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July 16, 2019 Off By Crystal Watkins

A wedding is one of the most important and significant part of a couple’s life. It is the ceremony of the union of the persons who wish to become one in front of the holy sacrament. Everybody who plans to get hitched wants the best for their wedding and they also want it to be memorable. Aside from photos, taking videos is also one of the most important ways for you to keep the memories of your wedding.

You don’t need a marketing degree to figure out that if four times as many people stay on your site that means four times as many people are getting your message. That is a huge increase. Wouldn’t you like to increase your revenues 400%? I know I would!

Most wedding videographers do not pass this cost on to each client. Instead, they hope to provide quality film so that the investments are met within the first 3 years of business operations.

Not only do they have services as a wedding photographer but also as a Videographer. They also document your wedding through a video. You will not only have to rely on photos when you reminisce your wedding but you can watch it all over again. It will make you feel as if you are present in your own wedding.

I suppose that thought never occurred to me because when we create Wedding Videos we run two different crews and have a group of trained guys ready to make up a third video crew when needed. We actually can be in more than one place at a time.

There are some companies out there with great artists who will attack your wedding with the force of a commercial production crew, give you an unbelievable finished product and can justify a high price tag. And there are some “hobbyists turned pro” who shoot in standard definition and will try to charge you over $1,000 to show up and hit record. Just be sure that you find the best of what you can get within your budget and don’t overpay for no good reason. P.S. POP Video’s wedding coverage starts at $1,395.

If it weren’t for the wonders of the internet, and the ability to post our favorite memories online, I don’t think anyone would get to see our children running and playing, secure in the knowledge that they are free from worry and safe from harm. What a wonderful world we live in now that we have the internet and our memories right where everyone can get to them, even that nice man who is sitting in that cable van out front with the laptop. You know the person; he is the one who slumped way down in his seat when my husband left for work. Why more people do not post their memories online is beyond me. I would sure like to watch their videos. I would bet many people would. Oops, I have to run. Someone is at the backdoor.