I was recently asked to transfer some old local Tipperary Wedding
Videos to DVD, some of them were about 10 years old, the picture quality was quite good but one major observation stands out and that is the style of the production. The old videos had a retro look about them, very safe camera angles , no movement of the camera, not any low angle shots. Today’s style of Wedding Video Film is much more entertaining the whole production now has amazing pace, shots and angles change quickly.
Latest Wedding Video Trends : While the technological side of wedding videography has come a long way over the last few years, the advances in style have been just as impressive. A growing number of wedding videographers in Tipperary and munster have applied their skills to creating a totally new style of wedding video with the finished product reflecting the quality of an independent film. The idea isn’t just to tell the story of your wedding day, but to highlight the characters, the conversations, reactions, and moods which will give the viewer a sense and feeling of the wedding beyond the typical footage which was recorded on the day. When creating wedding videos with this style, the videographer will spend more time in the editing room, but all the extra time spent editing will pay-off. The end production will result in a wedding video that even your friends will want to look at over and over again.
Wedding Day Video Slide-Show:
This concept has become widely available in wedding video packages. It is also known as a same day edit, footage from the day is loaded on a powerful laptop then it is cut, edited and produced to a very high standard. The finished product is a short highlights movie that can be played in the main function room just before the first dance and it will become a one-of-a-kind keepsake. “They’re popular to play on the wedding day for that extra wow factor Keep in mind that it requires at least 2 hours of editing and because of that, it can be more expensive. That said, if you’re looking for a bit of entertainment that will awe your wedding guests, this could prove to be well worth the money.
A wedding Trailer
This intentionally dramatic spin on the typical highlight reel serves as a preview of your wedding video. Picture a roaring epic movie score, special editing effects, and maybe a voice-over. The trailer is usually done a few weeks after the wedding. It has a more intense style than a highlight reel, and it’s designed to make you want to see more. Think of it as a teaser to show family and friends while waiting for your full-length video. Every videographer’s style is different, but the idea is to share a glimpse of some emotional moments without giving them away. Visualize your lips almost touching, or include a vox pop describing a funny moment from the day, then a fade to black. After the wedding, if the bride and groom want to show off their trailer, they can create a link on Facebook to send to friends and family or put on their thank-you cards.
Trash The Dress:
The wedding is over and now you have a dress that you’ll likely never wear again hanging in your closet. Giving it to a local charity that supports low-income brides is a wonderful gesture, but if you’ve been dying to let off some of the steam that built up in the planning stages, consider a “Trash the Dress” video. Brides jump in a puddle of mud, let kids put their sticky little hands all over it, or rip it to shreds with their friends—this video is all about having fun. While it’s not a necessary piece of wedding memorabilia, it could be one of your favourite keepsakes its also great therapy to go mad every now and again 🙂