Wedding Photographers and Videographers
You’ll want to hire a wedding photographers and videographers who is able to capture the little details that make your day unique. They should also take the time to learn about you and your partner as individuals and as a couple so they can capture all of the emotions that come with your big day – from the excitement of getting ready to the joy you feel when you hit the dance floor as newlyweds.
As you interview photographers and videographers, ask for access to a full wedding gallery. Many of their marketing materials will show you highlight reels or trailers, but it is important to see what they are able to do with a complete wedding gallery so that you can get a sense for their quality and style. In addition, make sure to ask about the timeline for picture availability – it is typical for couples to wait 6 to 12 weeks before they receive their pictures and video.
While all wedding vendors are artists, there’s something special about the work that a wedding photographer creates. They are able to freeze moments in time – such as your first look, the kiss before the ceremony, or that one of a kind smile from your fiancé.
Videographers are able to capture the entire story of your day. From the beginning to the end, they will create a film that will be able to bring back all of the emotions you felt throughout the day. Typically, they will create two types of videos: a teaser/trailer (1-2 min) and a highlight film (3-10 min).