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Article: Your Wedding Video
Your Wedding Video

One of the biggest pleasures after your big day is watching it back on video. Nowadays that means watching it on DVD.

When you're making plans for your wedding, one of the biggest decisions you'll have to make is who is going to do your video because you'll want to be sure it's the best it can be. Many couples choose to hire a specialist wedding video company whereas others entrust this task to a family member or friend who is a talented cameraperson. The budget you have available will probably dictate who you go for in the end.

Ask Friends and Family Members To Recommend Someone

There's a good chance that you'll know someone who's recently been married or who have used the services of a video company for some other occasion so ask around to find out who did a really great job of the video.

Always Ask to View Previous Work

If you choose to hire a wedding video company, always ask to see examples of wedding videos that they've previously filmed. This will enable you to judge the quality of both the filming and the editing so you'll want a company who can produce really high quality video.

Ask to See Testimonials

One of the best ways of ensuring you're going to get a good service is to ask to see the feedback from previous clients. If you find that the company have been given great feedback and have had a number of referrals from previous clients, chances are they are a reliable and good company to use.

Ask How They'll Edit Your Video

It's important to establish what you want from your video and if the company you choose is able to fulfill your requirements. For instance, can they add music to certain parts of the footage? How much of the ceremony and reception will they film? How long will the finished video be? Will they allow you to view it unedited so that you can ask to keep in or remove certain parts of the footage?

Whoever you ultimately choose, you want to be sure that they are capable of giving you a finished video that you'll treasure for the rest of your lives. You only get to have that day once but having it recorded, your memories of it will never fade.