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More about Wedding Videographers in London
You did it - you’ve exchanged the vows, shared a toast, eaten the cake, and danced the night away. The day went by in a blink of an eye, and all that’s left is the memories. Why not relive the best day of your life again and again with a top-quality video rehashing the event?
Do I Need a Videographer for my Wedding Day?
While the wedding photos have a place in the home, there is nothing quite like a video keepsake to remember the day by. The videographer’s job is to capture the day’s events, from the moment you are the centre of attention to the fleeting in-between instants. When the celebrations are a distant memory, the click of a button transports you back on the dancefloor, surrounded by your nearest and dearest.
How do I Choose my Wedding Videographer?
There are certain things to consider when choosing a wedding videographer in London. It’s important to research what’s available in your area, browse their websites, and view their past event work. You might have a preferred style that you want to be reflected in your own film, so don’t settle for anything less. When meeting with a videographer, remember that they will be by your side for almost 8 hours on the day, so it is important to gel well. Ask if they have assistants or second videographers available for the day to help split duties and ensure nothing is missed.
How Much does a Videographer in London Cost?
Costs for a videographer vary depending on experience, reputation, venue location, and coverage required. Average prices range from about £40 to £250 per hour. If paying by the day rather than the hour, costs can start as low as £100 to £1,500. In London, fees are typically higher than in other areas in the UK, with an average wedding videographer costing about £1950. Videographers cover either the full event (up to 8 hours) or just parts of the day, which can also impact the final cost. Packages are usually divided into a basic or premium option with possible add-ons to meet budget requirements.