Wedding Videos - Are They Really Necessary?

People have made comments in the media lately that professional videos of weddings are not only not needed but a waste of money. They base these statements on the perception that with the price of small digital video-cameras dropping while increasing in image quality, plus software editing programs being bundled with the camera or with computers, anyone, a guest or amateur video-guy can shoot and edit a quality video for free or for little cost to the bride and groom. Click here to learn more about budget wedding video.

The opposing view is that unless a professional video-man is used - someone who is experienced in capturing all the events of your special day by using a high quality camera with backups of batteries, tapes, a spare camera plus a video tripod; the bride and groom could be in for a nasty shock, I guess a shock created due to planning your special day on a budget. The professional camera operator also has the editing done by a professional editor using professional editing software, producing a professional wedding film. The nasty shock mentioned caused by having an amateur video shooter could be a shaky, blurry, incorrect color, low sound, jumpily-edited, missed-shots laughable disaster.

What do you think, go amateur and save money or go professional and pay? Does anyone have thought on this topic or tales of wedding video disasters and/or magnificent video productions?

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