Post # 1
My photographer has a choice of a highlight fusion video, which is about 8-10 minutes long or a cinema style video about 23 minutes long.
The shorter video uses the help of a reallllyy good videographer who’s work looks like movie quality.
The longer video will use 2 different view points as well, but only with the use of a 2nd assistant not the amazing professional woman!
The professional is known for doing short film type videos, and doesn’t really do longer videos. but her style is AMAZING!
What do I do???
I hope it isn’t self promotion because i’m not her company, but you can see her longer video here:http://vimeo.com/39670537
Shorter style with help of 2nd professional here: http://vimeo.com/34372287
I need help!!! I was told I can also get the raw footage along with the editted version and I’ll also get a full chapter with the whole ceremony included even though the video might not show EVERY piece of it.
Post # 4
Is this to show to family/friends or more for your own viewing?
Post # 5
Some of both! We’re already getting an album with 75 pictures in it, and another with 150 pictures in it just for us! One is more formal than the other. (Along with parent albums and pocket album)
Video is so important, and I fell in love with the style of the artist but I’d also love to capture more of the wedding details like the longer one shows…i’m soooo confused uhk.
Does the longer one look boring or drained out?
Post # 6
The shorter one is better. I watched about a minute of the long one. I really prefer the shorter one and the quality is amazing on that one.
I think more people will be interested in watching the shorter one as well. I would find it kind of boring to watch 25 minutes of someone’s wedding. Of course it might be nice to have for just the two of you or to share with your children or grandchildren down the road.
Post # 7
See! That’s what i’m afraid of! I’d rather it be stylish and less boring…it’s also $300 cheaper! I would also get a copy of “raw” footage for ourselves and a chapter with the vows for that…so I guess it’s ok.
I don’t know..uhk
Post # 8
I also vote for the shorter one
Post # 9
So I got an email back from the professional videographer with the style I love (shorter version) she said she can do a 15-20 minute video for $1350…this will include a seperate disc with all the raw footage too, and also a chapter with our vows.
The highlight film with her help and her style, is $800-$900
The longer version with just my photographer and an assistant using gathered footage comes to $1200.
Should I just got for the deal the woman gave us??