An increasingly common choice for weddings is the use of a videographer in addition to a photographer. Wedding videographers are specially trained to gather video footage of the wedding ceremony and reception, and to edit that footage to create a single, easily watched video that effectively documents the most important day in the lives of the bride and groom.
Videography involves working with the wedding videographer to ensure that he or she has an unobtrusive place to observe the ceremony that still provides excellent visual access to the bride and the groom. During the reception, the videographer has to be able to move around the room to get the necessary shots.
When hiring a videographer, it is important to see examples of their previous work. This reassures the bride that the wedding videographer has the ability to capture the wedding ceremony in a tasteful way and that the reception is fully covered, all while keeping the finished video to a length that is easy to watch.
Videography is one way to ensure that the wedding is fully documented so that the bride and groom can relive this important day whenever they want.