Jeff and Taryn Bills / Serendipity Videography

Cutting Edge Videography Now Available for Weddings In Sedona

Emmy Award Winning Videographers, Jeff and Taryn Bills Give Professional Insight

Wedding Videography isn’t what it used to be. Years ago it was a guy in jeans with a video camera and hit record.  Bride’s got their entire day’s footage with no editing.  Today’s wedding videos are called “Wedding Films.”  The professional term is referred to as “Wedding Cinematography.”  Wedding films are now highlight films.  They are customized movies of the day’s events.  They are cinematic and tailored to a couples wants and desires. Because of the evolution of wedding cinematography, a wedding film has become a “must have” in a bride’s budget as opposed to an option if there is money left in her budget.  There are options for wedding cinematography ranging from style of shooting and editing, to showing guests part of the wedding film shortly after the wedding or even at the actual event!

Three emerging trends are the wedding movie trailer, same day edit and time lapse.  A wedding movie trailer is a 2-3 minute mini-highlight film that is sent to the client within 2 weeks of their event.  It gives the couple a taste of things to come and holds them over while the editing of their finished film is completed.  Couples love wedding movie trailers because they are extremely anxious to see some part of their wedding film.  With the trailer, they get something right away and they can share the short film instantly with family and friends.  See a sample of a wedding movie trailer from a wedding at The Enchantment Resort in Sedona by clicking HERE.

Another extremely popular trend right now is the same day edit.  This is where a portion of a wedding day is edited on site.  The piece can be shown to guests attending the reception or posted online that evening to be shared with guests who were unable to attend the event.  The following link is a perfect example.  The bride’s Grandmother was too ill to travel. The couple wanted the ceremony edited at the event and posted online that evening to show the bride’s Grandmother. While her Grandmother was unable to travel, she was able to share in the festivities and see her granddaughter walk down the aisle.  See a sample of the same day edit by clicking HERE.

Still another fabulous trend taking cinematography by storm is the use of time lapse videography.  We have the ability to shoot one frame every few seconds over a specific period of time.  For example, if a ballroom is being transformed for a reception and the bride wants that transformation represented in her wedding film, we can show her that transformation with the magic of time lapse.  She gets to see how a basic ballroom became the reception of her dreams… all compressed into about two minutes!  Feast your eyes on this spectacular time lapse evolution of a ballroom at The Royal Palms in Scottsdale that was transformed into a pinkalicious elegant affair by Sedona Wedding Studio members, Events By Show Stoppers.  See the video HERE

Article by Emmy Award winners and Sedona Wedding Studio members, Jeff and Taryn Bills, Serendipity Videography.

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