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A Film Somewhat

Sep 01, 2020

The modern day wedding cinematographer is certainly somewhat of a film-maker, taking on the role to create an audio-visual account of your wedding day as it unfolds. Other than chronicling the moments of this special day, he or she also creatively weaves together each captured moment into a storyline that seamlessly narrates this milestone in life. Suffice to say, investing in a creative, artistic and experienced videography team is very much worthwhile.

The groom's entourage
Photo courtesy of Crossmind Production

Group photo after successfully fetching the bride
Photo courtesy of Ace Of Films

Radiant bride
Photo courtesy of 3PM Studio

The bridesmaids
Photo courtesy of Aplind Yew Production

Each professional differs from another, and one ought to consider the following :

  • How well you get along.
  • Cinematic style.
  • Artistry.
  • Deliverables i.e. what you actually get after the wedding.
  • The budget you have allocated.
  • Rates.
  • Size of team.
  • The processes involved from planning to conceptualisation, filming and editing.
  • Timeline for delivery.

Exchange of vows
Photo courtesy of Armadale Weddings

Capturing the details
Photo courtesy of Emvee Productions

The newlyweds
Photo courtesy of Jef de Studio

Arriving at the banquet
Photo courtesy of Light Feather Studios

Some advice :

  • Heed word-of-mouth recommendations from friends and referrals from vendors.
  • Leave it to the experts on the day of your wedding.

A portrait prior to the banquet
Photo courtesy of Motion In Style

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First dance
Photo courtesy of Subtle Films

Photo courtesy of Crossmind Production


Tip : Make an appointment to meet with our partner videographers listed here.