Call Toronto Wedding Photographer now at 416-663-4784, toll free 1877-546-6575
Toronto Wedding Photographers
Babylon Productions Wedding Centre, Toronto Wedding Photographer
Professional Wedding  Photographer, Videographer in Toronto, Limo Services, DJ Services
Toronto Wedding Photography, Toronto Wedding Services Toronto Wedding Clients Testimonials oronto Wedding Blog, Toronto Wedding Photography Toronto Wedding Bookings, Bookings for Wedding Photography Contact Toronto Wedding Photographer
Toronto Wedding Limo Fleet
Toronto Banquet Halls Lists
Customer Tools,Toronto Wedding Photographer
Link to Us, Toronto Wedding Photographer
Tips & Categories
View All Wedding Tips
Video & Photo Tips
Planning your Ceremony
Planning a Reception
Wedding Planning Tips
Before the Wedding
After the Wedding
Limousine Tips
Wedding Destinations
Video & Photography Tips
Wedding Checklist
Wedding DJ Choices
Easy Wedding Plans
Wedding Photography
Wedding Limousines
Wedding Photographers
Toronto Brides
Wedding Preparations
Bus Limo Tips
Wedding Accessories

Good Ways to Implove Video Pruductions Tips

Good Ways to Implove Video Pruductions

Toronto wedding videographers are specialized in wedding video production , and here at Babylon Productions Wedding Center, we offer exceptional video production. We have listed below some keys to a proper video production:

Choose the Right Gear.

Video ProductionsToronto video production video equipment becomes obsolete very quickly because of the constant advancements in technology. You don't need the highest-end gear to shoot great Wedding Videos; the basics will do just fine. The basic equipment that you'll need to shoot wedding videos includes a fluid head tripod, remote microphone system and an audio mixer. Oh, and a digital format camcorder, of course. Back up your audio. Toronto video production audio for wedding videos can be touchy. Remote microphones may pick up some voices better than others and last minute glitches could prevent you from getting any audio at all. This is why many wedding videographers are investing in Sony Mini-Disc recorders to back up their audio. The recorder allows you to back-up your audio from the ceremony and the reception. The MD recorder is easily carried in the groom's pocket, with a lavaliere microphone. Understand LUX Ratings.


Video ProductionsToronto video production understands LUX is a measurement of camera sensitivity that is important to consider when purchasing a video camera. Cameras with lower LUX ratings produce better video in low light situations than cameras with higher LUX ratings. For wedding videography, which most often takes place in low light situations;
churches, synagogues, reception halls, it is necessary to use a camera with a low LUX rating. The more sensitive to light your video camera is, the better quality wedding shots you'll get, and the more professional the finished wedding video will be. Attend the rehearsal. Toronto video production knows that unless you can attend the wedding rehearsal, you probably shouldn't book the job. Attending the rehearsal and planning ahead can easily avoid problems with lighting, microphone placement, and blocked views. The rehearsal also gives you another chance to consult with the bride and groom. Any last minute requests for their wedding video that they, or you, may have can be discussed before the wedding day rush is on. Get B-roll & coverage.


Toronto video production & B-roll, (which stands for & Before-Roll) coverage is of critical importance to the professional quality of your wedding video production. To get B-roll footage, simply use a tripod to take exterior shots of the building in which the event will take place, stained glass or other architectural features, the food and flower arrangements and any other special touches you notice. In addition to these still shots, begin videotaping about 20 minutes before the wedding is to begin, in order to get shots of the guests being seated, and audio of the music played before the ceremony.

Go Back
View All Wedding Tips

Test your audio

Toronto video production testing your audio before the ceremony is the best way to avoid common audio problems. To test your audio, make sure to arrive at the wedding location at least two hours early, in order to set up your equipment and check it out, and have time to fix any problems that you find. Another good tip is to monitor the audio with your headphones to be sure that it has a professional quality. Concentrate on close-ups. Toronto video production it is extremely important to get close-up shots at the wedding. Close-ups make your images look sharper and they allow you to capture emotion in your wedding video . Be sure to get close-up shots of the bride and groom, the wedding party, and the parents throughout the wedding and the reception, and use them frequently. Anticipate and follow the action.


Video ProductionsToronto video production in order to shoot a professional wedding video, you must anticipate and follow the action throughout the wedding, especially if you're doing a one-camera shoot. You only get once chance to capture the action at a wedding ceremony, be prepared for whatever is coming. Talking to the couple and attending the rehearsal ceremony will help you to know what's happening next, and your camera moves will be more fluid. Anticipating and following the action is key to shooting a professional wedding video. Focus on capturing the event, not creating a special effects film. Toronto video production there are many opportunities and options for special effects when creating a wedding video. However, special effects such as slow motion, layering graphics, and editing backgrounds work well in wedding videos only to a point. It is very important to remember that shooting a wedding video is all about capturing an important event, not creating a video with the most special effects. Remember to keep your focus on the couple, the ceremony, and the emotion of the wedding, and use special effects wisely. Finish the job on time.


Video ProductionsToronto video production after you've shot the wedding ceremony and the reception, it's time to produce the finished video. Make sure to allow at least a week of pos tproduction to finish the job on time. A week should give you time to transfer footage to your system, catch up with other possible clients, editing the ceremony, the reception, and the pre-and-post ceremonies, as well as transferring to tape or DVD and preparing the packaging. Remember that the MOST important part of post-production is delivering the finished video ON TIME. The married couple will be anxious to see their wedding video, and are depending on you to deliver it on the date and time that you promised. Your reputation, and your future clientele, depends on your ability to finish like a pro by producing a professional wedding video on time and on budget. Toronto video production is an important component in producing Toronto wedding videos. Babylon Productions Wedding Center produces great wedding videos. Have a look at our website for sample videos.

Toronto Wedding Video Productions

Babylon your One Stop Wedding ShopCambridge Wedding Photography
¤  Photography
¤  Video productions
¤  Wedding Limousines
¤  Invitations
¤  Live Wedding Entertainment
¤  Banquet Halls Directory
¤  Custom Love Song
¤  Dresses by Best For Bride
¤  Tuxedo Rental by Moores clothing for men

Go Top