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Why do I need my Wedding Videoed?
Think about it,….what other event in your life will you spend this much blood, sweat, tears and time devoted to? You spend months of your time obsessing about tiny details that unfortunately, at the end of the big day you might not have even had a chance to notice half of them. You've always heard it, everything goes by so quickly, it's all just a blur .If you think about it, you end up missing out on a lot of the good stuff because you are the last one down the isle and the first to leave out again. You miss your mom being ushered down the isle by your brother, the little girl throwing the flower petals AT your guests, not to mention an up close shot of the look on your Groom's face when he first sees you standing at the end of the isle in all of your glory! Those are moments that are too precious to miss. Having your wedding videoed will leave you moving memories of your special day that you will be able to relive when ever you chose. From listening to the exchange of the vows to one another during your ceremony, to reliving your first dance as husband and wife, to watching your 3 year old baby cousin doing the "Twist" on the dance floor with her Grandfather,. These are moments that call for so much more than just a still photograph. While Photography has always been the customary way of documenting a wedding day, and always will be, video has just as much to offer if not more. Photography is an art, but so is Videography. It's moving art. It's an art that takes your precious moments and records them as they happen. Video uniquely preserves a memory by capturing emotions, voices, and personalities of those who are part of that memory. A professionally produced video is an heirloom that allows you to relive the emotion of those special memories like nothing else can. Why wouldn't you want your wedding day videoed?!