Reviews for Greensboro Videographers
I hired that day, and when we said ok we'll find someone else, he assured us that his staff could do it and that he personally edits all footage himself. He sent samples of videos that he said his staff had filmed and they seemed good, so we hired his company since they had come to us as a recommendation from someone else.
The video did not get to us until 11/14/13 (5.5 months after the wedding). I'm not sure that's abnormal, but for the quality of video that I received, it was a joke to have taken that long. Additionally, I received an email from him on 10/18/13 telling me my video was completed and he just had to burn the copies, and somehow it still took almost a month to get them to me, and when they did arrive, 2 of the discs were scratched and skipped. He did apologize for this delay.
After watching the entire video end to end, I was shocked by how poor quality the video was. For the price that I paid and the fact that his website touts being an award-winning company, I was sincerely disappointed. I've never seen a wedding video this bad before. As the bride, I think it's telling when I say that I doubt I'll watch it again. And who else other than the bride wants to relive the wedding day? It looked as if the "videographers" put a tripod down at the reception and just left it there unattended. I had footage of the dance floor where you could see half of a circle of people dancing and the other half of the screen completely empty. Not to mention the dancing group was at the back of the dance floor, so it looked so far away and there was nobody zooming in, so you wouldn't even think the videographer was in the same room. More than half of the footage was of people's backs (including the bride's back). They managed to screw up filming the father/daughter dance, so you can barely see the father and the bride during it.
The footage that was used was terrible. It was hard to believe a professional company would hire filmers that were so bad at filming. A lot of it seemed like raw footage was just dumped into the video and was not edited properly. The fact that
A week later I finally received an email back from
He also said that I would have the new DVDs by Christmas at the latest.
He then asked me to go through the video and call out the specific times of the areas that I thought should be edited. I felt this was his job and what I was paying him for, but to save myself the trouble of having to get another bad video, I went through and marked down the specific times to send to him.
He finally wrote back on 1/15/14 saying the DVDs had been copied and would go out in the next day's mail. I still hadn't received them a week later.
When I finally got the revised DVDs, they were an improvement, although the footage was still so terrible that I will likely never watch them again. Maybe the ceremony since that part was decent. But not the reception which was the lengthiest part of the video. That part is better but still pretty bad.
Bottom line is... I can't attest to
I would be more than happy to send you a copy of the initial and revised wedding video that I paid $2,195 for to anyone who is considering hiring