Wedding Videography Start to Finish - Unlike other kinds of photography, wedding videographers have to get it right the first time. Often, there is no time for a second chance shot of that special moment. In that sense, it becomes one of the most challenging art forms around. This book tackles many of the problems you'll face when shooting affairs such as poorly lit venues, uncooperative families, angles and many other issues.
Clients don't like excuses and this book will teach you how to maximize your chances for delivering the best product imaginable. Other topics covered will include choice of gear, lighting, client expectations, wedding etiquette, legal issues and product delivery.
About the Author:: Joanna Silber has been making wedding videos since 2000, working primarily as an editor, but also as a shooter. During this time she has seen enormous changes in equipment, software and effects technology, as well as changes in market expectations. Her video experience also includes documentary, educational and industrial work. She has taught Final Cut Pro editing as an Apple Certified User for several years at both UC Berkeley and the Bay Area Video Coalition.