Two heads are better than one. Everyone knows that saying. Everyone has used that saying at one point or another. In fact, it has been in verbal circulation since 1546 when John Heywood first wrote the historic epigram "Some heads haue taken two headis better then one: But ten heads without wit, I wene as good none." Fast forward 466 years and it has been simplified to "2 heads are better than 1." Now translating that into wedding speak, it is safer to have two videographers capturing your wedding to ensure quality and perfect coverage. The wedding world from the videographers stand point is a rather "run & gun" tempo due to the fast pace movement of the day from getting all the audio set up for the ceremony, breaking it all down and heading to the reception hall, only to set all the audio back up to making sure...
With the quick evolving advancements in the technology field, the door has been open wide for more creative and unique wedding videography coverage options. No longer is just a camera slapped on a tripod and stuck in the back of the room. The vast array of alternative video services go far beyond what is known on the surface of the search. The standard video coverage is still popular all around the globe. This is where 1 to 3 cameras are there on your wedding day, capturing the bride and groom getting ready, through the ceremony, the grand entrance, the first dances, the cake face smashing all the way to the final song. Here at UpRise, we actually break the standard coverage down to a more economically friendly package without sacrificing quality. We call this split coverage. This is where the 1-3 cameras are split up throughout the day, You can...
All the left over wedding cake is gone. The honeymoon in Hawaii was all you thought it would be. Now you're back to the motions of everyday life. One day, out of the blue, you receive a package in the mail containing your wedding DVD video. The thought of, "Wow, I nearly forgot I even ordered all of this" pops into your head. You and your partner sit down to finally watch the movie that took longer to edit than Transformers did. Soon you find out that this is only the start of the disaster. "Why are all the faces masked in shadows?" You see you are making a pre-sneezing face in some of the chosen shots. You find yourself blasting the volume on your TV to compensate for the subhuman levels of the audio. "And why is the photographer in 90% of the video?" Now before any of this...
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