Busted! Don’t Believe These Three Wedding Videography Myths!
Your wedding day is a momentous occasion for the entire family. So, to ensure that all the beautiful rituals are captured for future generations to enjoy, it’s essential to enlist the services of an experienced wedding videographer.
However, there are many myths and misconceptions associated with wedding videography. Often, these myths discourage people from working with a videographer, which results in the couple not having professional film footage of their big day.
To help you separate fact from fiction, Fresh Canadian Content Wedding Cinematography has debunked three of the most widely believed myths about wedding videography.
Myth 1: Photography is enough.
This myth exists due to couples either thinking that they’ll realistically never watch their video again, or that they don’t think videography is a good use of wedding resources. Videography is one of the top three regrets of couples after the wedding day- just ask a couple that didn’t get it! Couples also often confuse the old-school, cheesy videography with modern cinematic videographers, which is a mistake.
Myth 2: Having a videographer is something you can decide about at the last minute.
This myth is due to people feeling that videography is only something they should get if their budget permits it. The fact is, by deciding early, you can get the best selection of options and pricing. However, if you wait till the last minute, it usually means that you only have the choice of videographers that haven’t already been booked, which could mean compromising on quality. Most videographers are full up a year in advance for popular dates, so booking a videographer when you book a photographer is highly recommended.
Myth 3: Wedding videos are boring; I’ll probably only watch it only once.
Will you only look at your wedding photos once? Will you only ever look at the cards and signatures of your wedding day guests once? Will you only try to remember the speeches, your first dance and parent dances only once? Remember that photography only gives you a still moment in time, whereas video gives you sound as well. What you say and hear on the wedding day are some of the most priceless aspects of the experience, and only videography can give you that.
If you’re looking to steer clear of these myths, reach out to Fresh Canadian Content Wedding Cinematography. We have been offering award-winning wedding videography from as little as six-hundred dollars for discerning couples in Canada since 2004.
Our strong network of wedding videographers across Ontario and Alberta are candid, friendly, and are always open to personalizing the perfect setup for clients.
We serve clients across Airdrie, Ajax, Banff, Barrie, Brampton, Calgary, Cambridge, Canmore, Sherwood Park, Spruce Grove, St. Albert, Stony Plain, Strathmore, Toronto, and Vaughan, to name just a few places.