Top Wedding Videography Melbourne myths busted Part-1
Well, I have written quite a lot of articles on Wedding Videography Melbourne. In previous articles, I have explained why you must hire professionals to document a wedding. Anyway, last week I spoke to one of my friends who’s wedding coming in the next month. What she told me really surprised me. I mean, she was lost in some ridiculous myths surrounding Wedding Videography Melbourne. Well, I showed her the truth, so she finally booked professionals to capture the big day.
Trust me, when I say! The wedding footage is the best thing you have to revive loving memories and everything happened on your wedding day. Below I am busting myths surrounding Wedding Videography, so you can come out of the frame.
Myth 1: Wedding videos are boring: OK, I am with you if you were referring old-fashioned wedding videos. I mean, old-fashioned wedding footage only comprised of music and the video, so somewhat boring. Anyway, new technology has now changed the way of wedding footage captured. Nowadays, the footage incorporates speeches, vows, and other sounds captured on the big day. It’s like a telling a story. Also, many styles are there for you to select. These revolutionizing methods of Wedding Videography Melbourne have turned wedding footage into captivating stories full of happiness and smiles.
Myth 2: Wedding photo album is enough: Some couples think photography is a more artistic piece of work, and Wedding video is just a recording of moments. Well, you can’t compare videography and photography. If one of your friends recorded your wedding, then you can assume it to be just a recording of moments. In the professional hands of Wedding Videography Melbourne, the footage can be heavenly artistic. What about all the sweet moments passing between the photos?
Let me explain this with an example: Let’s think of the bride’s father giving his emotional speech. Old-school videographers captured the speech as it was happening. On the other hand, a photographer can only capture father giving the speech, but can he capture bride’s reaction? No, right? But, how about modern Wedding Videography Melbourne? Father’s speech and reactions of the bride and her mother also can include when editing. You can combine moments in a video. So, what piece of work is more precious? The photo album or the final feature footage? You decide.
Myth 3: Wedding Videos are too long: Well, the length of the wedding footage depends on couple’s likes and dislikes. Some couples want every moment in the footage, and some want just the highlights. According to your likes and dislikes, Wedding Videography Melbourne offers you choices of footage styles: Cinematic, Storytelling, Highlights, Romantic, Emotional, Happy+Fun, Epic, Uplifting, and so on. Again, many packages are there for you to select. The footage duration ranges from 6 hours to 18 hours, so you can select the right package, according to your budget.
Well, you can request Wedding Videography Melbourne a condensed footage to share on social media. Sharing that condensed footage enables everyone to see your wedding leisurely.
Myth 4: Huge Cameras/big Camera crew: Some couples fear huge cameras and a big crew, so they don’t hire videography companies. Well, the world is developed now, so we have compact professional DSLR video cameras. Those cameras are lightweight and small. Also, Wedding Videography Melbourne only sends two cinematographers to cover a wedding. If the bride and groom want more than two staff members, they can request the videography company to send so.
OK, this is not the complete list of myths surrounding Wedding Videography Melbourne. Please, read part-2 and see the complete list.