a picture tells a thousands words a video tells a million

I know how important it is to capture all the special moments and details. Your wedding day does not have to be stressful. We coordinate with your wedding planner to make sure we don’t miss any shots and blend in seamlessly with the wedding party. We pride ourselves in maintaining the industries highest standards while offering affordable coverage for the every-day client! Below is a detailed shotlist we have created to give you and your planner an idea of how we shoot wedding.


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What Is Right Wedding Video Style for You?

You should consider choosing a desired style or two to help create a vision for your video. Ideally the style of your video should compliment the style of your wedding.

Cinematic

As its name implies, cinematic wedding videography styles mimic the angles, transitions and filters of movies. Videographers who use this style, which is often combined with short form or storytelling, are less concerned with a linear timeline and more intent on capturing the overall themes and emotions of your wedding day. Some of the hallmarks of cinematic wedding videos are moving voice overs, aerial shots of your wedding venue, and the use of slow motion.

Short Form

Short form is one of the wedding videography styles that is almost always combined with one of the other four. This style describes a short highlight video that is usually three to five minutes long. Many videography companies offer a highlight video in addition to a full feature video and raw footage of your wedding. Focusing on the three main segments — getting ready, ceremony, and reception — short form videos are shareable bites that you can easily send to friends and family or post to social media for those who didn’t make the guest list.

Storytelling

Storytelling is a popular wedding videography style that often relies on voiceover audio to narrate the story of the couple and the wedding day, but not always. Some videographers use text, music, or some combination to create a wedding video that is more focused on the love story than on aesthetic details or funny moments of the day. Storytelling is often combined with cinematic wedding videography styles as the two often produce a similar result.

Documentary

Much like the relationship between scripted films and documentaries, documentary wedding videos may not feel as polished as cinematic videos. Videographers who work in this medium prefer the unstaged, unplanned real moments of a wedding. This can play out by using audio from personal moments, like the first look, in addition to audio from more formal moments, like ceremony readings or words from the officiant. Documentary is sometimes combined with storytelling.

Traditional

Traditional wedding videos may focus more singularly on the ceremony and the reception, with less of a focus on the behind-the-scenes or wedding details. Some videographers who work in this style are more straightforward with their editing and use fewer of the more cinematic tools, like drones, instead preferring a handheld camera for most or all shots.


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*WE DO NOT USE SUBCONTRACTORS – ALL WORK IS COMPLETED BY JOSEPH CULLEN @ 7 YELLOW CINEMATICS TO ENSURE QUALITY, PROFESSIONALISM, AND CUSTOMER SATISFACTION.* 🙂