Is your idea of a videographer someone running around with big clunky cameras and blinding bright lights? Like sequins, ruffles, and big hair, this wedding service has also evolved.
Today's wedding videos are shot with smaller, high-tech digital cameras that require less lighting, making the whole process less obtrusive. The video captured by these cameras is a higher resolution, resulting in clearer more vibrant images. Audio equipment has also become smaller, and capable of recording clearer audio signals. Editing techniques have also advanced, allowing videographers to turn out a wedding video that flows more like a feature film.
Today more than ever, through online content and social media, videographers and video producers like Treasured Moments have access to a wealth of information to stay current on video trends, techniques and new equipment. We can also see what other company's are creating. It pushes us to produce higher quality videos to stay competitive, which ultimately benefits you.