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Video - Do I need it??

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#11 Cabo Wedding Coordinator

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    Posted 20 February 2007 - 02:14 AM

    There is also Tomas Barron he does a good job with videos.

    #12 pbbride6907

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      Posted 20 February 2007 - 08:03 AM

      Hi there! We are getting married June 7, and I JUST booked Marci from Baja Video Productions. She is so affordable, and I'm glad we're spending that little extra to have a video. We're going to have a big party when we get back, and we have so much family that will want to see it. And it will be a great memory for us too! I'd check out Marci and see if she's available!

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        Posted 20 February 2007 - 08:47 AM

        We finally decided to hire the videographer. Some of our guests do video for a living but we wanted them to relax at the wedding instead of work. A tripod would work for you though, if you don't necessarily care to have movement. We also have tons of family that aren't attending so we wanted a decent quality video to show later. I'm sure to miss a lot as I buzz around so I want to be able to see what I missed later too.

        Also, we are skipping the traditional speeches because sometimes they get soooooo long and we just want to party!! Instead we will have the video guy get candid words from guests throughout the night.

        #14 cheese_diva

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          Posted 21 February 2007 - 12:23 AM

          Originally Posted by Cabo Wedding Coordinator
          There is also Tomas Barron he does a good job with videos.

          Yeah! So glad to hear your input regarding his videos.. he's doing our photos and having someone along for video. He'll do the editing on both.
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          #15 NATASHA

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            Posted 21 February 2007 - 11:27 PM

            We didn't do it, we don't miss it. I spent more to have the photographer for 6 hours instead. I'm happy with that decision because a lot of the fun stuff happened later in the evening and we captured it. Plus, we wrote our entire wedding ceremony, so I know exactly what was said.

            I kind of like the fact that my one really true memory from the ceremony is how I was totally fixated on my husband's eyes through the entire ceremony. I remember noting how totally engrossed I was in him and his expressions. I think that if I watched a video, I would remember all the elements (which is awesome) but not that one feeling. It's sort of hard for me to explain this, but that feeling is one of my favorite parts of the entire wedding and I'm glad that's my memory.
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            #16 JPMO

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              Posted 22 February 2007 - 12:06 AM

              If the budget can handle it totally go for the video. Even if it can't enlist a friend.

              This was one of my few non-negotiables. I not only want to see but hear all of the great moments of the wedding day.

              I am using Tomas Baron as well and thus far he has been good.

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