Your wedding budget is already stressing you out and you may feel that having a photographer and videographer is a bit of an overkill, but we strongly recommend that you prioritize this. There are so many reasons why a videographer is a must in our books - think of all the things that cannot be captured on photograph (your vows, speeches and first dance).
A word from the professionals... "Your wedding day is one of the biggest days of your life, and so much goes into planning this amazing day to become one with the person of your dreams. Most brides will tell you that their wedding day was over in the blink of an eye and they wish they could experience it again. Video captures the story and moments in all their glory, from start to finish. Video doesn't only capture moments in time, but time itself. Whole and complete quality moments, 25 photos per second of video. Choosing to have a wedding video means that you can watch your wedding day happen again, in motion, before your eyes. Voices, expressions and emotions are captured fully and in depth. You risk losing and forgetting these moments if you choose not to take video," Jesse Bailey (Barefeet Videography)
If you're still in two minds, continue reading. We've put together a list of why we think a videographer is something you cannot skimp on.
There's nothing more special than watching your wedding video and being transported back to the day, which changed your life forever. It's something so special and magical to share with your partner, friends and family.
Photographs are great and so important, but there are some things that simply cannot be captured like when you're exchanging your vows, your first kiss as a married couple, the world-class speeches by your best friends and family, the music to your first dance and the weird (or incredible) dance moves by your wedding guests.
As stunning as wedding photographs are, they cannot capture motion and sound - which is an incredibly huge part of your wedding day.
Sometimes there's a favourite aunt or uncle living far away who couldn't make it to the wedding, but you could share your wedding video with them. This way they'd still be able to share in on all the special moments and treasure it as if they were there on the day.
If you're having a destination wedding, a videographer is especially great as not everyone would be able to attend. With video, you'd be able to share your special day with all your nearest and dearest.
This vibrant and innovative production house based in Cape Town - but willing to travel - offers a fresh and energetic approach to the filming of your special day!
Barefeet Videography loves nothing more than the opportunity to capture these once-in-a-lifetime memories in the most natural, authentic and captivating way.
I film Wedding & Events with a Journalists feel /documentary style capturing all your magic moments of your day as it happens so their won't be any cheesy shots or awkward pos...
One2One Group is your one stop shop for PHOTOGRAPHY, VIDEOGRAPHY & CUSTOM PHOTO BOOTH SOLUTIONS.
RTM Video Productions is a Cape Town based Video Recording Company and willing to travel to any venue in South Africa.