FAQs

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Why should I hire a videographer? I have a friend with a camcorder.

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Having a friend or family member videotape your wedding is fine for some. The main difference that a professional brings is great video and audio quality, numerous angles and a nicely edited finished product on digital file, Blu-Ray, or DVD. Consider the difference between typical home movies and professional television. That's the difference.

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If I have a photographer, do I still need video?

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Photography is essential to preserving wedding memories. But, videography captures 24 pictures every second and the audio that follows. Can you relive your vows with a photo? We work side-by-side with photographers and never interfere. We focus on getting the best shots in the most unobtrusive way possible. We're here to cover your special day, not become a focus of it. 

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What does ‘professional’ mean?

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Great question! You'll likely find a number of "professional" video companies, these days. With the price drops in video technology over recent years, many people can buy afford a professional DSLR, or large sensor, camera and claim to be professionals. Sometimes, that's like buying a really nice car and claiming to be a professional driver. Look for experience and training. Look at previous examples of work. Examine the framing of shots, video and audio quality. The professionals will stand out above the rest. Click on 'About' in the top menu for my background in media production.

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I need help with a video service that isn’t listed on your services page.

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Contact us. Chances are, we can handle your request. If we can't do it for you, we'll tell you who can.