Videomaker is proud to announce that we just received a Telly award for our Wedding Videography DVD series.
[image:blog_post:13234] There seems to be an abundance of producers in this field and the business of wedding video is large, but many of the so-called ‘producers’ are just hacks with a camera, such as one wedding videographer who was sued for his poor representation of one couple’s wedding in England. Not only did he bobble the camera and elicit a few epithets at the moment of “The Kiss”, he missed a good portion of the wedding because he was shooting another couple’s wedding at the same time, AND he edited the wrong wedding footage into the finished project.
If you want to assure your wedding couple that you ARE the best in town, the creme de la creme, the top dog, you need to check out this – now – award winning series to get your wedding video game on. It’s Spring! Tis’ the season for weddings!
This prestigious 2010 Educational Video Telly Award recognizes Videomaker‘s commitment to creating superior training materials for the budding videographer.
Wedding Videography is a six-part training DVD that includes:
- Legalities Teaches videographers how to protect themselves and their wedding video business from unforeseen problems.
- Pre-Ceremony – Shows exactly what a videographer needs to do in advance to make sure the wedding shoot goes off without a hitch.
- Audio Teaches how to mic the ceremony correctly and get clear, crisp audio sure to please even the pickiest couple.
- Ceremony Shows a videographer the best way to capture the most important part of the day, when the couple exchanges vows.
- Reception Shows the videographer how to still get great interview footage with guests even when everyone is busy eating and dancing.
- Post-Production – Learn even more ways to impress clients by offering post-production services above and beyond the competition.
The Telly judges selected Videomaker‘s Wedding Videography DVD for recognition as the most complete, succinct guide available to video enthusiasts thinking of joining the lucrative world of wedding videography.
The Telly Awards honor the very best local, regional, and cable television commercials and programs, as well as the finest video and film productions, and work created for the Web. Since 1978, the Telly Awards have sought to strengthen the visual arts community by recognizing creative video products. The 31st Annual Telly Awards received over 13,000 entries from all 50 states and 5 continents.
Videomaker magazine is the nation’s oldest consumer magazine dedicated to videography and independent video production and has long been committed to helping self-taught and amateur videographers achieve the same success as their trained counterparts.
Wedding Videography is a step-by-step handbook that allows anyone with a little patience and passion to succeed in this challenging field. Videomaker is delighted and humbled to receive this honor.