4 hours of video coverage is best for weddings held at a single location, with short ceremonies or informal receptions. Approximately 60 to 90 minutes of footage delivered.
6 hours of video coverage is the minimum recommended coverage for formal events with multiple locations. Approximately 60 to 90 minutes of footage delivered.
Full day coverage! Capture your entire day unhindered with the wedding standard 8 hour day. Approximately 60 to 90 minutes of footage delivered.
- How To Locate A Wedding Video Producer
The special moments you share with the people closest to you are going to last forever in your memory. Thanks to video and photography, it's possible to relive those moments all over again. Because these movies and pictures are going to be cherished, you should put some time into researching photography and video styles. Take the time to examine the work done by local video producers and photographers in your area to get a feel for the kind of work they do. After all, you want your wedding video to be as beautiful as the occasion itself.
Most video producers at work today have some experience recording special occasions. If you look in the phone book or on the Internet, you're sure to find a dozen or more in your area alone. Finding out how much they charge for a photography or video package may not be so easy; it may be necessary to make an appointment before getting a price quote. Instead of shopping for budget wedding video services on your own, go to the people who have already done the work for you.
Don't let this special moment in your life pass by without arranging to have a high quality affordable wedding video made for you. Not only will you be able to watch this video again and again, you'll be able to share it with the far-flung family members and with friends who weren't able to attend. A well-made video will also be a pleasure to share with children, grandchildren, and all your other relatives. All told, your wedding video will be a monument to love that will last for generations.