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10 Hot Videography Trends for 2014!

Without a doubt, the biggest regret we hear from recently wed Knotties is that they didn’t hire a videographer—but wish they had. And we have never, ever heard of a couple that captured these magic moments on film but wish they hadn’t. 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 that you may be anticipating. Okay, now that you’re (hopefully!) convinced you should hire a pro to film your wedding, here are the 10 latest and greatest trends in videography you should ask them about.

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Save-the-Date Videos

Short videos announcing your wedding dates—or even just the news of your engagement—are quickly becoming a creative alternative to the print version. "My clients are using them on their wedding websites and sharing them digitally," says Josh Rask, videographer with the Clark + Walker Studio. "It's a lot of fun and I think it's a more personalized and interactive way for our couples to announce their wedding date or engagement." This trend immediately sets the tone for a tech-savvy celebration.

Video: Love + Brain Films