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On the fence about whether you should get a wedding video or not? Did you know that one of the biggest regrets brides have after their wedding day is that they didn’t get a wedding video. You’ve probably read all the pros and cons about wedding videos, but here are the two most overlooked reasons as to why having a videographer on your wedding day is more important than you think.

1. After months and months of planning, your wedding day finally arrives, and it goes by in a flash. There is so much of your wedding day that you forget or never see. The pre-ceremony prep, your vows, the ceremony itself, the reception, all go by so fast you hardly have time to take it in. What makes a wedding video so different from wedding photographs, is that you get to see and hear everything that you missed or forgot. Ask a friend or family member who were recently married… ask what they remember about their ceremony….their reception. Chances are, a lot less than you would think. A wedding video brings it all back, and then some, and let’s you relive your wedding day over and over again.

2.  You always hear from people older than you how fast the years fly by. Well, in this case they’re right. Ask a friend or family member who is celebrating their 5th, 10th, or 20th wedding anniversary, and they will tell you they can’t believe how fast the years have gone by. How long has it been since you graduated from high school or college? 10 year reunion coming up? Went by quick didn’t it. With a wedding video, you can go back and relive your wedding day like it was yesterday. With the HD quality of today’s cameras, you’ll experience it as if it were yesterday. Do your parents have a wedding video? Do you wish they did? Can you imagine your kids watching grandma and grandpa getting married? Do you wish you could see your grandparents wedding ceremony? How young everyone looked? A wedding video is not only for you, but for your family and future generations to come.

All our videos are shot in Cinematic Documentary style. We present your wedding day as it happens. All the main parts of your wedding day are shown in their entirety. Your ceremony, your first dance, your dance with your parents, cake cutting, toasts, and your bouquet and garter toss. All there for you to experience at anytime. Wedding Videos are great to watch on your wedding anniversaries. It brings back all the reasons why you fell in love and got married.

Email or call us today to book us as your wedding videographer.             kelly@langdonvideo.com        www.langdonvideo.com        702-645-3831credit photorecessionalstaircasedawnlight_Fotor

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It’s been awhile since our last blog, but thanks to all our Brides and Grooms for choosing us to document their Wedding Day, and for keeping us so busy. We met couples from all over the world….Australia, Scotland, England, Canada, Ukraine, France, and at least a dozen or so of our own states. This year we saw an increase in Weddings stepping out of the norm. There were themed weddings: 1920’s, Pittsburgh Steelers, Old Vegas, Costumed, Elvis, Chinese, and Scottish. Along with the normal wedding venues, we also filmed weddings at The Grand Canyon, Valley of Fire, on the top of the High Roller, Mt Charleston, Nelson, and Red Rock Canyon. We even had a helicopter pick up the Bride and Groom at the end of the reception, instead of using the typical limo ride. So when planning your wedding day, don’t be afraid to be different. Surprise people, throw in those little touches that show personality and distinguishes your wedding day from the rest.

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stressed-bride

  • What if it rains on our outdoor ceremony?  This is Las Vegas…chances are pretty slim. Most of the wedding we do are outdoor weddings. We have never had one rained out. Some close calls…but we have never been rained out.
  • I want our vows to be perfect.  Write your own. Don’t rely on the officiant to say how you feel about each other…speak your own words to each other. How perfect is that.
  • I’m really shy…I don’t like to be in front of large groups of people.  These are your family and friends. Once you get up there, you won’t even notice 95% of them. Just concentrate on the task at hand. Look into each other’s eyes, speak your vows slowly and clearly, make sure his ring is sized to never come off, and follow all the officiants instructions. Everything else will be a blur. That’s why you are having your wedding videotaped…remember.
  • What if I’m running late?   Your Wedding can’t start without you. Just don’t be too late. There is a large group of people who can’t wait to see how beautiful you look.
  • I Hate Having My Photo Taken.  Too late now. Get ready to have hundreds of photos taken of the two of you….and you will cherish everyone of them….and you’ll look beautiful.
  • I don’t know how to dance…I’m a little worried about our first dance.   You and just about every other Bride and Groom. Unless you’ve taken lessons, you’re in the same boat as almost everyone else. Pick a slow song, stand close to one another, rock back and forth, look into each others eyes, and you’ll be fine.
  • What if things don’t go perfectly?   Perfectly? Wedding? Not gonna happen. A lot of ingredients go into your Wedding Day. Wedding professionals, guests, weather, traffic, transportation, venues, accommodations, and all those little miscellaneous items that took you hours and hours of work and planning. No wedding day goes perfectly. Instead of stressing out, remember, if anything does go wrong, one day you’ll just end up laughing about it. You’ve done all the hard work, your wedding day is here, so now just relax and enjoy this special moment in your life. There may/will be bumps, but don’t let them ruin your day. By the end of the day, you will have been married, danced, partied, and had a great time….honest.
  • If you’ve hired the best professional vendors you could find: Planner, Venue, Florist, Officiant, Photographer, DJ, Videographer, Hair & Make-up, Caterer, Bakery, etc…, let them do the jobs you hired them to do so you can relax and enjoy your wedding day. No matter what happens, your wedding day will always be a day you will never forget.

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We have met with a lot of couples over the years.We’ve tried to take all the questions we have received about our videos and services and incorporate them onto our website pages. Anything not addressed on our pages have been addressed on our FAQ page. We want our prospective couples to be able to have as many questions answered on our website before they choose to contact us. There are some things that come up in our meetings with couples that we thought we would share here.

Short Videos: Some couples don’t want their video to be so short that most of their wedding day ends us on the cutting room floor. “Cinematic” wedding videos do tend to be short. We’ve seen them as short as five minutes for the whole wedding video to an average of fifteen to twenty minutes long. They are beautiful to watch, but they do edit out a lot, especially when the ceremony itself runs about 15-20 minutes long. Some do offer raw footage on a DVD, but trust us, watching raw footage of your wedding is not the preferred way to watch your video. Most of our clients want as much of their wedding day in their video as possible. That is why we shoot and edit in Cinematic Documentary Style.Your video is presented in full length so you get to see your wedding day as it happened naturally. Our videos average approximately 90 minutes in length.

Quality: Unbelievably, a few wedding videographers are still shooting in the 4×3 standard definition format. A recent bride said that her sister’s recent wedding video was square (4×3) and looked blurry. There shouldn’t be any reason these days that wedding videographers aren’t shooting their videos in 16×9 High Definition. All our videos are shot on Sony 1080p HD cameras. For full HD viewing, we recommend watching your video on a Blu-ray disc.

What you don’t see: Before coming to us, sometimes couples have already viewed other wedding videographers work. One of the concerns we hear is that their highlight videos look nice, but when they view an actual wedding video,sometimes it’s shaky and out of focus,among other concerns. We suggest that if all they offer are highlight videos on their website/youtube page, is to request a completed wedding video for you to watch. Besides highlight videos, we also have included one complete wedding video and two 20-30 minute highlight videos to view on our website/youtube page. This way our style of shooting and editing is there for you to see with no surprises.

Unprofessional: Another concern we’ve had come up is when they’ve attended other people’s weddings, sometimes the videographer is disruptive(in the couple’s face, bright lights), or unprofessional…camera in one hand, and a drink in another. This can also go for photographers. We did one wedding where the photographer almost missed the cake cutting because he was at the bar. When he got close to us, we could smell the liquor on his breath. Totally unacceptable in our opinion. We are there to capture your wedding day, not be a part of it. We try to be as unobtrusive as possible. One of the common comments that run through our reviews is that they were hardly aware we were there,which is how it should be.

What we offer:

*A full length wedding video, shot in Cinematic Documentary Style.
*All video is shot in beautiful 16×9 1080p HD video and delivered on Blu-ray discs.
*We have over 20 videos on our youtube page, so you can see if our style of shooting and editing is right for you.
*We are always professional, unobtrusive, and strive to present to you the best possible video.
*For answers to even more questions and concerns, be sure to check out our FAQ page.

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

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