1. Same-day-edit Wedding Video
The name itself suggests what it is. And it is very helpful if you want to show your ceremony on the reception, i.e. on the same day! Your videographer will catch your wedding, edit to form a short video and you can screen it in the evening. This makes a nice attraction for your guests on reception and also those who couldn’t attend your wedding, but attend reception, can watch it.
2. Mixed-media Video
If you want you can get your wedding video shot with more than one media or style. Your videographer can do that for you, by mixing formats like cinematic style, documentary and grainy Super 8 videography. Most of these effects can be created after wedding.
3. Proposal Video
You will hire a good wedding videographer for your big day, s/he will shoot it and you will watch it again and again in the future. But will you remember the moment from where this golden story started – the moment when he proposed you? If you want to enjoy it again and again, hire a videographer to capture those intense moments without being intrusive.
4. Cinematic Video
Film style is timeless. In this format, the videographer will mix black-and-white and color footages which create glamour. Cinematic style looks formal without appearing stuffy.
5. Wedding Music Video
Only a bold couple can ask for this style of wedding video! But you also have to agree that there is nothing more special than it. Also it is an awesome way to ensure that all your guests make camera presence for at least some time.
Plus, there are many more; some other time about them!
AaronRoseWeddingVideo.co.uk is a wedding videographer in Manchester who is considered to be one of the premier wedding videography companies in the UK. They can accommodate any UK or destination wedding, and pride themselves in creating more than just highlight reels, an in-depth, emotional story of your big day.