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These days it seems the majority of videographers deliver to their couples highlight video’s ranging from 5 to 20 mins as their final product. Because of this, we receive requests for our raw footage from time to time. As wedding videographers, we feel obligated to deliver a wedding video that covers your wedding day in full, as we feel that is what our couples are looking for and requesting. Our completed wedding videos run an average of 75 to 90 mins in length. We understand that when a completed and delivered video only runs less than 20 mins or so, there has obviously been a lot of footage removed, which is why raw footage may be requested. Our wedding videos are shot and edited in such a way that raw footage is not necessary. We use all usable footage to tell the story of your wedding day. We include the ceremony, first dance, specialty dances, cake cutting, bouquet and garter toss, etc…, in their full length in the final edit. Below is a link to a video showing the comparison of a Final Edit and the raw footage it was culled from. This footage is from the pre-ceremony segment of Sara and Jeff’s Wedding Video. As you can see, nothing of importance was left out that took away from the final edit. In fact, the raw footage without any color correction, color grading, added filters, and corrected audio, make for a less pleasing video to watch.

Let us know if you have any comments or questions about this video.

http://www.langdonvideo.com     kelly@langdonvideo.com     702-645-3831

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