Michigan Wedding Video
How to Choose your Detroit Wedding Videographer
View a complete wedding DVD
A demo DVD is a good representation of what a company is capable of creating; however, ask to view a complete
wedding so you can see what a finished DVD looks like. A professionally produced DVD should have chapters to
make viewing and navigation simple.
Know Your Videographer
Personality, creativity and experience are very important. Know who is shooting your wedding. Some larger companies
take deposits from couples without having a shooter lined up. If you don’t know the name of your videographer,
chances are the company you’ve hired doesn’t know it either. You will be spending most of the day with your
videographer—do you like them? Ask to see their work.
Do I really need to meet with MY videographer?
If you are not meeting with the person who will be your videographer, arrange a meeting at some point before the
wedding. This is an opportunity to acquaint yourself with him/her and review your wedding day plans together. Then,
on your wedding day, you won’t feel like strangers!
Not “How Much?” but “What am I getting for my money?”
It may be tempting to hire the cheapest videographer, but research carefully what they are providing. Is it a
quality product you’ll want to show your children and grandchildren years from now. In addition, a lower starting
price may mean you’re paying additional for each and every extra that may come standard in another company’s
package prices. A professional, experienced videographer will capture your day in a memorable way, create a DVD
that’s been edited using the latest technology and looks like something you’d watch on television, and most of all
provides peace of mind that your memories are being preserved the way you expect.
Investing in your Future
A professional wedding videographer will capture all of the details of your day and combine them to create a
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