Wedding Videography

WE'LL RECORD...

  • Wedding ceremony

WE'LL USE...

  • One videographer
  • One camera angle
  • Professional audio recording

YOU'LL RECEIVE...

  • Full-length video of the wedding ceremony

WE'LL RECORD...

  • Wedding ceremony
  • Reception

WE'LL USE...

  • Two videographers
  • Two camera angles
  • Professional audio recording

YOU'LL RECEIVE...

  • Full-length edited video of the wedding ceremony and reception
  • Hilight video of the recording for social media

WE'LL RECORD...

  • The bride and groom’s preparation prior to the wedding
  • Video from any photography session that is arranged
  • Wedding ceremony
  • Reception

WE'LL USE...

  • Two videographers
  • Two camera angles
  • Professional audio recording

YOU'LL RECEIVE...

  • Full-length edited video of your entire wedding day
  • Hilight video of the recording for social media

WE'LL RECORD...

  • Two pre-wedding videos (Engagement story, save-the-date, etc.)
  • The bride and groom’s preparation prior to the wedding
  • Video from any photography session that is arranged
  • Wedding ceremony
  • Reception

WE'LL USE...

  • Two videographers
  • Two camera angles
  • Professional audio recording

YOU'LL RECEIVE...

  • Two pre-wedding videos (Engagement story, save-the-date, etc.)
  • Full-length edited video of the your entire wedding day
  • Hilight video of the recording for social media
  • All the raw video files of your wedding day

``I WISH WE'D GOTTEN A WEDDING VIDEO``

A good photographer is usually one of the essentials on a bridal to-do list, and once the big-budget items are secured, additional options like videography are crossed out. But a Moncton filmmaker believes videography isn’t a luxury—it’s a precious commodity that increases in value the longer it lives.

“One of the first things prospective brides tell me at consultations is that their friends—who’ve gotten married a year or two before—tell them they wish they’d found the money to have a wedding video,” says Robyn Bulmer, of Bus Twenty Studios in Moncton, New Brunswick.

Twenty-five years down the road, she adds, couples can hear their own voices and see why they fell in love with each other. “You can’t eat the food again, but you can see your reaction when you tried it. You can see and hear grandma again, your nieces and nephews who’ve since grown up…other people who are dead and gone. You can remember how you felt in that moment. When you said your vows…oh, whoops, you said them wrong and everybody laughed. I think that’s really romantic. Photos can’t show you those exact reactions.”

While a photographer’s job is to lead and direct the bridal party toward the perfect shots, Robyn says a videographer aims for invisibility. They circle the action—because to them the precious bits of the day are not the perfectly-timed shots, but the nervous giggles and silliness in between each one. Capturing such a precious window to your past requires time, however. Depending on the package, a videographer can spend 16 hours (or more) shooting an entire wedding, plus 20 to 40 hours in the editing room afterward.

Robyn graduated from an independent New Brunswick film school in 2014 with her sights set on a documentary career, but there weren’t exactly throngs of production companies beating a path to her door. She picked up Maritime film gigs here and there: corporate and non-profit promotional videos, live recordings of events, music video—and the occasional wedding, which she grew to love.

“I believe that every love story is beautiful,” she says. “I like the whole process of getting ready and being there to document the start of a couple’s new life. It’s exciting.”

Trends come and go in video, just like any other industry, but Robyn believes authentic style—and value to the customer—is found by sniffing out the real story. “Each couple has a personality, and their wedding party forms a culture. I’m not too worried about looking like anyone else, cause there’s no one else like the people in front of me.”

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