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Why book a wedding videographer through Airtasker?
Getting a wedding videographer is an essential part of wedding planning. Not only does the wedding video immortalise this special day - but it also creates a heart-warming story and cinematic wedding video that you, your family, and your friends can enjoy over and over. That’s why when picking out a videographer; you must get a trusted expert. Luckily, you can find one within minutes when you use Airtasker!
When you use our platform to book a videographer, you can easily find a specialist available for your special day. No need to canvass via multiple platforms! Just one post and you can reach dozens of videographers near you. You can also collaborate with the Tasker to achieve the video concept you envision.
Plus, you can check out their reviews and ratings before you book, so you have an idea of how they worked with other couples. Lastly, you can dictate your budget, so you don’t need to worry about overspending. Ready to find a wedding videographer near you? Tap the “Post a task” button to get started!
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Top Wedding Videographer related questions
How many hours of wedding videography do I need?
Around 8 hours is enough if you want the Tasker to cover the ceremony and reception, but this economical option may not include a wardrobe and makeup preparations and the afterparty. A 12-hour package, on the other hand, might be enough to shoot videos of you and your spouse getting ready or your entire reception and afterparty. If you’d like to have videos of every moment of your big day, a full-day or no time limit package is ideal.
What questions should I ask my wedding videographer?
When working with a videographer, ask them about their style - are their wedding videos of a more cinematic style, or do they use a documentary-like treatment? You should ask about how they choose the music for the film, or if you can select the soundtrack. Ask them about the equipment they plan to use if they’ve shot at your venue before if there will be a second cameraperson on the big day, and how long the editing process will take.
How long do wedding videos last?
It depends on your preference, budget, and the wedding videographer’s style. You can have a short film-type wedding video that runs for 10 minutes or shorter or a documentary that’s over 30 minutes long. If you want to be able to watch your wedding vows over and over and see the details of your wedding hair & makeup preps, a longer video is ideal.
How long does it take to edit a wedding video?
Usually, it’ll take between two weeks to three months to get your finished wedding video. This can depend on the Tasker’s load, the agreed-upon length for the video, and if you want to have rounds of revision and approval before receiving the final product.
If you booked a videographer to do a same-day edit to be shown at the reception, expect to pay a premium because the team will include an expert editor, plus high-tech equipment that’ll help the Taskers get your video done in time for viewing.
Can the videographer also handle the photography for my wedding?
It depends. Some Taskers may have a team and enough equipment for videography and photography, while others can only take on shooting & editing footage. If you want to find a wedding videographer who can also handle photography, place this in your task post. Or, you can hire a photographer near you by making a separate request on our platform.
Is hiring a wedding videographer worth it?
Yes, it is, especially if you get an experienced and highly-rated one through Airtasker. A good videographer will do more than just capture the highlights of your wedding - they’ll create a time capsule that you’ll be proud to share with your loved ones and can happily rewatch during every anniversary. Wedding videography is an art, and you can consider your wedding videographer an investment for your big day.
What do wedding videographer services include?
Creating a beautiful and unforgettable wedding video starts with picking a good wedding videographer. Airtasker makes it easy for you to find the top-rated videographers who will work with you to capture, edit, and create a breathtaking time capsule of your big day.
In general, you can expect a Tasker to provide the following as part of their wedding videography services:
Providing the video equipment
The Tasker will provide the cameras, tripods, cables, microphones, and other equipment necessary to capture your big day. They may own the equipment themselves or rent them - and this may affect their rates.
Creating the video treatment
The video treatment is a guide for the production of your wedding video. This can include whether you want a cinematic-style wedding video or a documentary-like treatment. The video treatment also covers the storyline, colours, music choice, and live audio (if live audio will be used).
For example, you and the Tasker may decide to open the video with a narration of your love story, followed by shots of you getting ready on the day itself. Some videographers may recommend against using live audio, while you may prefer to hear your vows again whenever you watch your wedding video. Weddings with several rituals, such as Asian weddings, may require you to orient your videographer, so they know what moments to focus on. (Or, you could tailor your task post and limit it to videographers who have covered weddings like yours.)
If you’re having a destination wedding, let the Tasker know, so they can bring a second shooter to shoot footage of the area or allow extra time to capture your wedding venue during its most beautiful moments.
Shooting the raw footage
On the day itself, the videographer shoots the raw footage. Depending on the package you get, this may start with you and your wedding party getting your hair and makeup done, guests arriving at the venue, the actual ceremony, the reception or the afterparty.
More affordable packages may limit coverage to just the ceremony and reception. In contrast, whole-day or unlimited time packages assure you that the Tasker will capture just about every moment of your big day.
Editing the wedding video
This starts with the Tasker backing up the footage and assembling the clips. If live audio is used, they’ll sync this with the video. Otherwise, they’ll lay out the music tracks, making sure that the song’s climax matches with the most dramatic moments of your wedding day. Then, they’ll create a rough cut. They may present this rough cut to you for approval before coming up with the final cut. Once your wedding videographer is happy with the final cut, they’ll colour-grade and export the video for you to enjoy and share with your loved ones.
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