What about the music for the highlights and the teaser?
For our cinematic weddings highlights and wedding video teasers, we prefer to use our copyright free wedding music, and we leave that choice with the video editor. This way we can best decide the mood and atmosphere of your wedding video. Also, this way you won’t have any problem with copyright infringement when you post your videos to social media.
How many cameras?
2 to 4 cameras, depends on your package and on the number of wedding videographers. If you choose a package with 2 shooters, it will be at least 3 cameras set up, especially for formalities where one camera will be placed on a tripod while the other two cameras will be moving around as needed.
How do you record audio?
We place as many microphones and audio recorders as possible. Audio is an important part of your wedding film, and we want to capture it in the best way. The groom will most likely be asked to be miked, and we can get in touch directly with your celebrant and venue to obtain information about audio.
Do you use any lights?
Perhaps, during the evening part of your wedding, if the venue’s lights are dimmed. For the other parts of the wedding day, it’s usually not necessary.
Can we ask for revisions on our wedding films?
Yes, we’re happy to receive your feedback on the videos we make. We ask that you watch your wedding video at least a couple of times before getting back to us. You can then send us a list of improvements that you would like to see in your wedding video.
How do we get our final wedding videos?
Once every wedding video is finalised and ready to be delivered, we will send you a wooden USB box via post, containing all the final video files, in MP4 and Full HD resolution (1920×1080). It’s your responsibility to conserve the USB box and also to make an additional copy of the files.
Payments… how does that work?
50% deposit when you book, and 50% two weeks before the wedding day.