Videographer in Tampa Reveals HD Big Screen Projector Services
Sunday, February 19, 2012 Videographer in Tampa Reveals HD Big Screen Projector Servic...
by Randy Markham, Celebrations of Tampa Bay
Updated on: 2/19/2012
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Randy Markham, who works for Celebrations of Tampa Bay, sent out a press release on Sunday, February 19, 2012 to announce: "Videographer in Tampa Reveals HD Big Screen Projector Services"
According to Randy Markham, how using big screen projectors in unique ways can wow your reception guests.
Randy Markham can be contacted by phone at (813) 657-2238 for more information.
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Imagine sitting back at your wedding reception, relaxing during dinner, taking in the moment of this big day, and you look up, and there you see your wedding video right there on the big screen.
Celebrations of Tampa Bay began using the big screen projector in 2003 at wedding receptions as a way for the guests to see the ceremony in a way, they didn't see while watching it live. "It became an additional form of entertainment when nothing was happening, like during the Cocktail Hour or Dinner," says Randy, owner of this unique wedding company in the Tampa area. "What I didn't foresee at that point, was seeing the raw emotion from the father or mother of the bride, during the father-daughter dance, as they saw the video playing, in slow motion, of the father walking his daughter down the aisle. There is something about slow motion video that allows you to relive the emotion in detail. The movement of the eyes will speak volumes that words cannot express.
The Celebration Videographers in the Tampa area, will also use the projectors at other times during the reception, for instance, during the introductions of the bridal party, and if it's a Celebrations of Tampa Bay DJ, depending on the situation, they can time the video to show that particular couple being introduced during the reception, on the big screen as they were walking down the aisle at the ceremony. Kelly Garafalo, a bride in 2011 says, "During the reception, guests could watch parts of our wedding video, ceremony etc on the big screen. It was a cool touch, and the guests loved it too" (posted on a review on Wedding Wire).
It's one of the advantages of doing both the video and DJ services. "We had no idea that we would be able to see what he had captured so quickly, we were all floored with his service!" (Wedding Wire post, Lauren Chambers bride in St Pete Beach in 2011)
At the end of the evening, if time allows, we will play a special song, and then have the vows cued up on the video, and during the instrumental part of the song, we'll bring up the audio from the video, plugged into our DJ's sound system, so that you will hear the vows. How many times have you heard guess say, we couldn't hear the vows? Their videographers will put a microphone on the groom, so the video picks up the vows very clearly, for the video, and they will time it with the music, so the vows will play over the instrumental part of the song.
"I look over at the bride while we are doing this and I'm reminded why I'm in this business, as I see her, just 4 hours after the ceremony, being able to hear the precious words of commitment to each other, and the expression on her face is priceless". A mother of the bride, Brittany Velleux (stated on The Wedding Channel), "They captured and played pre-ceremony and the actual ceremony at the reception...very unique and I have heard a lot of positive comments from those who attended."
I remember one wedding, we had footage of the guys getting ready and one of the groomsmen stepped in a bunch of fire ants, and had them all inside his shoe and sock, well of course, this caused him to dance around a little bit. While we were playing this footage, I decided to play some Irish Jig music, and it had everyone, laughing. This was one of many moments that I continue to hear complimentary words about, long after the wedding has past, and it is something that the guests there will never forget. You'll never know what kind of moment you can relive on the projector. Another mother responded on The Wedding Channel "it was the best money they (the Bride and Groom) spent and you can never get that footage later."
Celebration Videographers have been shooting in HD for over 5 years now, but only recently have upgraded the Big Screen Projectors to HD. "The high definition video equipment he used exceeded our expectations--the video was crystal clear" (Rosalina Rodriquez, bride posted on Wedding Wire). Another advantage of showing the video of the ceremony during the reception is that their photographers and videographers will frame the shot of the father daughter dance; with the father walking is daughter down the aisle in the background on the big screen, so it provides a unique effect on the wedding video.
The projector can also be used to show live events, such as the garter and bouquet toss, or the cake cutting, or even people watching themselves dance.
This is just another idea, that will have your family and guests talking about your wedding for years to come.
Celebrations of Tampa Bay provides photography, video, and DJ services specializing in weddings. Contact us at (813) 657-2238.
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