moments that a couple might miss while talking to their friends and family during the reception.

      When it's all said and done, you may want something more than pictures to remember that magical day. While every videographer likely has different packages, you should end up with a high quality video and copies for those who want them.

      Not everyone wants or needs videography for their wedding, and we know it's an added expense; the average cost in the U.S being $1,658 (though it varies depending on location). But if a professional wedding videography is right for you, here are some things to consider when choosing the best videographer.

      Questions to Ask Your Wedding Videographer

      Finding a wedding videographer is much like finding the perfect wedding photographer. And many of the questions that you should ask a wedding photographer can be used with a videographer.

      First things first, do some research before setting up a meeting in person by looking for their social media accounts or website. This will give you an idea of their style and could include other wedding videos.

      Next, find out about their experience. Ask questions like: how long have you been doing wedding videography?; how many weddings do you do per year?; are you available for my wedding day?

      Another good question to ask is if they know your photographer and have worked with them before. This is by no means a necessity, but can be an added bonus. Ask about their camera equipment,if there will be more than one camera or videographer, and if they have shot video at your wedding venue before.

      It is also important to inquire about pricing and packages. Find out how they charge and what's included other than just raw footage. Not everyone needs ten copies with all the bells and whistles, but it's important to know how much money to set aside for your desired results.

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