Steps To Professional Video Coverage Of Your Wedding Day
Although everybody can ably take videos of anyone, not everyone can take wedding videos. A wedding video is supposed to capture essential moments at the right time. It is supposed to record emotions such that anyone viewing the video relates to the event. In short, a wedding video must serve as an accurate record of the event. With these qualities in mind, it pays to look for a videographer that not only knows how to take videos but how to capture a ceremony onto a DVD.
Do not just book an appointment and wait for the videographer to appear on the wedding day. Speak to him. Try to find out about his experience. How many wedding videos he had taken, the caliber of wedding and his equipment.
Ask about his contingency plans.
Has he got a second camera, in case the first one fails?
Arrange for an inspection of his camera.Do they look modern?
Does it produce sharp videos?
Let him show you his previous shots. View them to see if they have any flaws.
Do you like his angle?
Does he capture essential moments?
Poor lighting can make the best of videos look bad. Discuss his lighting equipment.Are they bright?
Are they tall enough to provide illumination for a wide audience?
Does he come with a lighting man experienced enough?
Talk about his microphone.Are they of the highest quality?
Does it provide quality sound or they crack?
Does he have remote control microphones that can give to the MC and still capture the sound on his camera?