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DeLuca Creative Media

Akron, OH 44333
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Business Description

DeLuca Creative Media has been providing wedding videography services to the Akron community for over 15 years. The group has a reputation for being easy-going, fun, and creative and offers basic coverage via a single camera, multi-camera setups, interviews, romantic stories, or MTV-style shorts. Brides and grooms receive their final video in full HD on Blu-ray disk, DVD, SD card, or Flash drive, and all footage is edited with the latest technology possible. A number of photography packages are also available for additional wedding day memories. The staff complete regular continuous education to perfect their craft and can provide corporate and non-profit video services as well to increase sales and/or awareness. DeLuca Creative Media has won two Akron-Canton Hot List awards for best wedding videographer along with a WeddingWire Couples'Choice Award in 2015.

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Destiny Fulfilled Entertainment, LLC

Euclid, OH 44132
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Destiny Fulfilled Entertainment, LLC is a wedding videography team in Euclid. Brides and grooms hire the group for full video coverage of their wedding day and can also request photography services as well. The full-service production team is known for its top-quality, creative work along with unique videos and professional editing and regularly provides both videography and photography services for couples, musicians, and artists at weddings as well as other special occasions, music videos, concerts, and promotional events. Destiny Fulfilled also provides writing services for short films, promos, and voiceovers. A full portfolio of past wedding videos is available for viewing on the company's website, and potential clients can also follow recent work on Destiny Fulfilled's Facebook page.

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Emotions in Video

Broadview Heights, OH 44147
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Emotions in Video films weddings for brides and grooms in Broadview Heights. Customers can choose from three different wedding video packages with varying amounts of coverage and services including a third camera, wireless mic, and an extended highlight video or childhood montage. Extra services available include a Love Story short on how the couple met, rehearsal dinner coverage, extra DVD copies, USB drive with video in wide format, a Trash the Dress video, Thank You video, and invitation DVDs. All videos are shot on widescreen HD video cameras, and couples can receive their footage on Blu-ray discs or DVDs. Interested parties can view multiple videos of past weddings on Emotions in Video's website as well as read through numerous testimonials from happy brides and grooms.

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Mystic Image Cinema & Photography

8448 Victoria Drive, Broadview Heights, OH 44147
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For more than 30 years, Mystic Image Cinema & Photography, located in Broadview Heights, Ohio, has provided videography and photography services to individuals and couples throughout the greater Cleveland area. It specializes in wedding photography including luxury wedding films shot with 4K technology. This family-owned company travels throughout Ohio and surrounding states to offer wedding videography services. The company was admitted to TheKnot.com's Hall of Fame and has been featured in The Knot's print magazine.

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Pixer Productions

Willoughby, OH 44094
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Pixer Productions has been offering wedding videography services in the Willoughby area for almost 15 years. The group captures a couple's big day in HD or SD widescreen 16:9 and delivers results in DVD/Blu-ray or a specified web format. Various packages are available including the Elite Package with 90 to 120 minutes of the bride preparing at home, footage of the ceremony and reception, a wireless mic on the groom, and coverage of photos taken between the ceremony and reception. Clients can also opt for a video of only the ceremony or reception as well as an editing service for footage provided, and various add-ons include wedding highlights, photo montage, and the limo bus ride. Videography services are also available for corporate events and training videos and other special events, and Pixer has photo booth rentals as well.

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Raise the Roof Entertainment, LLC

Valley View, OH 44125
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Raise the Roof Entertainment, LLC brings almost 20 years of combined experience in event production and entertainment to Valley View wedding video clients. The business is run by a local husband-wife team and utilizes the latest technology to deliver high-end HD videography for brides and grooms to remember their big day forever. Couples can look through a number of sample videos from past weddings on Raise the Roof's website including Save the Date videos as well, and a popular choice for sharing with friends and family is the "highlight video" with footage edited to a specific song. Additional services cover limited to full event planning, photo booths, photography, DJs, MCs, event lighting, karaoke, and various other event entertainment options such as caricature artists, gaming consoles, airbrush tatttoos, and trivia games.

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T-Star Productions

Willoughby, OH 44094
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T-Star Productions films weddings for couples in the Willoughby area. The studio aims to create cherished memories for brides and grooms to relive every time they watch their video, and potential clients can look at past wedding films on T-Star's website. The filmmaker and editor is dedicated to telling every couple's unique story, received a degree in communications from John Carroll University, previously worked at TV stations and video production companies in the Cleveland area, and also presently works as a ballet teacher. Videography is available for other life events, memorial photo montages, dance recitals, theatrical productions, and religious ceremonies as well, and the studio also handles videos for corporate messaging and productions. T-Star is a a certified CMHA FBE company and also films pre and post-construction videos, and all clients receive free consultations to discuss a desired project.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Introduction

Wedding day memories may fade over the years, but a wedding video preserves those precious moments for a lifetime. Hiring a wedding videographer is a wise investment that will allow the happy couple to relive their special day year after year. A wedding video is also a great way to share the day with family members and friends that couldn't make it. And with today's technology, videos can be shared and made widely available via social media, YouTube, and other online platforms.

From traditional weddings to vow renewals, hiring a wedding videographer ensures those special memories are expertly captured and edited and live on indefinitely.

What does a wedding videographer do?

The primary role of a wedding videographer is to capture your wedding day on video and produce a film that can be rewatched and shared with others easily. They provide all equipment, including cameras, lighting, and audio, and edit the captured video to create a story complete with music, speeches, and candid moments.

Do I need a videographer for my wedding?

There will always be parts of the day that are missed by the happy couple. From guests arriving and mingling to the confetti throw and cake cutting ceremony, the wedding video captures all of these moments perfectly. If you don't want to miss a single moment of your wedding, hiring a wedding videographer can be a wise choice.

What is included in wedding videography?

Most wedding videographers offer a range of packages to suit different budgets. Basic packages typically include one videographer and equipment, a short edited video, recordings of guests congratulating the couple, and a choice of music. Luxury and bespoke packages allow for extras and customization.

How many videographers do I need for a wedding?

The number of videographers required for a wedding will largely depend on the size of the wedding and the budget. For small weddings, one videographer should be sufficient. For larger weddings, a team of videographers will be able to cover more ground and ensure that every moment is captured.

How long should a wedding video be?

The average length for a wedding video is three to five minutes for a wedding highlights video or short movie or 30 minutes to an hour or more for a cinematic or documentary-style film.

What should I look for in a wedding videographer?

Experience is one of the most important requirements when selecting a videographer. They also need to have their own video, audio, and editing equipment and suitable insurance and provide a selection of packages to suit different requirements and budgets. Reviews can also steer you in the right direction.

How much does a wedding videographer cost?

While all videographers will charge varying prices, the average cost of a wedding videographer is around $1,800, with most couples spending between $1,000 and $2,500. The price will depend on a number of factors, including the length and type of video and the number of videographers required on the day.

How much is too much for wedding videography?

Even if you choose the most luxurious videography package available, you should still make sure you are getting good value for money. Always ask for a base package cost and for any additional items such as extra DVDs to be itemized separately so you can see exactly what you are paying for.

Why are wedding videographers so expensive?

One of the main reasons why wedding videographers are so expensive is because of the time and expertise it takes to capture the footage and plan and edit the video. Wedding videographers also need to pay for travel costs, insurance, equipment upkeep, and software to run their business.

How do you price a videographer?

The cost of a wedding videographer usually includes video coverage for the entire day, from the morning of the wedding through to the evening reception. The price also includes a film of the edited highlights in whichever format you prefer. You should always ask the videographer to provide a breakdown of costs.

Do wedding photographers do videos?

Some wedding photographers also specialize in videography. However, if you want your wedding to be captured on both photo and video, it might be best to hire separate services or a company that can offer both a photographer and videographer. Using a company that offers both services can often be cheaper than using separate companies.

How much does a wedding photographer and videographer cost?

The average cost of a videographer is around $1,800. To hire a wedding photographer, you should expect to pay an average of $2,000. All costs will be dependent on the individual cost structure of the company. Savings can sometimes be made if you hire a photographer and videographer from the same company.

How long does it take to get your wedding video back?

The time it takes for raw footage to be edited into the final wedding video depends on a number of factors, including the volume of work the videographer has, their lifestyle and schedule, and whether you have requested any specialist editing services. Most wedding videos are ready within 2-3 weeks.

How many hours does a videographer work?

A single wedding video shoot can take up to 8 hours. Then, there is the editing work to take into account, which will depend on the backlog of videos that the videographer has. It is not unusual for videographers to work 40 hours a week in peak wedding season.

How do I send a wedding video to a client?

Once the wedding video has been finalized, it can be distributed to clients in a number of different ways. From USB stick and DVD or Blu-ray formats to delivering the video via an online storage service such as Dropbox, videographers have many mediums to choose from when it comes to sending videos to clients.

How do I become a wedding videographer?

To become a wedding videographer, you need more than just good video and audio equipment, although that is essential. You'll also need vision and skill to stand out from the crowd. You'll also need to master video editing software so that you can turn your raw footage into a masterpiece for your clients.

How much do wedding videographers make?

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, videographers can make between $26,560 and $110,790 per year, depending on their experience and position in the market. Videographers working full-time hours may also be entitled to medical insurance, paid time off, and retirement savings.

How long does it take to become a videographer?

Anybody can advertise their services as a videographer overnight if they have the right equipment. However, to get a steady stream of bookings and build your reputation, you need a portfolio of previous work, positive testimonials, and experience. It could take months and even years to get to the required standard.

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