Busted! Don’t Believe These Wedding Videography Myths!
A wedding is one of the most happiest milestones in your life, as it’s an occasion where you can proclaim your love for your spouse in front of all your family and friends. So capturing all the candid moments of your big day on video will create a lifetime of beautiful memories.
Unfortunately, despite a wedding video being the perfect present, it’s not always high on the priority list when planning a wedding, as there are many misconceptions regarding the production, which causes couples to underestimate its importance.
However, it’s crucial to realize that once the wedding is over, there is no way of pressing rewind. So to help avoid sincere regret, later on, Shyah K. Films has laid to rest some of the most widely believed myths about wedding videography.
Myth 1: A wedding video isn’t necessary, and photography will suffice.
While photography is critical to remember moments of the wedding day, we believe thirty years down the road, that a video will jog your memory and ignite more emotions than a photo. Imagine decades later, watching your parents laugh, the tears of joy during your speech, or seeing your flower girl (who’s now all grown up) sprinkle petals along the aisle.
Myth 2: Lower prices will save you money in the long run.
We get it, weddings are pricey, and the budget seems to climb higher and higher so quickly! But, think about it for a minute, with the funds that you’re putting into this massive event, shouldn’t you invest in someone who will provide you with a cinematic production? Paying a higher price usually indicates that you’ll get a more captivating video. Professionals will charge, but they will also ensure that you get the best experience possible.
Myth 3: Purple & blue uplighting is all you need to make the place look beautiful.
Uplighting makes your venue stand out, but it also affects how skin shows up on photos and videos. It’s vital to have lights that will make your skin seem more natural, and we suggest this, particularly during speeches and the first dance. If it’s possible, ask the venue coordinator to have lights shining on your podium. Your MC and speakers will look much better, and the backdrop will still maintain the color of your choice.
If you’re looking for the right lighting and a professional video for your wedding, reach out to Shyah K. Films. As the best wedding and commercial videographer in Vancouver, we take care of all pre-production, production, and post-production to ensure that you will have fond memories to look back on.
We serve clients across Whistler, North Vancouver, Vancouver, Nanaimo, Burnaby, Coquitlam, Richmond, Delta, Surrey, Langley, Abbotsford, and Victoria, BC.