(Closed) Raw footage: am I getting bamboozled?

posted 6 years ago in Photos/Videos
Post # 3
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: August 2013 - Brookfield Zoo

Have you viewed it yet?  I can understand the footage being only 2 hours long — the videographers we talked to said they only provided raw/documentary footage of the ceremony, and toasts, first dance, etc., just the major events, which I don’t think would add up to a whole lot.

Post # 4
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

If you wanted the raw footage to capture weird/quirky moments then that is what you should have told her from the beginning. If you did, she may have had the oppertunity to explain to you that she would only be shooting the important moments.After talking to her about it, it is possible that you could have worked something out.

From your post, I can see that she was hesitant to give you the footage, but maybe that’s becasue she didn’t want you to freak about the video. I know may times the video/pictures don’t ook so good before editing/splicing them together. She probably dosn’t want the raw footage to be known as her “work” as it is not completed yet.

Sorry if it seems I am not on your side, I just don’t see much whorng with what she did, besides her being a little shady about the raw footage working on your comp. etc.

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