I am enthusiastic, honest, highly experienced videographer of weddings and am based just outside Loughrea, Co. Galway. I provide a high quality service at competitive prices. I am confident you will not find a more dedicated cameraman to capture your day. I video weddings all over the west and midlands of Ireland. I do not charge travel expenses. I use the latest broadcast quality equipment, wireless digital audio and state of the art editing packages and I put the same great amount of care and detail into every wedding I film.
I am always at full alert on your wedding day to capture that unique moment; the look, the smile, the laugh, the child at play, the tear in a proud parents eye. But my aim is to capture that moment unnoticed, discretely. That, in addition to providing multi-camera comprehensive coverage of all the days main events. I have a great working relationship with many cermony venues, hotels and fellow suppliers and ensure I in no way interfere with the flow of the day. I can often go through the day without need to bother the bride and groom at any point.
Uniquely, I offer a "Raw footage" package which gives you total control over every second of footage shot on the day. You get all the files from three cameras which you can view and edit yourself, allow another editor work on it, or come back to me at some future date to edit. With the raw footage package, even if you are on a tight budget for your wedding, you at least know that you have the raw footage shot by a professional with top quality audio and multiple angles. The amount of couples who regret not getting the day recorded is enormous.
I shoot documentary style, the finished product usually running to about 90 minuttes in duration which provides comprehensive coverage of all the days main events which also includes a seperate four to five minute Highlights movie. I would encourage you to be aware of the style of videographer you are booking as some videographers offer five or ten minute "cinematic" highlight films with anything else an "Extra".