Capture your wedding from a new perspective
We often see wedding videos that resemble a movie a trailer, but what about all the amazing candid photos and videos that your guests post on their Instagram story?
Social media and emerging tech changed how we capture significant events and relive memories.
We have tips on how you can capture your wedding day in a unique way, while keeping it authentic.
GoPros are often used to shoot wide angles and footage from obscure places in HD. You could consider adding a GoPro to your wedding bouquet. Imagine watching your wedding from the lens of your bouquet? Relive the ceremony procession or relisten to the meaningful conversations from the head table. A GoPro will create a unique and memorable way to relive your special day.
Wouldn’t it be fun to hear about your guest’s experience on your wedding day?
Consider setting up a tripod with a camera and have fun question prompts for your guests to answer on camera. Give detailed instructions to a vendor or a Tik-Toking cousin to manage this space. Ask your guests to share how they met you or what they think you’ll be doing in five years’ time.
In an earlier blog we reflected on the new normal: livestreaming weddings. As an alternative or in addition to live streaming your wedding, you can share the high-quality, fulsome, post-wedding video with your absent guests. This would make a beautiful keepsake and be very special for family and friends who might not be able to make it in-person.
If these organic and natural video elements sound like something you are interested in, then you should discuss your ideas with your videographer and photographers. Your videographers might be able to edit the organic content in post-production and create something special for you. Or maybe you want the footage melded with your videographer’s professional footage. Regardless, tell your vendors what you are looking for and they will have some creative ideas for you.
Not sure which vendors to connect with? We would be happy to help you. Get in touch with us today.