Jun 07, 2008
HD inVision ~ Hi Definition Videography & Editing
About four months before our wedding we made a last minute decision to hire a videographer. My fiance and I decided that we'd rather spend the money and have it than to not have a wedding video and regret it. We found Robert through the knot message boards from reviews of other brides and we had also emailed with a few other vendors. For price, quality of video, and package contents we thought he was unmatched. We really liked that he has professional editing skills and has worked on television shows. We didn't think you could find a videographer like that. We also liked that he had an actual second shooter instead of an unmanned stationary video camera. He was very fast in responding via email and followed up with us when he had questions about the wedding music and the timeline. On the actual day of the wedding we barely noticed he was there! He was never obtrusive and he really covered all the details of the wedding. After the wedding he kept us updated of his progress with the video which was great. He also posts a short highlights video on his website a couple weeks after the wedding that we were able to share with our family and friends (Cynthia and Garland The Rose Center). When we received our video we were amazed! We had seen his samples prior to booking him so we knew his work would be good, but we were seriously in awe. The video really encompassed our whole wedding day and even captured moments we didn't realize existed! We are so happy that we have our wedding video to relive the moments. We just received our wedding album recently too, but really having a video and watching yourself walk down the aisle again and hearing the music evokes a much stronger memory and emotion. My husband told me right after we watched our video for the first time that it was one of the best decisions we made. Robert is super talented and easy to work with. We were shocked that he was still free on our wedding day with only four months to go!
Services used: Videography