Videos from Your Wedding & Private Parties burned on Blu-ray
Most wedding videographers shoot in standard definition, and give you standard DVDs because they use old, Standard Definition cameras, computers & software incapable to burn Blu-ray disks. These old, Standard Defenition cameras shoot in 640 by 480 pixels resolution. But all currant TVs are 1080P, which means they’re 1920 by 1080 pixels. When you watch a standard DVD on any flat screen television, the pictures zooms to fill the screen. To be more precise, a 640 by 480 video is starched across the screen to cover a space of 1920 by 1080 pixels. This doesn’t look good at all. You loose sharpens, contrast and detail. If you have HD cable, you know what I am talking about. Ones you see HD, you never want to go back to SD.
As you might already know, Blu-ray is a new DVD technology created by Sony that plays High Definition video. You might have seen Blu-ray players in stores like Best Buy. Usually when people walk by a TV playing a Blu-ray disk, they stop in disbelief. The picture looks so sharp that they cannot grasp how it is possible. Well, this is how your footage should look (and will look) if shot with one of my HD cameras, and burned onto a Blu-ray disk.
I charge less for my High Definition service than most Videographers charge for their Standard Definition service. I have better Cameras, lenses lights, mics and skills in post-production than most professional Wedding Videographers.
Why do I charge less? Because, I don’t have as much expanses as video studios. I don’t have to pay rent, pay people to edit video, set chapter markers, burn disks, create labels for discs, etc. I do everything my self. And I do it from the heart.
If you don’t have a Blu-ray DVD player, it’s perfect time to buy one. They are going down in prices every day. You can get a decent one for under $150. Or you can buy Sony PlayStation 3, with it already built in.
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