While there is some overlap to photography and videography, we each have distinct needs. Our goal is to ensure on the front end with your timeline planning that there is adequate time for both photo and video to accomplish what we need to in our respective roles.
Add 15-20 minutes into each of the major sections of the day where photo and video are involved (eg. the getting ready coverage, wedding party pictures, newlywed pictures, first look if applicable) to ensure a smooth experience for everyone.
For the most part, we work really seamlessly with other videographers. The majority of wedding videographers focus on a documentary style approach to capturing the day as it unfolds, which keeps them nimble and stepped back as an observer.
We always make sure to start with the classic portraits which are often more standstill in nature and then move to more poses with movement incorporated that cater better to the videographers needs and ensure we’re accommodating them too.
In our experience, there are a handful of videographers who prefer to have a more hands-on approach to your wedding video that gives it a more cinematic effect. If this is the case, be sure to plan extra time at each of the major events to ensure that both photo and video have ample time to accomplish all that we need to in order to serve you well on your wedding day. These videographers often want multiple angles of the events unfolding and need time to mic up the people involved.
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