Saturday, July 3, 2010
I've seen this scenario too many times. You want to save some money on your video production or you need to stay under your wedding budget, so you hire a relative with a video camera. You then give the video a watch, and you can't believe how bad it looks and sounds. There are many reasons why a professional will deliver a quality video time and time again. Besides equipment considerations, you will often find similar characteristics in amateur videos. They're typically very shaky, framed poorly, not edited and often they've missed important moments. Additionally, proper sound recording is never even a thought. Don't set yourself up for disappointment, and make sure you consider hiring a professional for your event video.