Unless you’ve recently gotten married yourself, you may have not realized how big the wedding videography scene has become. “Wedding videography captures the sights and the sounds of your day, evoking a feeling and portraying the day’s emotion”, says The Knot.com. And if old-VHS style home videos come to mind at the mention of wedding videos, that’s clearly not the case in today’s wedding industry. We’re seeing more indie filmmakers turn to wedding videography as a great freelance opportunity, especially in the golden wedding season – typically June to October.
TheKnot.com says that “today’s videographers often use filmic techniques (think flowing compositions, dramatic music, and wide-screen shots) to make the video even more dynamic. Effects that were once prohibitively expensive are now much more accessible, and the results are wedding videos that feel more like feature films than ordinary home videos.” Read more: Wedding Videography: Video’s Hottest Trends – TheKnot.com.
Often, wedding videographers can capture much of a wedding story that can’t be told entirely through photos. And as you’ll see from the video below, well-crafted wedding videos can evoke memories and emotions of a day, even when things don’t go as planned…
Lucky Productions Cinematography tells the story like this: “What would you do if your wedding was cancelled due to a Hurricane evacuation two hours prior to the event? On August 26 this year we traveled to One Atlantic in Atlantic City to film the wedding of Jamie and Brian. What happens next is truly amazing…” Check out the video below or read the full story on Style Me Pretty.
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