How do you work on the day?

I blend into the background and capture the big and little moments as they naturally unfold. I also pay attention to the little details that I see on the day. I don’t orchestrate any setups or get people to perform cheesy routines. It’s a relaxed, natural documentary style which films people at their best, having a great time and enjoying the wedding day. Discretion and unobtrusiveness are very important to how I work.

What’s the difference between a wedding videographer and a cinematographer?

For my style, I borrow elements of both! It’s kind of a complicated answer so I have written up a little piece all about the differences between a wedding videographer and a cinematographer.

What is your editing style?

I strive to create a unique wedding film for all of my clients. On the wedding day, I get a good sense of whether a fast energetic or slower romantic vibe will best suit the couple. This involves editing the footage to appropriate music. I will choose a pace of storytelling that just feels right. It might sound like a cliche, but every wedding is different.

Can we choose the music soundtrack ourselves?

No, unfortunately not. Before editing begins, I select appropriate licensed music which best tells your story. The task of selecting music which has the right pace and mood and then editing this to the video footage is an important part of the overall creative process. Due to music copyright laws, we cannot use unlicensed music or songs for your wedding video. This is still the case even if the video is strictly for your own personal use. The licensing fees for the tracks used are included in the pricing.

Where are you based?

I am based in Wicklow, the garden county of Ireland! I travel nationwide to film weddings and if the timing and location are right, I’ll also consider taking destination weddings. Within Ireland, I regularly create wedding video in Dublin, Wicklow, Kildare, Leitrim, Meath and Waterford.

How soon will our wedding film be ready?

The usual turnaround time is usually anywhere from 12 to 16 weeks. During busier periods, it may take slightly longer. Editing can take a long time and we want to achieve perfection. Couples are always informed when their wedding films are ready for viewing!

What equipment is used?

It’s important to maintain a low key footprint on the day. For this reason, small cameras are used which are of very high quality. Discreet audio recorders are used for the ceremony and speeches. You probably won’t notice equipment on the day.

Do you accept credit cards and laser debit cards?

Yes, we use Stripe to process payments. The majority of major credit and debit cards are accepted.

We like what we see, how can we book?

Super! The next step is to get back in touch to see if we still have your date available. You will then receive a link to a contract and the secure booking page where you can pay the required booking fee. Then your wedding date will be in the diary!

How much does a videographer cost in Ireland?

This is a good question and it’s also a complex one. It requires a lengthy answer and so we’ve created a helpful guide to wedding videography pricing to assist your research.

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