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What to Feature on Your Wedding Videography Studio Website

Your wedding videography studio website could communicate so much important information to potential clients. How much do your services cost? Do you offer wedding video post-production? These are just two of the questions to potentially answer. Creating a...

6 Ways to Acquire New Clients for Your Wedding Videography Studio

Ensuring stability and the sustainable growth of your wedding videography studio depends on your marketing efforts. These are essential to attract new clients and make a name for yourself.A wedding videography studio can work on several approaches to bring...

How to Communicate With Your Post-Production Team

Outsourcing wedding video post production will give you an opportunity to focus on what you do best – conceptualize and shoot clips that your clients will instantly fall in love. In order to make the partnership a successful one, however, you’ll have to...

Slow Motion Video: When Is It a Good Idea

Wedding video tips and tricks focus on many creative approaches you can use to put emphasis on the most emotional moments. Slow motion video can highlight key details when used correctly. To be successful in your approach, however, use the effect...

How to Prepare for a Destination Wedding Shoot

To make your wedding video studio successful, you’ll have to focus on a range of services. Clients have specific needs and very different views when it comes to wedding video creation. Some will want to have your services available at their destination...

YouTube Marketing for Wedding Videographers: A Few Simple Tips

New technologies provide wonderful marketing opportunities you can employ as a wedding videographer. Since the nature of you work is visual, you should pay special attention to social channels that allow for image and video advertising. YouTube is the one...

6 Tips for Filming a Beach Wedding

What could be more sensual and intimate than a beach wedding? The settings are inherently romantic and somewhat casual, resulting in really intimate ceremonies. This is the reason why so many popular beach wedding destinations have emerged. As a wedding...

How to Address Negative Wedding Videography Client Experiences

Even the most experienced wedding videographer could experience client disapproval every now and then. Poor communication, unrealistic expectations and having to partner up with a difficult customer can all contribute to criticism in the end of the...

7 Ways to Get Feedback from Your Clients

As a wedding videographer, you’re heavily reliant on feedback from your clients to determine what works and what doesn’t. The sustainable growth of wedding videography studios is dependent on such information. Getting real and comprehensive feedback from...

6 Tools You Must Have as a Wedding Videographer

What do you need to establish a successful wedding videography business? The right camera, lenses and the best professional wedding video editing software are just a few of the essentials. To organize your operations in the best possible way, however,...

8 Incredibly Sweet and Beautiful Celebrity Wedding Videos

Celebrities – we love them, we follow them online, we want a piece of their lives. Artistically-inclined and affluent, actors, musicians and other talented individuals from across the globe organize incredibly lavish weddings. Needless to say, we adore the...

Should You Offer Your Clients Live Wedding Video Streaming?

Millennial and generation Z clients have very specific preferences that you will need to address as a wedding videographer. These generations are much more used to technology than their predecessors. In fact, it’s a normal part of life. To give them a service they’ll...

5 Ways in Which Wedding VIdeography Has Changed Over the Years

The first film came into existence in 1888. Ever since, the world of videography has undergone a massive transformation. Technology isn’t the only thing that has changed – styles and artistic approaches have also gone through a huge modernization. The...

Can You Use Smartphone Clips in a Professional Wedding Video?

Capturing every special little moment in a wedding is going to be challenging, even if you have multiple videographers at the venue. When clients want a documentary-style wedding video, you may have to rely on some alternative approaches. Modern wedding...

6 Tips for Shooting a Wedding Video in Bad Weather

Even if you’re using the most reliable professional video camera for weddings, you will face challenges in the events of rain, strong wind or poor light. Regardless of the weather conditions, however, the wedding must go on.As a videographer, you have certain...

Wedding Video Guide: The Complete Shot List

I was hired recently to edit weddings for a client who's new to the wedding video business. The source footage from the first wedding he shot was pretty terrible. There were no close ups during the ceremony. There wasn't a clear shot of the bride and groom...

Wedding Video Styles to Add to Your Portfolio

Wedding videos today aren't what they used to be. Current videos don't simply capture the moment. Consequently, they are more dramatic. They are more cinematic. They are more spectacular. As a result, you're no longer watching the event as it happened. You...

How to reduce noisy / grainy footage

Nothing is scarier than an angry bride. Every detail of the day must be perfect or may the bridezilla have mercy on your soul. The Wedding Video is especially important. The wedding video must LOOK perfect even if the day wasn't.   Good...

How to Fix Badly Recorded Audio

Bad audio is a reasonable cause for panic in most wedding editors.  Only so much can be done to rescue badly recorded audio. A good wedding videographer goes through great lengths to ensure she captures good audio with a combination of...

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