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Your Wedding Video... professional or D.I.Y.

A wedding video that captures all the sights and sounds of your wedding day is no longer a frill for the fortunate. Regardless of your budget, you can preserve and treasure these memories forever on video. Consulting a video professional can help you make an informed decision about the video solution that will both meet your needs and your budget, not only for today, but two months from now, two years from now, and two decades from now. After all, memories are meant to last! If you decide to hire a professional videographer, here is a sampling of questions and tips to help you in making your final selection: • Know your budget, but be open-minded. Will you be as worried about the extra $500 you spent twenty years from now when your son or daughter asks to watch the video repeatedly? • Is the videographer willing to sit down with you to discuss your needs? How many times and for how long? • Will the videographer visit the locations where the wedding will take place? The conscientious videographer will prepare a plan for camera angles, lighting issues and sound considerations. • Ask to view samples of the videographer's work. • Did the video make you say 'Wow'? How often? • Creating the wow factor: the sharpness and colour of the footage, the pacing and sequencing of the editing, the choreography of the music, sound and image, the beauty of the designs and compositions including titles and animations, and the videographer's ability to edit together a compelling story. Whichever solution you choose, I wish you the happiest of occasions on your wedding day. I hope it will be a day that you remember fondly and that your memories last forever, like the love you share and pledge! By Marc Poirier Video and Media Designer end of the dock media

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