Who has had or is having videographers for their wedding? Does anyone regret NOT having one? Would anyone recommend having it?
My fiance thinks wedding videos are a little awkward and over the top. I'd somewhat agree, however, now that we may not be able to invite our full guestlist, I think it would be nice to have something special to show the guests that we are going to be unable to invite due to Covid.
I contacted a videographer today, and let him know that we don't want anything edited or "cinematic" - if I want to edit some stuff together, I can do this myself. He said that he would be able to do raw footage of the ceremony and speeches for under $1000, which seems pretty reasonable to me (I think?). The only thing is, he recommended 5 camera angles and 2-3 videographers. This seems like it would be SO over the top and distracting to me.. especially with a photographer on top of it.
If you had videographers at your wedding, did you find it distracting at all? I just really don't want to take away from our moment because we have 6 different cameras in our faces...