Wedding Videographer Council Bluffs IA

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Skyline Entertainment Productions
(402) 658-5590
Omaha, NE

Gerald Video Productions
(402) 541-4498
96th & Q
Omaha, NE
Chasered Productions
(319) 231-1160
1531 Newell St.
Waterloo, IA

GCH Video Services
(563) 359-5604
1935 E 47th PL
Davenport, IA

Memories that Last
(319) 325-7176
Iowa City, IA

Council Bluffs Video Services
(712) 256-2079
235 Pickardy Lane
Council Bluffs, IA
Divine Creations Video
(319) 230-8746
2215 West 7th Street
Waterloo, IA

Brek's Video
(563) 557-9624
1800 Cannon St.
Dubuque, IA

Tri State Video Service
(712) 944-5622
404 East Main St
Lawton, IA

Aspire Video Productions
(319) 830-6082
4056 Sergeant Rd
Waterloo, IA

10 Questions to Ask Your Wedding Photographer

10 Questions to Ask Your Wedding Photographer
Photography is an extremely important part of your wedding planning . Once the big day is over, you will want your memories preserved for a lifetime. Perfect Wedding Guide expert Susan Southerland offers ten critical questions to ask your wedding photographer to make sure you get exactly what you want.

Question #1: What do you consider your photography style to be?

Photojournalistic pictures have become very popular. The photographer captures events as they happen without a lot of posing. Some people prefer more traditional photographs where most of the photos taken are posed. Many photographers now combine both styles very well. Familiarize yourself with the different types of photography before you go shopping so you know what style you like.

Question #2: Do you shoot color, black and white, or both?

When photography was exclusively shot on film, photographers had to carry multiple cameras to capture people and events in both color and black and white. Now with digital photography, everything can be shot in color and converted to black and white. Some people say that the artistry of the black and white photo is lost in the conversion. If black and white photography is important to you, you should make sure you love the finished product whether it is shot with film or digitally.

Question #3: Do you bring an assistant or second photographer?

Some wedding photographers will bring second shooters with them while others only bring someone to carry gear. Make sure you know which you are getting.

Question #4: Do you work well with videographers?

Videography is an important part of preserving memories. Some photographers work well with them, others find them intrusive. If you want both a photographer and a videographer (which I highly recommend) make sure your photographer is aware and happy.

Question #5: Do you correct your photos?

With digital photography most wedding photographers can fix their photographs. They will take out imperfections, hide some wrinkles and blemishes, and maybe even get rid of a double chin. Find out if your photographer has that capability and if they charge extra for the service.

Question #6: Will the photographer give you a high resolution cd of your images?

Some photographers will willingly hand over the rights to your photos so you can have copies printed at will, while others prefer you to purchase your reprints directly with them. Find out your potential photographer’s policy prior to signing a contract.

Question #7: Are you willing to have input on the photos that we want?

Some wedding photographers will gladly work with a shot list while others will not. If you have specific photos that you want taken, make sure your photographer is happy to accommodate your requests.

Question #8: Are you the actual photographer who will be shooting on my wedding day?

If the answer is no, make sure you see your actual photographer’s work. Photography is an art form; no two eyes are exactly...

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Choosing a Wedding Videographer: What to Ask

Choosing a Wedding Videographer: What to Ask

When you meet with any wedding professional, be prepared to do a little homework to find out what exactly it is you want for your wedding video . With this information in hand when you go in for your one-on-one, you will be better prepared to ask questions to gain understand of all the services the professional will provide. Below are some of the most important questions to ask a wedding videographer, which can help you decide who will be the right fit for your wedding.

  • How much experience do you have in shooting wedding videos?
  • Do you have samples from previous bookings, and may we see them?
  • What wedding video packages do you offer, and what are their differences?
  • What other services do you offer?
  • Do you use broadcast-quality video equipment?
  • Will you use a single or multiple cameras?
  • Will you shoot our wedding alone or with assistance?
  • Will you shoot and edit my wedding video or will someone else?
  • What special effects and narrative techniques do you use?
  • How do you incorporate sound into your videos, and will our ceremony be clearly audible?
  • Are you willing to incorporate childhood photos, previously shot video and honeymoon material into the final product?
  • Does your fee include duplicate videos? If not, how much will each additional copy cost?
  • Do you retain of our first-generation video and for how long?
  • Can we purchase that first-generation copy?
  • How long after the...

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