Monday, January 10, 2011

What Brides think about Proffesional Wedding Videography

Before the Wedding
WEVA (Wedding and Event Videographers Association) surveyed 500 brides who were getting married in 2005. Here is what they found.
Only a little more than half of surveyed brides considered wedding video a
"Top 10" service on comparison to other wedding-related services.
38% did not have their wedding videotaped by anyone.

But... After the Wedding
75% felt that the wedding video should have been a "Top 10" service for their wedding.
63% of brides surveyed regret not having their wedding videotaped and strongly recommend that future brides have their wedding videotaped.
Of the brides who did have their wedding videotaped by an amateur, 45% of them were disappointed, and wished they would have used a professional videographer instead.
Why the change?
The brides who were surveyed said that video does a better job of capturing the emotions of the day, records the history of the day better, and strongly feel that future children will enjoy their wedding video more than their wedding photography.

A professional videographer can shoot, edit, and produce a higher quality video than an amateur, because of the state-of-the-art equipment, editing tools and software that a professional uses.

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