The Benefits Of Filming Your Wedding Video In 4K UHD

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Your wedding day is one of the biggest celebrations of your life as it marks the beginning of a new and beautiful phase. If you plan to cherish the memories from this grand occasion over the years, the quality of the video you choose to record it in is of utmost importance. While hiring a videographer, you may select a resolution of 1080p for your wedding video, but through the years, you may regret your decision.

Over time, as playback technology advances, you may notice that your 1080p video has become blurry and has inadvertently lost its charm. If you want to relive your wedding day through the memories captured on film over the years, you need to go beyond the quality standards of today and opt for a 4K UHD wedding video.

What is a 4K UHD video?

4K UHD (ultra high definition) video represents the size of an image that is measured in pixels. 4K is made up of over eight million pixels, which makes it four times bigger than full HD (1080p). More pixels means that there is a massive improvement in picture quality. Similarly, it means that videos shot in 4K are likely to last longer. As the size of TV screens gradually increase, video quality needs to evolve. That means any content with lower pixels will slowly become outdated and difficult to playback.

Moreover, videos shot in 4K can be reframed during editing without altering the image drastically. Also, more color detail will be captured in 4K, which will radically improve gradual changes, like deep blue skies or other solid colors.

If you are looking to capture your wedding day in 4k, it is imperative that you do your research before choosing a videographer. 4K UHD is the new standard of videography and isn’t offered by all wedding videography companies. Check with your videographer if they are aware of 4K technology and if they can show you past clients’ wedding films shot in 4K.

For leading videography experts in 4K technology, reach out to Fresh Canadian Content Wedding Cinematography. We include 4K options in all our current packages and have a range of options to suit your diverse needs. We introduced 4K video to our services in 2020 to produce modern, cinematic wedding films at a fantastic value. However, if you prefer investing in a wedding video that meets the regular 1080HD resolution, we can also provide you with the same.

As an award-winning wedding videography company, we have the best tools and professionals to produce customized wedding films that suit your individual needs. Our creative network of videographers across Ontario and Alberta are totally candid, friendly, and always open to personalizing the perfect setup that you’re looking for. Our friendly and co-operative workflow allows us to work as a team with you and your other vendors seamlessly. With us, there’s no need to balance your wedding day time between photography and videography. Our unique approach allows your photographers to remain in control while we also capture your day in our own creative and unique style.

We offer wedding videography services to clients across Airdrie, Ajax, Banff, Barrie, Brampton, Calgary, Cambridge, Canmore, Cochrane, Edmonton, Emerald Lake, Fort Saskatchewan, Hamilton, Jasper, Kananaskis, Kitchener, Lake Louise, Leduc, Markham, Mississauga, Newmarket, Niagara Falls, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Oshawa, Sherwood Park, Spruce Grove, St. Albert, Stony Plain, Strathmore, Toronto, and Vaughan.

To book an appointment with us today, please give us a call at 1 (888) 222-0359 or fill out our contact form here, and we’ll get in touch with you. For more information about our wedding video packages, please click here


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