All About Weddings Journal

Wedding Videography Trends

Dec 15

You don't have to spend four hours filming your wedding. Instead, you can use them to capture your most memorable moments. can help you with it.

Moments not traditionally

This is an occasion to celebrate you, your partner, and all those who supported this special day. However, the wedding video focuses on the bride/groom but clips of the families are shown throughout the day. All nieces and nephews are included. This is just hours before they celebrate what will be a happy anniversary.

Interview segments Voiceovers

Voiceovers and interviews are a great way to convey emotion. Kevin's two video collection employs this idea. This includes recordings of Pei Yein's siblings talking about their childhood memories and voiceovers from relatives. This project is touching and will leave you wet at the end.

Attractive Introductions

The prelude to your video doesn't have to be about the morning preparations. This video shows them fighting in the water, which they recorded the day before the wedding. Sibling rivalry can add some spice to the proceedings.

Aerial shots

A drone, or flying robot, is used to film aerial shots. When reality hits, there's breakfast at your side. In this dreamlike scene, we see him opening cupboards. This is part of his "Ollies span>" wedding videography service.

Stop Motion Savings

It's a delight to watch Oahu, the videographer for weddings, before their big day. Their video combines stop motion animations and moving film clips to make a sweet and entertaining story of their relationship. The video will have music and captions. It also includes pictures.