Your wedding day can go by in a blur, but having a high-quality video can help you relive it countless times. If the thought of watching a wedding film filled with staged scenes and posed shots doesn’t seem thrilling, keep in mind that documentary wedding video takes a completely different approach capturing the essence of your wedding in an exciting way.
Documentary Wedding Video Style
Documentary wedding videos are designed to create a lively and natural impression of your wedding day. The bride and groom don’t expect to recreate particular events in order to get perfect footage or pose for the videographer. The documentary wedding video style focuses on catching candid moments on film without intruding on you or your guests. This helps me, documentary wedding videographer, craft a video that truly preserves the magic of your big day.
The days of having a wedding videographer lugging around a huge camera while filming is mostly over. Instead of using this cumbersome equipment, modern documentary filmmakers use the latest state-of-the-art cameras. Since these cameras are compact in size, we can wander around your wedding without drawing attention. In fact, most of your guests will probably assume that we’re fellow guests taking our own videos and pictures on personal cameras.
The editing process for documentary wedding film relies heavily on being able to tell a story. While we have a rough idea of how your video should be organized, the way it ultimately unfolds depends on the footage we capture. Rather than sticking to a certain outline, we make creative decisions to craft a captivating video that includes candid, touching moments that come together to paint a memorable picture of your big day.