The other day, Chris and I went with his Mum and Dad, to my parents house, to show them the church we will be getting married in.
I decided it was high time I used the video function on my camera, so I took some footage of the journey and the bits and bobs we did that day.
Since we got engaged I have spied some lovely wedding videos on the internet, and I really wanted a videographer for our wedding. However, as it goes, all the good ones are rather expensive! So, I decided to test out if I could edit together a relatively decent video myself, out of the footage I took on our little church expedition day. The idea being that we get a couple of friends to capture the highlights of the day, then I will edit them together afterwards.
My camerawork is rather shoddy in this instance (I'm sure you would never guess that I graduated with a degree in Media Studies!), but actually I quite like the effect this gives once you put it all together. It is that kind of home made style that wedding videographers seem to be trying to capture these days anyway!
I wish I had shot a bit more footage so that I could have made it a bit more pacey in places, but I'd love to know what you think. If you stick around to the end there is a VERY cute donkey.
Would you hire a videographer for your wedding, or perhaps you have already done so. Would you recommend it?