As you prepare for your big day, one concern you may have is feeling camera shy. When your wedding day is being filmed, the desire to present your best self is understandable, yet the idea of being in front of a camera can be quite intimidating. You might be questioning, “Am I supposed to look directly into the camera? Will they capture unflattering angles of me? What if I feel uncomfortable?”
Having concerns about staged moments and interruptions during your special day is completely natural. We want to assure you that a videographer’s approach is designed to minimize any disruptions. There won’t be any camera clicking or flashes to distract from your walk down the aisle. Your experience should be seamless, just as you’ve envisioned it, without unnecessary interruptions.
Remember you’re not on a movie set with a videographer! You won’t find us yelling “Action” or “Cut,” and you won’t feel like you’re on a movie set. The focus is on capturing what naturally happens, without interfering or orchestrating staged moments. This means you can fully immerse yourself in your day, confident that you will end up with clear audio and beautiful images.
But don’t just take our word for it. Here are testimonials from couples, much like yourself, who may have initially felt camera-shy:
“CinemaCake was excellent! Very professional. Didn’t even see you guys during the event but somehow got all the footage!”
– Jenna and Jason
“Even during the first look with 9 people in the room (3 photographers, 3 videographers, and 3 planners) I didn’t even notice they were there. They found a way to capture all the raw emotions we were experiencing without us feeling like we were being watched.”
– Arielle and Ethan
“Honestly, we barely noticed videographers were there which is crazy seeing how much footage you were able to get. Couldn’t recommend you enough.”
– Lauren and Alex
Image Courtesy: Christina McNeill Photography