Should I Do Video and Photos of My Wedding?
Life is full of miracles and joyful moments – but some of them just deserve to be absolutely immortal. Weddings are like this: we love them so much that we want to keep their memory fresh for as long as possible. Ancient people may not have been able to maintain the freshness of their weddings for decades, but modern technology is on our side when it comes to this.
So, should you do videos and photos of your wedding? And, if so, how do you do this so that you really appreciate the results? Here are some things to keep in mind:
Yes, you should definitely do both video and photos of your wedding. Of course, the decision is up to you, but the truth is that you will not regret it in any way and that the money you will spend will be worth it!
It is better to choose a professional to take care of these two very important aspects of your wedding. You can choose to have a friend help you, but that is not always the best solution. First of all, a professional will know how to capture the very essence of your wedding and the very strong message of love and cherishment behind everything. If you happen to have a friend who is a photographer/videographer, that could be easily solved – but you don’t want to invite a friend to your wedding and have them work, do you?
Photos and videos can come in many variations. Talk to your photographer and tell him/her what you are looking for. Do you want a “trash the dress” photo session too? Do you want your video to be taken chronologically or do you want to leave it up to your videographer’s creativity? Is there something special you would like him/her to capture? All these things matter and it’s of the utmost importance that you talk to your photo/video professional about them!
And if you are looking for a photography and videography service provider that can offer you high quality, creativity, and the best equipment there is, contact Infinity Films. We can do the video and photos for you – you just have to turn up and enjoy your special day!
Photo source: flickr.com/Jakob Montrasio