Expert advice about videography

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Caught on film

Caught on film

Q. A friend has recommend that we have a videographer, but we haven't budgeted for one. Should we cut back on other things to book one?

A. Mathew Horne says: It's often years of hard work, stress and planning that go into make your dream wedding a reality. A video is the perfect way to memorialise every aspect of it.

It allows you to remember the little things that you might otherwise forget, capture your family and friends in those heartwarming moments and record the speeches and vows that bring you to tears.

It might not be as costly as you think. A free consultation to discuss your needs can cut out any unwanted details that might bump up the price. This will allow you to re-live your day as often as you'd like, but without the worry of losing out on other important aspects. Lots of my customers say they didn't want to regret not having a video. Make sure you're confident in your decision – whether that's to book or not. Videography is often an afterthought that ends with the newlyweds saying, “I'm so glad we did it!”.

Mathew Horne

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