Wedding Date: 05/09/2010
Reviews Posted: 1
- Favorite part of the wedding video? Anything beyond ceremony & reception? If I had to pick a favorite part it would be the first dance. I can't bear to watch the beginning because so many pieces were missing from the tea ceremony. I watch the reception and am excited and then sad because he left out pieces from the night. How do you capture all the guests and bride's family doing Karaoke and none of the grooms family. We are embarrassed to show his family.
- How did the videographer avoid disrupting the day? He sure did, but not capturing some of it. Our photography captured every moment, including all the times the videographer was standing in a corner with camera pointed to the ground.
- Did the videographer capture all important wedding moments? Candids? Interviews? I think there was one and it really wasn't an interview. He was doing a walk by all guests seated and my friends were able to do a shout out.
- Tone of the wedding video? I have absolutely no idea. I just know that when I asked him for more footage, he said there was none because he had to take breaks. Not capturing one of the ceremonies is unforgivable. Its been more than a year since the wedding and I thought I would be over it, but I'm not so I'm here to write a review and warn all the brides and grooms. Don't waste your money on this videographer.
Overall Rating: 2.2 / 5.0
Vendor Comment:I am very sorry to hear once again of your disappointment with your full wedding video. We take pride in our work and hope that our attempts to provide you with as much extra footage as possible helped to complete your DVD. While I do not agree with the statement of taking repeated breaks, I still understand your frustration and hope that you are able to continue to enjoy the moments captured on your wedding film. Thank you for taking the time to share your comments with us.