Post # 17
Hey Meliss, I do video and see what you mean. The issue looks like the frame rate settings they used to capture the film which cause jumps in the film due to movement. Each frame will look choppy if the frame rate per second captured is low. If they were going to do a ton of camera movement, they should have shot it at a higher frame rate. Also wished they would have not just kept cutting to panning and zooming shots of you above the balcony in their youtube edit. You looked beautiful and there were so many beautiful shots of you and moments captured in your photos I would like to have seen things like that included in the video. But ofcourse you have your memory, and it is clear and you look gorgeous, but I think he charged you too much.
Post # 18
Hey, I guess I never did an update on this. The photographer actually apologized and sent me re-edited copies. The shooting issues you described (you’re obviously a lot more knowledgable with the technical lingo than I am, lol) did not change of course, but my main complaint with the blurry moving scenes were fixed in the new copies. He called it “banding”. I made my peace with it, I wasn’t expecting a top quality video anyways so I guess what I have now meets my expectations. We do watch it a lot and laugh at several things that we missed that day. I also am very vain and think I look better in the video than my photos 😛 I hope the videos last because I want to be a 70-year old grandma one day still watching my wedding dress twirl and proudly showing to my grandkids how their wrinkly grandma looked once.
Post # 19
lol Meliss. I am glad it worked out. I am glad they fixed it. I forgot to mention that I thought the video made your dress really POP!!! You looked amazing!!