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Suggestions during your Wedding Shoot

MAKING THE BRIDE GLOW

Allowing natural light to fill rooms wherever you are during your wedding day is the best thing you can do to make yourself look better in your film. This means maybe letting the makeup artist know that you would rather be by the window while getting ready. You can also make sure that all of the blinds are open in rooms as well. 

LET's BOOGIE

Who doesn’t love a little music to move to while getting ready for your special day? Just keep in mind the louder the music is, the more potential exists to ruin our audio. Specifically, all the lovely dialogue exchanged during your preparation. If possible, keep the music low or off all together.

DON'T MIND YOUR MANNERS

YOU are NEVER in our way!!! Tell your wedding party and other guests not to worry about moving out of the way of our shots. Let us move around you. We strive for beautifully natural looking cinematography and the best way to do that is when people are moving about freely. We promise to capture every detail for your final product! 

KEEPING IT IN MOTION

Here at Webster Media we shoot all of our footage on DSLR cameras. In Simpler terms, we tend to look a lot like photographers to the guests at your wedding. Please let people know that we are shooting video not photographs. Clarity all around means better looking shots for your final product. We’ve gotten a few “photo requests” from guests at past events who were a little disappointed when they didn’t find these photos in the photographer’s final event album. 

ALL THE LITTLE THINGS

The first look & gift/note exchanges before the walk down the aisle tend to deliver some of the most unique, memorable, and sweet moments ever captured. This is your day. You call the shots. That being said, you might want to give one or both of these ideas a second look if you haven’t incorporated them already. It is always the little things that set your wedding apart and make it one of a kind.