5 Tips for Choosing a Singapore Wedding Videographer

Published: 18th March 2011
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This article carries 5 tips on how to choose a wedding videographer in Singapore.

Wedding Videos has been gaining popularity in Singapore the last few years. While Photography is still the must have for all weddings, videos can be a great addition to your wedding experience. 5 years on, you could revisit the vows he made to you, the laughter from your friends and take in the smell and the sights from 5 years back.

Tips for Choosing a Singapore Wedding Videographer

1. Visit Their website. Magazines, online search (Google, Yahoo, Bing, etc) or Word-of-mouth will be the usual way any bride or groom look for a wedding videographer. You shouldn't be looking at the first videographer ad on the first page you see. Instead, visit their website and find out more about them.

2. View their online portfolio. In this digital age, you can speed up the process of making an informed purchasing decision. Any current videographer worth his salt would have an online wedding portfolio of work for your viewing pleasure.

3. Shortlist. Look through their online portfolio and you can tell a lot from their technical skills and ability to deliver a quality product. Things to watch out for includes but not limited to: are most of the shots stable? The audio clear, loud enough or distorted? Of course, you should look for the style that you want i.e. Romantic, documentary, cinematic, funny, etc. Look through 2-3 of their videos and make sure it is consistent.

4. Make an appointment. ALWAYS. Always meet your videographer in person. A wedding videographer in Singapore is pretty easy to reach, considering that we live on a small red dot. Could the videographer answer most of your queries? You must feel comfortable with them and make sure they are not artists with attitude. I've heard of horror stories... A professional wedding videographer holds customer service in high regards, next to the perfection of their craft.

5. Decide on the deliverables. 3 sets DVDs? Highlights? Same-day edit? Full length edit? Each will cost you. Consider it an investment when you look at it 15 years later and feel a rush of love for your other half when he said his vows. Ask how long it would take to complete your wedding video... you wouldn't want to wait 2 years. Usual timeline is about 3-6 months.

Choosing a Singapore Wedding Videographer is never an easy task. With a little bit of planning and background work, you will be able to find one within your price point and a professional videographer for your wedding.

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