Wedding Videography Trends
Wedding videos are more than just a four-hour day of blurred images and amateur music. Modern videographers are able to capture precious moments and preserve them forever digitally in formats that won't go out of fashion. It can be hard to find the right person to tell your story of happiness and joy. There are many portfolios available. Valencio Visuals selected the most popular styles & techniques. Enjoy them while letting your creativity run wild.
Moments not traditional
This is an occasion for you, your partner, and all those who supported this day. The traditional wedding video focuses on the bride/groom but clips of their families are shown throughout the day. All nieces and nephews present are included. Imagine everyone beaming as they are shown together just hours before they celebrate what is certain to be a happy anniversary with their family.
Interview segments Voiceovers
Voiceovers and interviews are also possible to add emotion to your video. This idea is used in Kevin's two-video collection. This collection includes both voiceovers from relatives and recordings of Pei Yein's siblings talking about their childhood memories with their mom. This project is touching and will leave you with tears in your eyes.
You don't have to start your video with your morning routine. Couples can choose the clip they like best. This could be either one of the spouses delivering vows or another addressing newlywed. Eric and Shana's prelude is a great idea. This video shows them fighting in the water on camera, just days before their wedding. This may be more entertaining than the typical opening scenes. Sibling rivalry can add spice to the proceedings every once in a while.
A drone, or flying robot, is used to capture aerial shots of the couple. Oliver and Weiyen wanted an exciting race sequence to film, which is what most couples want. The heart-pumping music stops and the video zooms into their bedroom, with lights flashing. It looks as though you're just waking from a deep sleep. When reality hits, there's breakfast at your side. In this dreamlike scene, we see him opening cupboards. This is part of the "Ollies" wedding videography service.
Stop Motion Savings
It's a joy to watch Oahu, the videographer for video weddings, before and after the wedding celebrations. Before moving into action, the couple begins with captions and photos. To create a fun and entertaining display of their relationship, they combine stop motion animations with moving clips from the film. The video was short and sweet. It will contain music, captions, pictures, and sound effects. It was very quiet between the scenes.