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Once you have decided that you must hire a wedding videographer its time to choose the correct fit person or company for your wedding. Videographers typically have one or two blended styles and its good to know the difference to assess what you prefer in...

Debs and Sam tied the know in Great Fosters were they used the beautiful orangery for the ceremony and the bridal suite for the bridal preparations. Debs was into the details, her room was immaculate when we arrived, she made sure everything was in its...

Tipis' and Carousels What a way to open your wedding reception with a real big carousel!!!! Kicking off the party next to the biggest TIPI I have ever seen was the most gorgeous Carousel which Claire and Jason opened when they arrived after the church ceremony....

Terri & James are the sweetest couple, with an outdoor ceremony in the middle of the countryside, the day was divine! Wedding Video Hertfordshire...

The new Mr and Mrs Porter had a simply stunning garden wedding in Western Super Mare near the family's hotel. We had a mini shoot in the local woods before the ceremony to take advantage of the gorgeous greenery on the doorstep. The woods were...

Many clients ask us this question and it's understandable. As wedding videographers we are always battling the stereotype of bulky cameras, cheesy zooms, old school and frankly awful films! The photography industry has given way to amazing smaller cameras that create cinematic and beautiful footage using prime...