Jensen Wedding Films
Professional Wedding Video has made remarkable progress in the last few years. The new digital cameras can capture your day in razor sharp detail and lifelike color. Many of today's professional video cameras are extremely light sensitive - rendering stunning quality even at your dimly lit wedding or reception. And new shooting and editing techniques not only make wedding videographers less obtrusive, but more creative.
Your finished DVD's have an average shelf life of up to 200 years, and if properly stored may outlast your photographs. Interactive chapters in these DVD's allow you to instantly view any part of your wedding video, your vows, cake cutting, baby pictures, etc.
professionally produced wedding video captures the powerful emotions of the
wedding day like no other medium. The quality and longevity of today's
wedding video is also an heirloom for tomorrow- for generations to come. Many former brides feel that their video was their best wedding investment.
The best way is through referral. Ask your photographer, your caterer, or your florist. Ask recently married friends who have been happy with their videographer. Attend a
where several videographers' are showing their work. Remember that you are not buying a wedding demo but a full-length video. And don't forget the videographer's
listed on this website!
Book appointments to see full-length video at your wedding location.
Don't wait to book your wedding videographer last. The best wedding videographers are booked well into the following year. Don't be caught having to settle for "second best."
The quality of Professional Wedding Video may vary dramatically from
company to company. In the Sacramento Market, expect to pay between
$1500-$4000. The average price for quality wedding videography is about $2,500. You
will usually pay for what you get. Professional Wedding Videography
is an investment.
Poorly produced wedding video will have much less value in
the future than will a polished, well shot and edited record of your day.
Several large, multi-crew wedding video companies have recently
entered the Sacramento market. Beware of companies that aggressively attempt
to sell you on
polished work from their best wedding videographer or editor,
but book you with
a different, less experienced crew.
Insist on viewing ONLY work from the videographer you
are considering hiring to capture your wedding day. And know who will be
editing the final product.
What ultimately matters is great camera work, timely editing, and creative artistry. That comes with years of experience and continuing education. Many of Sacramento's best wedding videographers belong to the Sacramento Professional Videographer's Association (SPVA) and WEVA International (Wedding and Event Videographer's Association). These professional organizations offer the latest techniques to hone the skills of the nations best videographers. Is your wedding videographer an active member?
Many of the top Sacramento Professional wedding videographers and photographers are now posting updated information and work on their web blogs. You can see our new wedding video blog HERE.
Professional Wedding Videographers from Sacramento and from around the country recently set a new World Record for the number of video cameras to professionally video tape a wedding at the Tsakopoulos Library Galleria!- view here