If you’re reading our blog, chances are you’ll be getting married sometime this year (or encapsulating the moment of another couple’s involvement). Congrats and wishing you all the very best !!!
You’re probably also going through the meticulous process of meeting with cinematographers (or clients if you happen to be the cinematographer ) and trying to come up with an intuition for a wedding film that is neither vicious nor epigraphic.
To help you in this pursuit, we bring you a list of what’s progressing to be the top wedding cinematography trends in 2018-2019 or maybe beyond that!
- Freeze Effects: There are two separate types of video capturing techniques that do this. Being the wedding photographer in Kolkata, you can use any of these or both as required.
1.1. This is simply a single frame held for a few seconds. Often used to accentuate a particular moment. Like the Varmala or Bridal Shower.
1.2. Objects stay in place, but the camera becomes evident to move around them. Many movies, commercials, live events like wedding, etc. started to use this technique right after motion picture The Matrix came out.
Of Course, both of these techniques can be time-consuming and requires a maddening degree of masterminding. But the fruit is pretty sweet and delicious.
- Aerial View or Drone camera footage: Drones are accomplished enough of recording certain frame of references that you simply cannot get on the ground. And no, I’m not just talking about those bird’s eye aerial shots of your ceremony lied closed in the middle of a picturesque estate. We’re also talking about candid moments that capture the suspense and hullabaloo of the day.
- Wedding Invitation Video: Wedding video invitations have been around for a long time, typically in the form of cute logbook montages or motion graphics pictures. Recently, however, the bar has begun to lift and now some couples are going to great lengths for their wedding teasers. So if you’re into Wedding Photography business, you can offer this Invitation video as a complementary to their Pre-Wedding Photoshoot. While some people may see these extravagant Save The Date videos as over-the-top and borderline vainglorious, there’s no denying that they mark a super fun emigration from the cliche old postal invite.
- Highlights Video: In the era of ever-declining attention spans, compiling a 5-minutes highlights reel to share or mail along with your wedding video is a consummate must.
- 3D Photo Montage Show: Still images, which are generally taken during engagement or pre-wedding, are digitally manipulated to appear three-dimensional—special effects and music can be added as well. So if you’re looking for a bit of entertainment that will admire your wedding guests, this could prove to be well worth the money.
- Pre-Wedding Film: You can use your Pre-Wedding film as a backdrop of your wedding. You can even use it’s a glimpse as a creative save the date poster.
Hope this blog will help you out to identify the trends and options which are suitable for you.