For many, the wedding season is year 'round, but things tend to speed up in the spring and summer months. Being prepared for the height of the season well before the season is upon you will insure your wedding shoot will go smoothly.
Whether you're shooting a tax seminar, a wedding or a break-dance summit, event video can be some of the most interesting, stressful, exciting, and ultimately rewarding video work you will come across.
Event videography can be a scary undertaking. Because, unlike almost any other sort of videography, you only have one shot to get it right. There's no way that a couple is going to agree to restage their entire wedding just because you messed up a shot, and likewise no band is going to put on a repeat performance because you forgot to prepare right. Naturally, you need to be on your A-game for any event videography job, be it a birthday party, a sports game or even a political speech.
A wedding videographer is always conscious that a couple's wedding is one of the most important days in their lives, so he knows that they will choose a form and venue with a special meaning for them. Some couples hold them in unusual locations -- not just in parks or gardens, but even stores like T.J Maxx or Whole Foods Market.
You may think that shooting weddings is all about the ceremony, but there is a lot more involved than meets the eye. We will show you how to plan for capturing clean, professional sounding audio, as well as how to mic the ceremony correctly.
You may thinking that shooting weddings is all about the ceremony, but there is a lot more involved than meets the eye. We will go over meeting with the wedding planner, scouting the location, and several other important aspects of wedding pre ceremony tasks before the big day.