Not getting a professional wedding videographer is a regret that many married couples share after their wedding. This article covers five complaints about wedding videographers. If they could go back and do it over again many couples would be more careful in selecting their wedding videographer. By taking a few precautionary steps couples can prevent getting the wrong videographer and enjoy their wedding video for years to come.
The first complaint about wedding videographers is that they took too long to deliver the wedding video after the wedding. The most time consuming part of making a wedding video is the post production editing. “The videographer promised that we would get our wedding video in 3 months and it’s been 6 months and still nothing,” said the bride.
The second complaint about wedding videographers is that they did not get along with the wedding photographer during the wedding. For example, the videographer and the photographer both wanted to get the same angle of the bride walking down the aisle and the videographer got in front of the wedding photographer.
The third complaint about wedding videographers is that their on-camera lights were too bright.
The fourth complaint about wedding videographers is that the sound quality of the wedding video was poor.
The fifth complaint about wedding videographers is that they did not show up at the wedding. “We paid a deposit in advance and the videographer did not show up,” said the bride.
Better business guidelines suggest that couples get the wedding video service terms in advance including the time of delivery, refunds, deposits, and finally the couple should consider paying by credit card so if the service is unacceptable the charges can be disputed. The couple should also ask to see sample wedding videos to review the style of the wedding video as well as the visual quality and sound quality of the wedding video service.
Contact Gabriel Soltren at: info@Soltren.net or (407) 504-1627 for a free wedding video consultation at our Orlando, Florida office.