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11 Hot Wedding Videography Trends

Without a doubt, the biggest regret we hear from newlyweds is they didn't hire a videographer—but wish they had. And we have never, ever heard a couple say they wish they hadn't captured these magic moments on film. Today, wedding videos take on a cinematographic feel, and lame music and awkward sound bites from guests are relatively rare, so don't worry about the cheese factor you may be anticipating. Okay, now that you're (hopefully!) convinced you should hire a pro to film your wedding, here are the 11 latest and greatest trends in videography you should ask about.

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Short-and-Sweet Cuts

Nobody (besides you) wants to watch your entire wedding on repeat. The rest of your friends and family only really want a highlight reel. "That's why short-form wedding films and trailers are trending and will only become more popular," says videographer Nathan Delack of Chicago-based Delack Media Group, who has worked with Oprah Winfrey as well as thousands of brides.

Video: Delack Media Group