5. Picking the right videographer
Well this all depends on you. Price, how much do you want to pay? How much are you willing to pay? How much is the quality of your product worth to you? Documentation, find out if they have the correct insurance to work for you. Especially if they are using drones and flying things around, check to see if they have the correct licenses and insurance. There are lots of videographers out there using drones without a license, that ultimately cost you and your venue. Your videographer should have public liability insurance.
Check the style of their work. Please don’t contact a wedding videographer and ask them to film your wedding in someone else’s style, because it’s not going to happen. So make sure you like the style of film that they showcase, as chances are yours will look very similar.
Try to meet your videographer, talk to them on the phone or have a thorough email exchange so you have a good idea of what they are going to be like before you meet them on the day. So make sure your personalities click.
And finally check the equipment that they use, make sure they use the type of equipment that you are comfortable with!