David Tutera: Don’t Skip Videography

February 8, 2015

David Tutera, Wedding Expert, stresses to Brides and Grooms to make sure not to skip on video.

I always insist that my clients consider booking videography on top of photography. Then, they always ask, “Can my photographer do my videography?” The answer is that while they probably can, my advice is that you hire a separate expert, allowing the photographer to focus just on what he or she does best.”

One of our favorite moments is when the bride walks down the aisle with her Father. Photo by @thompsonphotographygroup #southfloridawedding #video #weddingvideography

One of our favorite moments is when the bride walks down the aisle with her Father. Photo by @thompsonphotographygroup #southfloridawedding #video #weddingvideography

The reason why I insist on video? When your wedding is long over, you’ll sooner watch a video than look at your photos. And when you’re celebrating your 25th or 50th anniversary, you’ll want to see and remember your loved ones who have since passed on still. The movement of your guests set to powerful music is so much more impactful than looking at photos.

But that’s not to say that videography is a replacement for photos. No, photography is still so super important to me.”

We may be biased, but we completely agree!! We know that getting a wedding videographer is overlooked, but is a huge regret after the wedding day. We are happy you are considering videographer. We believe you should get a quality wedding video- even if it’s not with us- that is how much we know you will be happy to have it!

Read the whole article on Bridal Guide.

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