Well this is an interesting question. We see it as the following. Wedding videography is the basic capturing of a wedding using video equipment with one person. Wedding cinematography is based on a team (two or more) capturing a wedding also with video equipment. Put simply Wedding Cinematography allows for cinematic techniques which one person simply cannot capture if they were to work alone and results in a huge different in coverage and visual aesthetics.
Yes you can, if you scroll down this page you will see an advert for Whirlybird Imaging. Contact them and they will give you with a no obligation quote for your day.
Good question, you get 1 x USB containing all files. The Preview, The Feature, The Full Ceremony and the Full Speeches
Well it depends hugely, I have one filmed a wedding where all the speeches took 1h 45mins and another time all three lasted 4 minutes (no i’m not joking). Church weddings are normally longer than civil ceremonies too so there is that to consider. But in terms of The Feature, thats a little easier, roughly 15 minutes for the “Forget me not Package” and roughly 25-30 minutes for the “Orchid Package”, as it contains The End Sequence and The Outtakes, as well as a more cinematic feel all round.
Of course, these are purely for guidance. We are more than happy to discuss further.
Sorry no, the software companies that made the ‘DVD Burning’ we use, no longer support it anymore, so we are stranded on that one i’m afraid.
Again this varies due to business, but overall the contract says between 12-14 weeks. If you are getting married more towards the end of the year, those figures are more accurate.
Yes i’m afraid we do. Within 10 miles of GL6 9BZ its free, but outside that its 40p per mile, which will be included to the remaining invoice.
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