Langdon Video Wedding Videography
Frequently Asked Questions
1.  How long will our video be?
Many factors determine how long your video will be. The length of the ceremony, the number     
and length of the toasts, the inclusion or exclusion of traditional reception activities, and special
dance floor events. The running time can average from 60 to 90 minutes. Typically, the reception
accounts for 30 to 60 mins of your wedding video. There is no set running time. Length is
determined by how much footage is captured to tell the story of your wedding day.

2.  Can I get the raw footage?
Our style of filming and editing is such that access to raw footage is not necessary. We are aware
that many videographers take creative license and heavily edit their videos. We feel this is not a
benefit to you, the Bride and Groom, since we do not know what may or may not be important to
you. Since we shoot in "Documentary" style, all usable footage is used in the final edit. If for some
reason some footage lands on the "cutting room floor",  that is usually put into a "Deleted Scenes"
portion of your video.  The most common footage that is cut out are usually misc dances. All
important events such as Ceremony, Toasts, First Dance, Parents Dances, Cake Cutting, etc..., are
shown in their entirety. Whether it is used in the Final Cut, or Deleted Scenes, you do receive all
usable footage.
See this video for Final Cut and Raw Footage comparison.

3.  What is "Cinematic Documentary" style?
Also referred to as "Photo-journalistic", Cinematic Documentary style means that we capture and  
document the events of the day, and allow each event to unfold naturally as it happens.                 
You get to hear and see it as it happened. The little conversations, the laughs, the tears, and          
the music. Nothing is staged. You get to relive your wedding day as it happened. All footage is
creatively edited into a narrative form, telling your story from opening to closing credits.

4.  How long will you be there filming?
Our Packages Number Two and Three include Pre-Ceremony, Ceremony, Post Ceremony, and
Reception. These packages cover your wedding day f
rom 7-8 hours. Since each wedding is
a little different, timeline wise, it usually take an average of 6-8 hours to cover a wedding. We've
designed these packages so you don't have any extra hourly charges, and still get complete
wedding day coverage.

5.  Will you be intrusive?
No.  We are never in your face - we have no big lights - you will hardly know we're there.
We pride ourselves in being unobtrusive.  We are there to capture your day, not be a part of it.

6.  Can we make copies?
Yes. You will receive up to 4 discs. Your choice of DVD or Blu-ray, in a combination of            
your choice.  We do offer copies to be made, but you may also make copies of your own.

7.  What if our reception venue is dark?
Today's cameras have excellent low-light capabilities.  In the case of an unusually dark venue,
we do have an on-camera light.

8.  How long will it take to receive our wedding video?
You will usually receive your video within 2 to 3 weeks from the date of your wedding.
Sometimes sooner.

9.  What will the end quality of our videos be like?
Full 16:9 1080p HD on Blu-Ray and Full 16:9 Standard Definition on DVD.  To watch your
Wedding Video in all it's HD glory, we highly recommend getting a Blu-Ray player and watching
your video on a Blu-Ray disc.  DVD's look nice, but they don't come close to the quality of the
High Definition video you receive with a Blu-Ray disc.  Digital Files are also in 16x9 1080p HD.

10.  Why are your prices lower than some of the other Videographers?
Since we are a husband & wife team, and we work from home, we are able to work with a low
overhead.  Not everyone has $2,000 to $4,000 in their budget for videography, and we feel that
every bride who would like a video of their wedding day should be able to at least afford one.

11.  What if I really really want the raw footage so I can take the footage and edit it myself?
If you have a secret yearning to be a film editor, we can hand over the SD cards containing the
raw footage after we have finished with editing your video for $200.00. Average 3 SD Cards.
Angel Park
The Grove
Bear's Best Las Vegas
Siena Golf Club
Emerald at Queensridge
Sunset Gardens
Rainbow Gardens
The Terrace
Red Rock Country Club
Westin Hotel Lake Las Vegas
Boulder City Hotel
Dragonridge Golf Club
Anthem Country Club
Spanish Trails
Bellagio Hotel
Mandalay Bay
Caesars Palace
Lakeside Weddings at Desert Shores
Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort
Platinum Hotel
The Four Seasons Hotel
Valley of Fire
The Mirage Hotel
Suncoast Hotel
Springs Preserve
Mount Charleston
Legend's Ranch
Revere Golf Club
Wildhorse Golf Club
TPC Summerlin
High Roller @ The Linq
Black Mountain Country Club
Red Rock Canyon
Reflection Bay - Lake Las Vegas
Nelson
Top of The Cannery Hotel II
Alexis Park Resort
JW Marriott
Grand Canyon
Las Vegas Sign
Harley Davidson Cafe
St. Judes Ranch
Flamingo Hotel Garden Chapel
Wedgewood
Various Strip Hotel Rooms
Numerous Local Churches
Private Homes
Some of the Many  Venues We Have Worked
Langdon Video Services are wedding videographers from Las Vegas, Nevada.  We service weddings throughout
the local area, including Boulder City and Mesquite.
 Langdon Video Services are professional wedding
videographers that have  been a part of the Las Vegas wedding industry for over 16 years.  We specialize in Wedding Videography.
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A Few Reasons Why You Should Hire a Professional Videographer.
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