Frequently asked questions
What style of wedding film do you specialize in?
I take a documentary style approach to shooting weddings. I don’t direct or orchestrate things; I simply capture them as they happen. I believe that the best kind of video of your day is one that’s a genuine, authentic record of your celebration. Each wedding is different, and I try to reflect that in the mood and pace of my videos as well.
What kind of equipment do you use?
We use everything that you would need to create a professional wedding film. Our cameras are Sony which all film in 4K. We also use steadicam systems, lighting (when required) and professional audio gear.
How soon after my wedding will I get my films?
Creating a wedding film that tells a truly unique story requires thought, skill and time. We know our clients can’t wait to see their wedding films so we do our best to get them finished as soon as possible. Each type of film has a different approach and delivery timeline, that being said you will have all of your final products in hand no later than four months from your wedding date.
How can I secure the date?
Do we really need two Wedding Videographer?
Not necessary... if you have seen our films, 90% were filmed solo actually.
Will I have to wear a microphone?
We will mic up the groom and the officiant (priest) for the ceremony and that will pick up the bride’s audio. During the reception we typically connect our audio recorder to the DJ's or Band's system to get a clean audio.
How long are your films?
We specialize in short form wedding films to create a keepsake that is long enough to highlight all of the most important details of your day but short enough to watch over and over again. However, we do offer Spotlight Edits of your ceremony, dances and toasts so you can watch those moments in entirety. These start from 30 minutes and can go up to one hour. We believe that this a good amount of time to cover the entire wedding day and not make the film boring.
Why hire a Wedding Videographer?
I feel like wedding videography is still one of the most underrated and often overlooked aspects of any wedding day. The photographer is still very often seen as the priority and it’s very rare to see a videographer shooting alone on the wedding day.
How far in advance should I book a wedding videographer?
I’d say around a maximum of 12-18 months in advance is usually the sweet spot to ensure you get your preferred date.
Do you cover destination weddings?
Yes we do, contact us for more details.
How much do you charge and what does it include?
Our collections start at $2500+Tax.
Do you offer aerial footage on the wedding day?
Yes we do, and it's free of charge.