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In our humble opinion, wedding videographers are way underrated. The toasts, your vow exchange, the look on his face when you walk down the aisle -- all possible with a wedding videographer. So instead of nixing the idea of wedding videography from your list, consider it one of the best ways to document your wedding day. And luckily, wedding videography is a growing market, so your selection of wedding videographers is far from sparse. Start your research by browsing the local wedding videographer resource guide to get recommendations on a variety of reputable wedding videographers (in varying price points) in your area. Before booking a wedding videographer, be sure to ask for plenty of samples of their work. Just like wedding photographers, wedding videographers each have their own individual filming and editing style -- you want to be sure to get a videographer who shares your vision! Many professionals have websites where you can view their work, or you can book a consultation. Read up on what questions to ask your wedding photographer and videographer during an interview, as well as the latest wedding videography trends. Some videographers will give you both the raw footage and a shorter edited video to share with all your friends and family, and others will even do video save-the-dates and day-of edit videos -- all great ways to document your wedding day.
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