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iPhone Wedding films
Want to see all those silly faces, big laughs and terrible dance moves again?
Why use an iPhone and not a professional camera?
It has more feeling, atmosphere and is focused on the content and not the tech. It will take you on a journey, and make you feel like you’re back there at your wedding again.
Don’t worry, the quality is so good you wouldn’t guess it’s made on a phone. Your final film will be 3-5 minutes long and set to music with snippets of audio included (depending on quality of sound on the day – we don’t use external mics or recorders in order to stay low key and informal).
If you want a full wedding video, you can hire a videographer for all the bells and whistles. If you want a snappy imperfect film that shows the vibe of the day as if it was taken by an all-access-pass guest that you won’t even notice filming, then you can book one of our iPhone wedding videos!
£300 for an iPhone wedding film.
Benefits of an iPhone wedding film over a camera video
It bridges the gap between guest footage and expensive professional footage.
Footage is more candid and less perfect (that’s what we love about it – we’re not trying to replicate a high-end slick Hollywood video)
It’s easier to do than on a camera, because I can take photos at the same time (I mount the phone on top of my camera!), and I’m not having to fuss over settings and miss stuff.
You can double up film and photos of the same moment, because the phone is mounted on my camera, so while I’m filming, say, the first kiss, I can also get a photo of it at the same time! Making videos on my camera was always a choice between photographing and filming a moment.
Footage is super smooth without using a gimbal. Yep, smoother than a professional camera! This is why I can easily film and take photos at the same time.
I can deliver it more quickly because I can edit and upload from my phone.
It’s less intimidating and intrusive during the wedding day – you won’t even notice us filming.
It’s perfect for anyone who wants a “shot from where the action is, like a guest” film without having to source [sometimes wonky and drunken!] footage from guests and edit it all together.