A picture might be worth a thousand words, but at 20+ frames per second, a video is worth so much more than words can even describe. These days, having a wedding videographer on your big day is considered as important as employing a photographer. While videography will never replace photography, the two really do complement each other to the point of nostalgic perfection.
Over the past couple of years, the Western Cape has become a prime wedding destination for both South African and international brides. It's therefore no surprise that Western Cape videographers are exceptionally skilled in their field, dealing with couples of all cultures, religions and nationalities on a seasonal basis. Cape Town videographers are especially in high demand, with the city being known as one of the top design and tourist destinations in the world. cont...
When scouting for your wedding videographer, be sure to study at least two or three of the videos in each portfolio, and constantly ask yourself: "Does this videographer's work have a recognisable style?" While each video should be unique, a consistent style shows that the wedding videographer is comfortable behind the camera and editing desk, and experienced enough to know what works and what doesn't. This will also give you a good idea of what to expect from your very own final product.
While it would be all too lovely to come back from your honeymoon to find the DVD waiting on the coffee table, wedding videographers generally need up to 3 months to compile, edit and perfect each video. This time frame can be even greater during peak wedding seasons, so best put it out of your mind and be blown away by its loveliness when the time comes.
Now that you're all clued up on what to look for and what not, scroll down and have a peek at the stunning work of our Western Cape wedding videographers. ...less
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