Because of this I also understand the importance of a budget, and sticking to it… do we need a 5 course meal? My heart and stomach say yes, but the bank is saying no. I do think it’s important to have a videographer though, because a video captures so much more than a photo… the sounds, the genuine smiles and the overall fun and romance of the day. But this doesn’t have to be ridiculously expensive. I’ve seen wedding videos look stuffy, old fashioned and straight-out boring. I’ve also seen these same videos cost in excess of a thousand pounds!
I make refreshingly modern videos (even the vintage ones can be modern), at a genuine budget price. I believe a wedding video should truly capture the essence of the wedding, the guests acting natural and the couple in all their glory. Most of all I believe a wedding video should be personal, and no two should be the same.
Because of this, I can create a wedding video package to suit your needs. A typical package however would include:
I always send all of the footage along with the finished product, and offer to create any stills from the footage if the couple want. And it’s not happened yet, but if there’s something you don’t like about the finished video, just let me know and I’ll change it!
This lovely couple asked for a wedding trailer and the full ceremony. They’d decided not to have speeches at the wedding. They wanted the video to reflect their vintage wedding, and I threw in a little something extra for free!
1. The wedding trailerWedding – The Stables Whitby from Tim Ewins on Vimeo.
2. I’m not going to post the full ceremony on the website, as that’s something that’s private to them, but here’s a fun little intro I made before the ceremony begins…Before the wedding – wedding video extra from Tim Ewins on Vimeo.
3. A little something extra… I was told the couple are big fans of Monty Python, and I knew they wanted to capture the silly elements of the wedding as well as the romance, so I made them this out-takes video as a sort of wedding gift.Out-takes from a wedding from Tim Ewins on Vimeo.
I’d love to come and film at your wedding, ask for a quote here