If you haven’t seen this showreel yet, check it out now! Look out for the next trailer in the coming weeks for the beautiful summer wedding of Alexandra and James. If you can’t wait for then, head over to Instagram (link right at the bottom of the page) for some sneak peeks!
The next incredible wedding location in my venue video series. Presenting Almonry Barn, Somerset. Very much looking forward to heading back to Almonry in May for the wedding of Charlotte & Adam. Check out Almonry's dedicated website for more information: https://www.almonrybarn.com/
Enjoy my favourite moments from this incredible farm wedding in Taunton.
Check out the new page now available for frequently asked questions, designed to help inform you about how I work, and ultimately ensure that you pick a wedding videographer that is right for you. Keep an eye out for the wedding trailer of Nick and Bobbie in the coming weeks!
I'm very excited to announce that I will be attending Drusilla's Wedding Fair at Drusilla's Inn in Dorset on the 15th April 2018! So, if you are considering a wedding video and would like the opportunity to see more of my work and meet me in person, then get the date in the diary and come along! Entry is free, I'll give more details as I get them. If you would like to know more about Drusilla's Inn as a venue, click the image below.
4K is a term we hear a lot when people are describing video quality. It's even mentioned here where I describe my service. So what do we mean by 4K video?
We mean, resolution. Resolution is the number of distinct pixels in each dimension that can be displayed. The more pixels, the higher the resolution, the better the image quality. For example, standard definition is the resolution of a standard DVD, and is 720 pixels by 480 (or 576) pixels. Standard definition is relatively low resolution, when compared with, for example, full high definition (HD), which is 1920 pixels by 1080 pixels.
4K resolution, is even greater than full HD at almost 4x the size. A 4K Ultra HD video frame is 3840 pixels by 2160 pixels. This substantial increase in resolution makes for a remarkable increase in image quality.
If you don't own a 4K television or computer screen, a 4K wedding video might seem excessive. However, even if video recorded in 4K is reduced down to standard definition (SD) to be presented on DVD, the final result is better than if the original footage were to have been recorded in SD. Recording in 4K not only improves video quality in almost every situation regardless of the method in which it is presented, but it is also a way of future-proofing your wedding video, as 4K displays become increasingly commonplace.
To finish off, I'm going to leave you with 3 reasons to opt for a 4K wedding videographer:
- Excellent resolution at 3840 pixels by 2160 pixels.
- 4K produces video with fine spatial detail.
- Retains higher quality when resolution is reduced for presentation on DVD.