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Utah Wedding Videography Considerations

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Recording your wedding helps keep your day as vivid on film as your own memories. Making sure you get the right videographer to capture those memories is essential to the lasting image you want your day to be. From rustic to classic, there is a videographer out there for every bride and style. This blog post will focus on some of the top videographers in Utah, and will hopefully help you find just the right one to record all the memories and moments from your perfect wedding day. Check out for more information on videographers as well. Videographer #1: Ryan Hender Films Ryan Hender Films is a premier, award-winning … Continue reading Utah Wedding Videography Considerations

3 Reasons You Should Have A Wedding Video

While planning your wedding, you need to insist on a wedding video. Here are our top 3 reasons why you should make room for a wedding video in your budget. While?planning your?wedding, you need to insist on a wedding video. ?One of the top pieces of advice you will receive is to hire a? wedding photographer? you love. And we wholeheartedly agree — your photographer will capture photos of every detail you have so carefully selected, the emotion on the faces of friends and family while you and your love recite your vows, treasured portraits of your family members in attendance and so much more.But there?s another vendor who deserves … Continue reading 3 Reasons You Should Have A Wedding Video

Marryoke – The new cheesy wedding trend

For the last few years, couples made their special day unique by copying coordinated dance routines down the aisle and at the reception, after that one couple did it on YouTube. Now, there’s a whole new “unique” thing everyone is doing: Marryoke. Marryoke is lip-synch karaoke that a wedding videographer captures your guests performing at different times of the wedding. When they edit it all together, you get a music video of your wedding, set to the timeless song of your choosing: Classic wedding songs like Etta James’s “At Last” and — nope, actually, Marryoke is mostly done to songs that aren’t likely to stand the test of time, like … Continue reading Marryoke – The new cheesy wedding trend

Photography and Videography Styles Brides Want


2010 Photography and Videography Styles Brides Want Most Recent results from a photography and videography survey show that 2010 brides and grooms most (57%) interested in black and white shots and least (2%) interested in trashing the dress. Here is a list of photography and videography styles tracked in the survey from most intersested to least interested. Black and White Shots Pre-Wedding Shoot Reception Prints Candid Style Unexpected Angle Shots Engagement Session Wedding Movie Photojournalism, Documentary, or Indie Style Wedding Outtakes Contemporary Vintage Cherish the Dress Mixing Film and Photos Fashion or Fine Art Photography Style Rent a Photo Booth High-Definition Recording None of these Editorial Style Proposal Photography Boudoir … Continue reading Photography and Videography Styles Brides Want

Tips on Selecting your Photographer and Videographer

There are some really great photographers and videographers out there- make sure you find them.   With how much money you’re likely to spend on your pictures and video it’s no wonder there are so many people in the photography/videography business. Unfortunately, more is not always better and it can be hard to find a good photographer or videographer. Lucky for you, here are some tips on how to find a good photographer and/or videographer. First, you’ll want to talk to people and get some references. Did any of your friends or relatives get married recently? Ask them if they were pleased with the service they got. Another good source … Continue reading Tips on Selecting your Photographer and Videographer

Why Have a Wedding Video?

Your wedding is an once-in-a-lifetime event. Months of planning and effort go into putting together the perfect day. After the vows are spoken, the cake is cut, the food is eaten, and the bouquet is tossed, your most indelible memory of your wedding will be your professional wedding video. Photographs can only record moments in time, but a quality wedding video preserves all the sights, sounds, and emotions of your special day. A wedding video preserves more than just your wedding. Your dearest family and friends will gather for your wedding. Years from now, some of those people will be gone. Your wedding video will contain memories of grandparents, aunts, … Continue reading Why Have a Wedding Video?

Why Hire a Professional Wedding Videographer?

In today’s digital age, just about everyone owns a video camera. And in today’s economy, just about every bride is on a budget. A well-meaning relative or friend may have offered to video tape your wedding for you. There are many reasons why you shouldn’t settle for anything less than a professional videographer to preserve your wedding. Your relative or friend wants to be a part of your wedding, just as any of your guests. If they are trying to juggle participating in your event and video taping your event, they will likely miss the most important moments of your day. A professional videographer knows how to capture those special … Continue reading Why Hire a Professional Wedding Videographer?

Wedding Videography – Plan Your Shots

There are over 50 products to choose from for wedding videography. A traditional wedding video will include many of the following: Pre Wedding day products Opening Credits – A Hollywood opening with credit being given to the important stars of your own movie. Photo Transfer – Growing up video & pictures of the bride and groom. Courtship Photo Transfer – Pictures or video taken while dating. Genealogy Photo Transfer – Wedding photos of the Grandparent’s & Parents of the Bride & Groom. Bridal Video – A beautiful video of the bride in her attire. Love Story – A documentary style story of your relationship. Date Video – A fun filled … Continue reading Wedding Videography – Plan Your Shots