(Closed) DIY Videography

posted 4 years ago in Photos/Videos
Post # 2
47 posts
  • Wedding: October 2015

Hi Tippy!

My sister-in-law used WeddingMix at her wedding and it was a BLAST! All of her family and friends filmed using their personal app code, and then they picked the footage they wanted to be custom made into their wedding video.  

My fiance and I are also keeping to a strict budget, so we ordered the app because it was free for our guests and seemed to have the best price/most features of all video apps.  http://www.storymixmedia.com/weddingmix/how-it-works-weddingmix-wedding-video.html

It’s been really cool so far! I’ve been using it to film my DIYing and pre-wedding stuff. 


Post # 4
2505 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: July 2014

Sounds like a cool idea, my only concern would be everyone on their phones for the ceremony.  

Post # 5
564 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2015

Just a thought: as a guest, I want to enjoy your wedding, not be focused on trying to get video for you.

Can you just set up a couple of tripods and cameras and let them roll?

Post # 7
47 posts
  • Wedding: October 2015

tippy22:  It says on the  site that they can do up to 60 minute wedding videos, but my sister-in-law opted to get a 20 minutes video because didn’t want to be bored. I think she got her wedding video back in like a month or so after her wedding day so that timing is pretty good<br /><br />As for quality – it’s obvious that it was taken by friends and family (not a professional) using cameras and their smartphones,  but she says it made the video more special and fun to watch 🙂 

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