Video or No
Posted 01 February 2007 - 04:21 PM
Posted 01 February 2007 - 06:06 PM
| Originally Posted by Hummingbird |
If you have a good editing program on your computer, this is possible to do. (Matching voice to video.) It can get tricky, though, if you have footage from more than one camera that you want to edit together. Synchronizing sound and video gets really tricky unless you just start it at the very beginning with continuous footage from one camera, and one continuous voice recording. Does that make sense? I only mention this b/c I have watched my husband work on editing video footage for hours, matching up sound to the actual footage. It can be a huge pain - but it is possible, and a lot easier, if you have an editing program.
oh we wouldn't try to match it up, just maybe put in clips here and there, but most likely just music added into the video...I was more thinking the voice recorder for the photo slide show? Thanks for the input though.
Posted 01 February 2007 - 06:11 PM
Someone mentioned (sorry I forgot) that people often regret not having the video vs. regretting purchasing one and I totally agree. This is a moment that can never be recreated.
I would opt to have the reception included but if it's not in the budget then ceremony is also fine. Pictures tell one story while a video can tell another. The picture can show the laughter but the video will allow you to relive the joke or special toast from your Dad or BFF. If a professional is not available then of course a family member would be the next best option, maybe on a tripod.
Posted 01 February 2007 - 06:23 PM
| Originally Posted by JPMO |
There were very few things that I had to stand my ground about with my FI. Videography was one of them! And I won!!! Besides the fact that some key family members will be able to watch it when we return home, I WILL watch my video. Heck, I have actually watched the wedding of the demo disc couple several times (total wedding dork moment).
Who are you using Jenetta?
Posted 01 February 2007 - 06:25 PM
Posted 01 February 2007 - 06:28 PM
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Posted 21 September 2008 - 02:52 PM
Also it has been my experience that brides and grooms do not quite let go and "open up" in the same way for me as a photographer during the portrait session if it is being filmed. Which I guess is quite natural but another factor to weigh when deciding what parts of the day to have filmed.
I hope that doesn't seem negative...but just something I see over and over that I don't think is usually thought about much ahead of time.
Posted 21 September 2008 - 03:53 PM
Wed 9/5/08 at Lake Las Vegas Chapel Fiorenza with yacht cruise reception on the La Contessa and party the next night in VIP section at Club Poetry at Caesars Palace. Stayed at the Ritz at the Lake and checked into the Trump hotel on the strip after our reception.
Our first baby (a...
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