It can be confusing when you are choosing a videographer for your wedding or any event you might be planning. The average consumer doesn’t even know what to expect or why prices are set at the level that they are set. It can be an expensive endeavor but is well worth the investment.
Before you start your task, you have to prepare and to gather all your wedding photographs and wedding keepsakes, like wedding invitations and greeting cards.
The Baby Got Back wedding. The first big viral wedding video featured the Brubaker’s first dance as husband and wife. What starts out as a sweet slow dance to Unchained Melody abruptly turns into the single greatest dance routine that has ever been set to Sir Mix-A-Lot’s classic dance tune, Baby Got Back. Between the couple’s dance moves, the crowd’s enthusiasm, and the incredibly low cut dress worn by the beautiful bride, this video had viewers hitting the play button again and again. Instant classic!
Make an appointment. ALWAYS. Always meet your videographer in person. A Wedding Videographer in Singapore is pretty easy to reach, considering that we live on a small red dot. Could the videographer answer most of your queries? You must feel comfortable with them and make sure they are not artists with attitude. I’ve heard of horror stories… A professional Wedding Videographer holds customer service in high regards, next to the perfection of their craft.
Wedding Videos are used by widows and widowers to remember the special people who departed. Grieving for a lost love is a difficult process but through videos, you will be in a position to look back and appreciate all the wonderful moments you shared. This will also help you deal with your loss. Instead of looking back with gloom, you will look back with excitement and see the beauty of days gone by. They will inspire you to look for similar memories in the present. This is because what is gone is gone; you still have a life and have lots of love to give. Take time and really think on the kind of love that will be inspired to you by good videos of love. One thing you can be sure of is that when you are feeling low, you will get lifted into something magical.
There’s some power here, but it’s hard to control, so I recommend that you don’t aim them directly at your actors. Bounce them off a wall or ceiling to create a nice soft light. If you want, you can put them outside windows and blast them through the openings. These lights can get hot, so be careful moving them around. I’ve found them as cheap as $10 and can run up to $30. (11/03 I saw an ad for Kragen Auto Parts in LA had them at $10.) They can be found with two heads that makes 1000 watts of lights.
Experience. Every year we see new wedding videographers at the Bridal Expos and Wedding Fairs, and every year we notice that most or all of them don’t return. Everybody thinks they’re a photographer or a videographer these days but there is a HUGE difference between holding a camera or two and having the experience to know what difficulties may arise during a shoot. How long have they been in business?