Tools Tips for Wedding Video coverage
Tips - Video and Photo Tips
Nightmare of all nightmares! You are sitting at the head table and the only reason you know you actually got married is because there is a gold band on your finger! You were so nervous and excited all at once that your mind is drawing a complete blank. All the effort, the planning, the endless sacrifices all year long and you don't have a single recollection of how things went. Yikes. There is insurance against this all-to-common wedding amnesia: A wedding video! It will bring you, your family and friends, countless evenings of enjoyment and recollection simply at the flick of your remote control. The cost will be nominal and a professional video will bring you countless years of enjoyment. The best person to entrust with capturing your special day is a professional Wedding-Videographer and one company you can entrust, Babylon Productions, www.videobabylon.ca.The old saying that a hammer does not a carpenter make is good to remember when hiring a professional to film your wedding. The best person to ask for advice on this is your Wedding Planner. They will have a Videographer that they trust enough to put their name to so that you will have one less thing to worry about.
It's It is after all, their job. If you are planning
your own wedding, here are 5 questions you should ask to ensure that you
pick the best Videographer for the big day:
1. Video cameras are not
all the same. Hi8 or DV provide a higher quality than the standard
camcorder. Some of the best digital units include the Sony HVR S270U - VX
2000 and the Canon XL1. At Babylon Productions, we use the highest quality
2. 3-chip CCD cameras will have the best
Digital quality. You don't need to know what it means other than the
best possible chipset for the best possible image. At Babylon
Productions, we make sure everything is perfect.
3. Ask to view a
wedding video sample tape. This will give you an idea of what
the quality will be like when you get yours. At Babylon Productions, we
offer samples of all kinds.
4. Do they use wireless microphones? If
they do, great, if they don't ask them to get one.
5. Is the
Videographer unobtrusive? They should be.