Although it may seem like an easy job, in fact it is not. In order to be a successful videographer, you need to have the necessary knowledge, skills and experience in recording such events, but also good filming equipment and knowledge in post-production editing techniques.
A wedding videographer Sydney that is just entering the profession may consider joining a professional videography organisation in order to keep up with the latest filming techniques as well as meet and network with people from the same profession.
Videographers also need to have good people and social skills since they will record big scale events and they need to know how to do their job without obstructing the natural flow of the event itself. They need to have a likeable personality and be easy going. The job of the videographer is not just filming on the actual wedding day. He/she has duties and responsibilities before and after the weeding as well.
Before the wedding, the videographer talks to the couple and listens and notes down their requirements. This is very important if you want satisfied customers who would afterwards refer you to someone else. Your final products may look great but if it is not what your client wanted, you have not done your job well. That is why I would advise you to determine your clients' expectations upfront and be honest about what can and can't be done.
On the actual wedding day, before arriving at the wedding venue the videographer need to make sure that the equipment is working properly.
After the wedding, the duties of a wedding videographer are to edit the recording and make a final product that would have background music and would cut all the unnecessary parts. After the wedding videos Sydney are ready to be delivered to the customer, make sure that you do this in a reasonable amount of time, as you don't want a frustrated couple who is anxiously waiting for their wedding videos to arrive.
In a nutshell, videographers need to be technically prepared, punctual, creative and have excellent people skills. Last, but not least, have fun and enjoy recording.