Now that you’ve gone through the videos and you know you like the style and you’re like, “I think we’re ready”, I think it’s also important to learn more about the studio, the individual or the team that you want to work with.
I don’t know what anyone else is telling you, but the absolute best way to do “storytelling” is through SOUND.
And because of that, as you browse through choices for videographers, you need to be intentional. Evaluate how they treat, not just speaking throughout the day and music choice, but also the combination of those things.
Here’s the second part of my extended series on how to choose a videographer. As I was editing this, I noticed I missed a couple of important things in this one like the following:⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀In addition to the visual elements I mentioned in the video, here are a couple of other visual elements to […]
In light of booking vendors for this year (or dare I even say, next year also), there are some key questions you should ask your wedding pros in your meetings and consultations before you sign the dotted line.