Please check our wedding cinematography work for Yan and Bing's wedding at The Fullerton Hotel.
Team of SoloStep Studio who worked on the project:
Photography: Elena, Richard Chen and Chris Tan.
Images retouching and wedding album printing : Elena.
Videography and post production: Tracy.
Morning Make-up and hair style: Tina.
Evening make-up: Wati Manson.
Evening hair styling: Francisco Raquiza.
You may be surprised to learn that many couples decide to hire a videographer on impulse, and at times even long after they’ve booked and paid for everything else. They may be at someone else’s wedding and see the filming in action, prompting a “do we want this?” question. They may see some videos online and find they actually love the idea, even if they never considered it before. Or, simply, they may find they just want more memories from their special day.
If you never thought about hiring a videographer, or you are undecided about hiring one, we say – go for it!
One of the best things about a wedding video is that your family and guests, on that very day, will have a chance to record a few meaningful words from the heart, on camera. As the day flies by, chances are there will be some people at your wedding – friends, aunties, distant relatives – with whom you may not be able to share more than a few minutes on your wedding day. Imagine how touched you will feel, watching the video later, when you hear them thanking you for a fantastic day, and wishing you all the happiness you deserve.
Do not forget: You're hiring someone for their experience and talent, not just tons of their equipment. Trust your decision. On the day of, you shouldn't feel like you need to direct them or keep your eye on them. If you've truly done your research and fully vetted your videographer, you should have complete confidence in them.
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