Wedding Ideas: Videography and Videographers
Wedding videography captures all the best moments from your day, from hearing the speeches to reliving the first dance. Check out the latest wedding videography tips and trends below. Once you’ve done your research, find your wedding videographer here.
With our live streaming tool, you can involve your guests in your whole wedding day, even if they can't be there in person.
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With the country starting to emerge, once again, from lockdown, we have been looking forward to what this means for weddings. As restrictions are still in place until at least the end of June, those getting married in the first half of 2021 will be looking for ways to include their guests who cannot attend. Live streaming means loved ones can still be part of your special day, even if it’s not physically! So, we spoke to Sam and Steve Photography who shared their expert knowledge on how to include live streaming in your wedding.
In our technological age, the way we experience events has been transformed, often for the better! Now, the latest technological trend, live streaming, is benefitting brides. Whether you encounter issues with travel or last-minute emergencies, it is unfortunately likely that a loved one won’t be able to make your wedding. But, thanks to live streaming, they can still be part of your special day, even if it's not physically!
Live streaming has become even more useful in the current climate as coronavirus has significantly impacted on weddings and their guest lists. So, find out more about the advantages of live streaming and how it might just save your wedding!
Whether you've already booked your dream wedding videographer, or you're thinking about having a wedding video, then you may be wondering how videographers deliver the all-important product. Luckily, videographer (and bride!) Rachel from Veiled Productions, is here to explain how it works...
These days, your wedding videography is just as important as your wedding photography. However, many couples are unsure of what they're looking for in a wedding videographer, and how their video will be captured and delivered. We spoke to the lovely Rachel from Veiled Productions, who explained what to expect from your wedding videographer before, during and after the big day. Here's what to expect when booking your videographer...
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