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© 2013
Historical Accounts of
Wedding Videography
© 2013
Before anyone came to know about high-definition wedding video technology, the
progenitors of video, such as 8mm, 1...
© 2013
(6) THE EXPANSION WEDDING VIDEO SERVICES. Most of the wedding
professionals across the globe expanded their main se...
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The background of the circumstances surrounding the development and movement of wedding videography is very important, especially to individuals who are new to the video industry.

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Historical Accounts of Wedding Videography

  1. 1. © 2013 Historical Accounts of Wedding Videography
  2. 2. © 2013 Before anyone came to know about high-definition wedding video technology, the progenitors of video, such as 8mm, 16mm and 35mm films, were among the firsts to be introduced in the market. To recount the movement of the wedding video industry, here are some facts: (1) EARLY DEVELOPMENT. Essentially, wedding videography is an art that requires resourcefulness. The early life of video industry started when films, such as 8mm and 16mm were the only devices that were available and capable of covering moving pictures. The film technology, however, had a number of limitations, one of which is the "four minutes loading time." This limitation required the camera operator to reload another cartridge every after four- minute exposure of the film device. At any rate, many people still enjoyed significant profits in wedding video documentations using films. (2) LOW-QUALITY AUDIO AND IMAGES. The development of wedding videography proved to be primitive. Early camera devices produced fuzzy photos with not-so-good color and audio quality despite the presence of bright lights. In fact, those devices were too big that another cable is required so they can get connected to the video recorder system. In effect, this feature limited the movements of the video operator. (3) THE ADVENT OF CAMCORDERS. The Sony technology made way for camcorders. Such a device made it possible for the masses to realize that wedding video coverage and documentation were not only for the high-class individuals but also for the common folks. The early users of this technology included hobbyists and a number of video professionals. (4) FORMATION OF WEVA. Wedding videographers started to make themselves more stronger in the early part of 1990s. They formed the largest group of wedding video professionals called "Wedding and Event Videographers Association" or WEVA. The formations of international groups that mainly advocate wedding video development encouraged most camera and video professionals to look forward for something better. (5) THE POST-PRODUCTION METHODS. With regard to post-productivity techniques, the video toaster creativity proved useful in the 1990s. After that, the NLE (non-linear editing) system, an inexpensive way of editing photos and images was introduced. Film editors made way to earn more profits in using the NLE technology. Shortly thereafter, the advent of recordable DVD system greatly improved the image and delivery quality of wedding videos.
  3. 3. © 2013 (6) THE EXPANSION WEDDING VIDEO SERVICES. Most of the wedding professionals across the globe expanded their main services by covering not only marriage ceremonies but also all sorts of "events" that require documentation, including but not limited to music videos, anniversaries, family biographies, graduations, christenings and birthdays. As the video industry gets more in demand, public consumers have so much options, such that they can easily shop for affordable wedding video packages. (7) PRESENT DAY DEVELOPMENT. Other than the introduction of high- definition video programming, the blu-ray disc technology also prevailed in the market. Production tools like steadicams, sliders, live webcasts, as well as many software options for editing became available.

The background of the circumstances surrounding the development and movement of wedding videography is very important, especially to individuals who are new to the video industry.

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