(Closed) Help choosing a videographer!

posted 5 years ago in Photos/Videos
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  • Post # 3
    8862 posts
    Buzzing Beekeeper
    • Wedding: October 2013

    we hired a videographer and the results were terrible. 

    but that is neither here nor there. 

    you don’t really need getting ready on the video, your photog should take some shots of that.

    ideally your video would be your ceremony, speeches, first dance, cake cutting, and some party shots. plus any other special things you might be doing. 

    many videog leave after cake cutting. 

    go with what is in your budget. 

    Post # 5
    5 posts

    Hi Amanda, my name is Anish from FlowMotion Videos. FlowMotion is a brand new wedding company that has started as an extension of our basketball series on NBA TV called On Point Basketball (www.onpointbasketball.com). We are looking to do a few weddings in May and June in order to build our portfolio and are offering VERY good pricing for high-quality, DSLR footage. My email address is [email protected]. Please have a look at a few of the Features we have shot for reception entertainment. <br /><br />Matt and Rafa’s Engagement <br /> http://vimeo.com/78969329<br /><br />Ben and Karen’s Reception Feature <br />https://www.dropbox.com/…dding%20Video%20720p.mp4<br /><br />This was my Reception Feature <br />https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=25fk4P1LiJ0<br /><br />I look forward to hearing from you <br />Anish

    Post # 6
    34 posts

    My sister just got married and she used a company called Weddingmix. It’s kind of a DIY wedding video and is literally the best thing ever. You buy a package that comes with however many rented HD video cameras you choose and then your friends and family can basically film all the parts of your wedding. The best part is that you can get all the getting ready footage for your wedding day and even the planning leading up to it. Also, if your friends get video of your wedding on their phones or anything they can upload the video to your account on the smart phone app and then you’ll have all that footage in one place. It’s also soooo cheap, the starting package is $99. 


    After you send in your cameras and have all the footage on your story board you get to select which clips you want in the video, and the company professionally edits it for you! You get to choose your video theme and music and stuff too. It’s a customized wedding video!

    Seriously don’t opt out of video you’re going to regret it. You will want to remember your wedding day forever. And with weddingmix my sister had such great clips of her friends and fun things from her reception and inside jokes while we were getting ready…seriously. it was amazing. I’m a little obsessed

    here’s the link if you want to check it out


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