by Cecile Cinco
My husband and I were married Sept. 19, 1993. We had a friend cover our wedding using a handycam as the march itself was out of the ordinary. We designed everything ourselves and let others execute. Everything was just perfect except the video. Up until now, the handycam tape is still in its original state after the coverage. It has not been seen by anyone yet! After 16 years, who knows if it’s still intact?
Don’t do what we did. If you like your wedding video up and about, being enjoyed year after year during anniversaries, hire a professional. Don’t just go for any professional. Go for the best! It’s a once-in-a-lifetime (usually) experience so going for the best is not bad if at all it can be budgeted for.
A wedding videography is probably the best gift you can give yourself. You can reminisce even if you lack the mental memory in the years to come. Then again, you can accomplish that if you have the best wedding videographer. And, you might consider Buddy Gancenia, after all, he’s created a record for himself in that aspect!
Up until now, all I have is that small handycam tape. I’d like to have it transferred to a DVD, if it’s at all possilbe. Do you know of anyone who can do such a task?