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Capture The Moment
|What are the benefits of having a videographer at our wedding?
|John Pank says: There's no better way to encapsulate a wedding day than through film, bringing back all those special memories and emotions. Whether shared with those who couldn't attend, shown to future generations or watched back yourselves to reflect on the day, the film will tell the full story of your wedding. You can't always be in two places at once, so we're here to find those subtle moments you might miss in the blink of an eye.
Videographers are discreet when they work; I have a small high-quality kit and have continually developed a great working relationship with the photographers I meet on the day. It's our job to ensure we're out of the way of guests and each other, leaving you to celebrate worry-free.
One of the most common regrets from newlyweds is that they wish they had hired a videographer. So, take a moment to look at your budget, and see if you can make it work to ensure your special day is always there to remember
John Pank, John Pank Videography
|What are the benefits of hiring a videographer for our wedding day?
|Megan Blatherwick says: Your special day is a sacred event, and a wedding film is a perfect way to document the day to look back on in years to come. Videography captures audible moments and timeless memories, such as your mum's tearful words of wisdom before the ceremony or your father's reaction to seeing you all dolled up. These are the memories you'll cherish long after your wedding day, and a video will preserve them forever.
If you ask almost any couple what they remember about their special day, they'll most likely say it all went by so fast that most of it was just one big blur. You'll both be preoccupied, so will inevitably miss out on some moments. By re-watching your wedding videos, you'll be able to see all these special memories and won't miss a thing.
At the end of the day, when the cake is gone, the champagne bottles are empty, and the DJ/ band has gone home, all you're left with are photos and videos. Re-live your day and see everyone's expressions and hear their laughter – this is everything your videographer should offer.
Megan Blatherwick, Memory Box Media