A professional wedding videographer will provide you with a special keepsake that you will cherish for a lifetime, reminding you both of your special wedding day for many years to come.
After initial consultations, a good videographer will understand your brief, and on the day will be unobtrusive but experienced at capturing the whole romantic and happy atmosphere of your wedding day. Don't forget that sound is very important too, as is professional editing afterwards, so this is not a task to be taken lightly.
Some videographers also offer a cinematic style approach with the end result looking more like a feature film rather than a digital video. If you would like this approach, then you should talk this through with your videographer.
Here’s some great ideas from businesses offering wedding videography in the North East from places like Newcastle, Sunderland, Durham, Middlesbrough, Tyneside and Northumberland, whom you might want to get in touch with...
Don't forget to mention Your North East Wedding magazine when contacting a wedding videographer.
We caught up with Amelia Jane Read from Amelia Jane Weddings to learn the benefits of having a videographer at your wedding. She says, "Having a videographer at your wedding is an excellent addition to the day. Not only can they capture all the beautiful moments your photographer will, but they also capture movement and sound. Watching your wedding film is such an emotional experience, seeing all the best parts of your day carefully edited together with music, vows and speeches. While a photographer documentsthe crucial moments that you'll want to frame; your videographer will be capturing the mood, atmosphere and things you might have otherwise missed.
Posted: 3 November 2020