Certain film techniques can be quite ambitious, but if executed correctly, these can be absolute show-stoppers. Of course, this also separates the wheat from the chaff— as these treatments are highly specialized, they may require a lot more in terms of coordination, editing, and manpower in general, not to mention sheer talent and ability, to successfully pull off.
Here are a couple of wedding film styles that we find absolutely amazing. If you like these styles as well, and you’re shopping around for a wedding videographer, you might want to ask them if they can do something like these for your special day:
1. 3D PHOTO MONTAGES
One of the most interesting trends out now when it comes to wedding video production is the 3D wedding montage.
A lot of the footage is shot prior to your big day, and the still images are digitally enhanced to appear in glorious 3D. The result is an incredible, stylized piece of work that brings all those little details and emotional highlights to life.
Executed well, your 3D wedding montage can be a real showstopper. It does require a lot of prep time to edit and produce, so while it might be a bit pricey, the final product is a one-of-a-kind movie you and your guests might want to watch over and over again.
2. FREEZE TIME FOOTAGE
Think of this as a leveled-up Mannequin Challenge, properly supervised, directed, and shot by a capable wedding video production team.
It might be a challenge to get your guests to cooperate with you for an ambitious group shot such as this, but if you’re somehow fortunate to wrangle all your VIPs together and get everyone to play along, the result can be quite amazing.
An alternative is to work just with your entourage, or just select family and friends, but as you can see how much more grandiose the effect is if you somehow get all your regular guests in on this fun little project.
THE 38TH BEFORE I DO WEDDING AND DEBUT FAIR
Looking for a wedding photo and video team to work on your save-the-date announcements and wedding trailers? You’ll find a number of very capable wedding video production teams who would love to be your official videographer for your upcoming dream wedding.
Talk to our selection of wedding vendors and suppliers– photographers, jewelers, caterers, venues, hair and makeup artists (HMUAs), and coordinators, among others– take the time to sit down with them to share your ideas and preferences, and see if they can achieve the final product or look you really want.
The 38th Before I Do Wedding and Debut Fair happens on Saturday and Sunday, November 23 and 24, 2019 at the SM Megamall Megatrade Hall 3, with over a hundred wedding vendors and suppliers you may want to check out in time for your wedding day. The floor is open from 11:00 AM to 8:30 PM.
We’re showcasing a free food tasting by the good people of Hizon’s Catering at the event, so sign up for that ahead in advance at our website, www.beforeidobridalfair.com.
Register today to enter the fairgrounds for FREE (upon presenting your event tickets at the registration booth by the entrance). Get in touch with the Before I Do Bridal Fair team via email (firstname.lastname@example.org), or by phone at 8809.3119 for more details on joining as an exhibitor.
Some of our featured exhibitors in attendance include Artistry by Maru Rodriguez, Diamond with Love, J’s Diamond Jewelry, T. M. Lewin, Sep Vergara Fine Jewelry, Shades by Shella Makeup Artistry, and Bellapix Photobooth.
The 38th Before I Do Wedding and Debut Fair is a production of VRC Creative Events Management Corporation, and is made possible by the continued love and support of our event partners and sponsors: Hizon’s Catering, Sound Level, WhenInManila.com, TagaytayLiving.com, TheTopKnotters.com, Kasal.com, The Mango Farm, Dangwa Florist, MetroTech, Megatrade Hall, SM Megamall, and Simply Beautiful Events.