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Wedding Videos In Singapore

Every couple dream of having their beautiful wedding immortalised with the best wedding videos. When some emotional moments are lost, you can never get them back again nor can you recreate such scenes that could touch even the hardest of hearts.

One example is when the serious and unsmiling father of the bride could turn into a cry-baby right infront of hundreds of guests. One thing to remember though is that it’s not all possible to capture 100% of the wedding.

Even if you have cash to splash, chances are there will be no wedding videographer at the carpark when your wedding cake accidentally goes flat on the tarmac during delivery. See what we mean?

In 2006 only about 50 percent of about-to-be-married brides thought videography was one of the top things to include in their wedding.

After the surveyed brides had gotten married, though, that number climbed to 75 percent—more of them wished they had their weddings filmed. Now it is safe to believe that 100 percent of couples would want to have their wedding capture on video.

 

Videographers For Weddings

Wedding videographers cannot be in the wedding and shoot it at the same time. Shooting a wedding video will take up all his/her time during the wedding ceremony and reception.

Their job is to capture the event so family, friends and future generations can watch the beautiful wedding memories. The best videographers know that they will never ever promise to get every part of the wedding.

It is just impossible to get everything. But nevertheless, they will do their best to capture all the wedding highlights. Most wedding videos will last from 15 minutes to 2 hours in length, depending on the duration of the ceremony and the number of events they have at the reception.

Something to consider too is that; do you love the idea of a five-minute video clip of your wedding? Or do you want to relive every painstaking detail the whole thing?

Quick Tip; Having more than one photographer to be present on the wedding day is a blessing. Consider this, the second photographer offers another unique point of view throughout the entire day that you would not have had photographed or captured in film.

So it is really a blessing when your professional wedding videographer comes with a Team!

 

Wedding Video Ideas

More coming up, we’ll share more tips on video ideas and location for Wedding Videoshoots.

 

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