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Wedding Topics: New Trends in Wedding Videography

Esther Andrews, Newman Video Services

There is no doubt, the digital era is here. The cameras that are available now to professional wedding videographers make it possible to produce crisp and beautiful picture quality. With the new editing systems, a talented video producer can create a desired mood, and tell the story of your wedding in a creative and beautiful way. Using the new and popular DVD technology, a wedding video can be enjoyed for generations to come.

As a result, new and exciting ideas elevate the traditional wedding documentary into a heirloom creation the whole family can enjoy time and time again.

Imagine the whole family, parents, children and grandchildren on an anniversary day, watching the "Family Story," that was produced many years ago. The video includes stories of parents and grandparents, told using interviews and pictures of their own weddings. Can you imagine yourself sitting with your own daughter or son, when they want to get married, watching your "family Story", including your parents’ story and maybe also your grandparents? A history of a family, that otherwise would have been lost, can be captured beautifully, to enjoy for many years to come.

We recently showed a "Family Story" titled "Then and Now", on a big screen at a wedding. The video included the young couple’s story, compared to the parents’ stories on both sides, and the grandparent’s story. The mother of the bride told us that when she met her husband for the first time, she knew immediately that he was the one. The father told us, that although he has never told this to his wife, when he saw her for the first time, he told his friends: "I guess I am going to get married". Imagine the tears in everyone’s eyes, when they watched it on the screen.

Another popular choice that has emerged in the last year, is the "Wedding Story". In this case, the bride and groom to be engage us as early as at the time of the proposal, or the time of their engagement. We will follow the whole happy process from the time of the engagement, through all preparations for the wedding celebration, and document the feelings and events that lead to the big day. Similar to the TV program by the same name, the result is a touching and heartfelt documentary of this romantic period of time in the bride and groom’s life.

Whether a simple traditional wedding documentary, or one of the more elaborate wedding productions, you will cherish your wedding day memories and be able to share them with family and friends, now and for generations to come.






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