Not all wedding videos are created equally. I don’t necessarily mean some are so much better than others from a technical or creative standpoint, but rather that different approaches and techniques require different levels of planning and execution.
We recently shot a wedding for a couple in Flatrock Newfoundland. It was an all day affair, with us showing up at the brides staging area at 8 a.m. and finishing at the reception around midnight. It really is a marathon shooting a wedding. We didn’t even really stop for food! However, we had a lot of fun and really enjoyed the vibe and being surrounded by all those happy people. One thing I didn’t realize was just how much of a window into these persons lives you really are peering into as a wedding videographer.
It is safe to say that social media has become a force to be reckoned with, with billions of dollars per year being spent by advertisers. Last year Facebook generated a whopping $26.8 billion in ad revenue, with about half of that coming from mobile usage. That is a lot of people looking at a lot of screens! So how do you get your product or service in front of all those faces?