To Video... or Not to Video... That is the question.

Wedding Clients often ask me, "Why do I need a video?" or... "I'm not sure I can afford a videographer. What do you think? And, so, I turn to one of my favorite videographers in Orange County, Tina Murphy of A Motion Video, recently shared her thoughts with me. Better said from her! Thanks so much, Tina.

Dearest Natalie,
First of all, let me say how much I enjoy working with you. I look forward to our next event.
I have wanted to share a few thoughts for some time now regarding my industry, wedding videos. One of the most common comments I hear is from clients is "Our wedding day came and went by so fast, we hardly ever saw you, and we are so glad that you captured so many great moments."

By having a wedding videographer, he or she may capture moments that you may not have seen. Videographers also have a unique way of telling your story. Your wedding video will help you remember how you felt when getting ready, show you and your husband reciting your wedding vows during the ceremony, and give you another glance at your friends and family as they enjoy the wedding re

ception. The biggest difference video has from the still photos is the sound and motion. Together the expressions, voices and music bring back the moment like nothing else.

It is a beautiful thing to be able to bring "life" back into the beautiful images of the day.

Here are a couple testimonies on You Tube that say it all.

Public Service Videos for the Industry of Wedding Videography

Our Regret from Our Wedding

10 years with a wedding video

Again, I love

working with you Natalie and I hope that I have the privilege of working with you a lot more in the future. I would love to be able to create many more timeless memories for your clients families for years to come.

Tina Murphy 949.933.8337