When you were young you would walked into your grandparents' house and it was always filled with love and the smell of cooking. For most of us we will never forget that old black-and-white photo of your grandparents' wedding. For many of us that single photo encapsulates everlasting love. It is the oldest form family bond we know. This signature American heirloom has been one of the most cherished pieces of our households. So much so that an entire industry of photographers now stand at the ready to bid on the opportunity to produce that everlasting frozen moment in your life.
A lot has changed since that black-and-white photo was taken. Technology has gotten better and the quality has improved drastically. But, now as we enter 2017, and for the most part of the last five years photography is not the only form of capturing your days memories. Here enters the new kid on the block...The Videographer. This new profession does not capture a single frozen frame but multiple frames that when formed together show emotion, presence, environment and most importantly your living thriving love.
A lot of brides and grooms get caught up on planning for the big day and truthfully when budgets begin to get out of hand the first thing they decide to cut is the videographer. Not because the videographer is bad but the industry considers it an add-on to the standard foundation of the perfect American wedding. However, the industry is wrong. In our experience not one bride or groom has said that they should have forgone their wedding video. Quite the contrary. Every bride and every groom has stated, " wow I wasn't sure about getting a wedding film until I saw the end product. I couldn't imagine not having this beautiful video. We will always cherish this. Sure, the picture will hang on the wall for the next 60 years and as the bride and groom grow older family members and guests will complement them on the hallmark picture. However, that staple photo is just the beginning because what you will show your guest next will bring tears to their eyes. Just do it...you won't regret it!
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