Aidan Blunt reveals why you should book a videographer

Aidan Blunt reveals why you should book a videographer: Image 1 Credit: www.aidanbluntcinematic.comOur big day is fast approaching, and we’re thinking of booking a videographer, but we’re not sure what to look for. Do you have any tips?

"Before you make contact, research and decide which style of film you like best. Documentary films are generally an hour long and shown in chronological order, while cinematic versions are shorter and tell the story in a more stylistic way.

"Videography uses expensive equipment, and editing can take between 60 and 100 hours, so bear this in mind when looking at prices. If a supplier seems cheap, then it’s unlikely you’ll be getting a polished final product.

"Most videographers offer a no obligation face-to-face meeting so they can explain what they offer and their style. I highly recommend you take them up on this, and if they don’t offer it, ask for a consultation. Don’t book without meeting them first!

"When searching online, look to see whether they have a physical address associated with their business. Also, check out their reviews and social media posts. This is a great way to get an insight into how enthusiastic they are about their work.

"If you’ve chosen your photographer, ask them for recommendations. Your videographer and photographer will work hand-in-hand on the day, so it’s important that they get on."

To find out more about Aiden, visit www.aidanbluntcinematic.com

 
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