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Q. I want to remember my wedding for years to come, why is a videographer the perfect option for this?
A. Mark Whitmore says: Booking a videographer is an excellent idea at your wedding as video captures sound, atmosphere and energy.
Wedding videos are no longer the poorly edited and shaky footage seen on You've Been Framed! Like those used by us at BIG DAY Movies, professional movie cameras can capture the day in crisp 4k footage just as good as any Hollywood scene.
What's more, high-end drones can capture any event from angles and heights otherwise unseen – turning your special day into your new favourite movie is a no-brainer!
Mark Whitmore,BIG DAY Movies
Q. We're having a micro wedding with only a handful of guests, why is having a videographer still beneficial?
A. Georgia Gale says: If you're having a micro wedding, not all your family and friends will likely be able to witness you and your partner getting married. This is why it's so important to book a videographer to capture your wedding day on film. Videographers generally offer different packages, so make sure you book one which includes your full ceremony and speeches, this way you can send your wedding video to the friends and family who couldn't attend.
It's also essential for you to have this beautiful movie that you can look back on. Your wedding day will fly by, and a wedding video gives you the chance to live all of the precious moments again, even ones you missed on the day.
If you're unable to have your wedding reception at your micro wedding, you may not want to pay a videographer for a full day, so look out for more bespoke micro wedding deals.
Georgia Gale,Geek Video
Behind the lens
Q. I wasn't going to get a videographer at my wedding, but a few people keep mentioning it. What are the pros of having one on the big day?
A. Andew Cooper says: A videographer is essential for any wedding. When a bride walks down the aisle, she'll be the only one who will never see this moment of herself entering her wedding. A wedding video is the only way she can rewatch it.
When couples have elderly relations at the wedding, think how special it will be to playback your wedding video and seeing them as part of your day when they're no longer around.
I say to couples, when the dust settles after your wedding day, you'll return from your honeymoon to everyday life and your memories will be the only thing you have to treasure. A well-made wedding video offers a much more in-depth look of the special times across your day and the moments you both probably didn't noticed.
Andew Cooper,Stark Weddings
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