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Colorado Wedding Videography

Featured Wedding Film

1-3 wedding videographers


Highlight films:


A story driven film that recaps the portions of your wedding day that you find most important



This film will allow you to relive your wedding ceremony from start to finish



Relive the toasts and speeches from your wedding reception with this short reception film



Did you know some of the best speeches are captured during rehearsal dinners? Add a few hours of coverage to document this gathering of your friends of family. The audio and footage from your rehearsal dinner can then be incorporated into your highlight film and toast films.



Are you looking for for a short a sweet film to share with friends and family on social media? our teaser films are perfect for sharing a taste of what your wedding was like



ceremony films: 

Rehearsal dinner coverage:

toast films:

90-second teaser films: 



LET'S CHAT ABOUT YOUR WEDDING!

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

WHERE ARE YOU BASED?
I am based in Downtown Denver, Colorado and I serve surrounding areas including: Breckenridge, Colorado Springs, Steamboat Springs, Rocky National Park,  & beyond. 

HOW MANY VIDEOGRAPHERS WILL BE AT OUR WEDDING DAY?
The number of wedding videographers at your wedding will depend on the package you select. We always recommend a second film maker for weddings that are logistically challenging, or those with guest counts that exceed 170 guests.

WHEN'S THE BEST TIME TO BOOK?
If you think Dgass Photography is the best fit for your wedding, we recommend reserving your date as soon as you are comfortable with moving forward. We generally cap each year at 25 weddings and book dates on a first come first serve basis.

To reserve your date, we simply require partial payment and a signed agreement.  

HOW MANY HOURS DO YOU RECOMMEND?
To create our signature wedding film, we require a minimum of 7 hours of video coverage. 7 Hours is perfect for some couples, while others may require more time.  With most of our couples booking our videography services nearly a year in advance, we prefer to wait until we review your wedding timeline to determine if more time is needed. This generally occurs about 90 days before your wedding date. 

DO YOU RECORD OUR AUDIO?
Definitely! We record your vows, toasts, and additional audio as needed throughout the day. It's always our goal to incorporate personally written vows, reception speeches, and/or letter readings into our highlight films. 

HOW DO YOU ENSURE IT’S HIGH QUALITY AUDIO?
We ensure that we get the best quality audio by using multiple back up sources throughout the day. We then take the best quality source to use as the narrative of your wedding film.
 
WHAT DO YOU DO TO STAY DISCREET DURING THE WEDDING? 
Our couples often tell us that we got so many great shots, but they barely noticed us during their wedding day. It's always our goal to blend in as much as possible avoid being a distraction.

CAN WE MEET WITH YOU BEFORE THE WEDDING?
I'd love that! If you live in close proximity, we can grab a coffee or connect at a brewery. In the event that you are planning from afar, I'd be happy to hop on a Skype call or video chat. 

WHEN CAN I EXPECT TO RECEIVE MY WEDDING FILM?
Our goal is to always deliver our films to our couples as soon as the films are complete. We guarantee that you will receive your wedding film in 21 weeks or less.

WHAT HAPPENS IF YOU GET SICK OR YOU ARE UNABLE TO  MAKE IT TO MY WEDDING?
We pride our selves on never having to use our back up photographer and videographer system, but we do have one in place. In the rare occasion that your schedule photographer or videographer is unable to make it to your wedding, we have a list of prequalified photographers and videographers that we can easily reach out to and send in our place. We would then take care of all of the editing to ensure that the look of your wedding film stays cohesive with our work. 

HOW DO YOU COORDINATE WITH PHOTOGRAPHERS?
As a photography company ourselves, we understand the communication that is needed in order to properly coordinate with wedding photographers. Before your wedding we will connect with your photographer to discuss the details of your ceremony and reception to ensure that we are on the same page and can work as efficiently as possible for you and your partner.  

DO YOU OFFER ELOPEMENT FILMS?
Yes! All of our Colorado Wedding Photography and Videography packages can be adjusted to fit the needs of your elopement. 

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How many hours do I need to hire a wedding videographer for?

When you're in the midst of wedding planning, there is a ton to consider. Once you decide which vendors you need, you also have to determine how much of their time is needed. Continue reading to learn more about how much time is needed for wedding videography. 

7 HOURS OF WEDDING VIDEOGRAPHY COVERAGE
7 hours of videography coverage is the minimum amount of time offered by Dgass Photography. After spending time at countless weddings, we have determined that this is the minimum time we need to craft a cinematic film and ceremony film. While this amount of time is perfect for some weddings and elopements, others will require more time. 

THINGS TO CONSIDER ABOUT 7 HOURS OF COVERAGE:
- 7 hours of coverage leaves less time for your videographer to film decor details and getting ready content

- However, you will have all of the most important parts of your wedding day captured. These parts include your wedding ceremony, speeches, first dances, cake cutting, some of the reception

- Your videography coverage will conclude mid-reception


8 HOURS OF WEDDING VIDEOGRAPHY COVERAGE
The 8 hour package is the most popular selection by our couples as it is the perfect amount of time for average size wedding (100-150 guests.) The additional time will allow your videographer more time to focus on the decor details and allow them to join the wedding party as they finish up getting ready earlier in the day. 

THINGS TO CONSIDER ABOUT 8 HOURS OF COVERAGE:
- If you are planning on doing a first look, a minimum of 8 hours of wedding videography coverage is recommended. 

-While 8 hours may feel like an endless amount of time, this amount of time works best when the wedding ceremony and reception are taking place at the same location

10 HOURS OF WEDDING VIDEOGRAPHY COVERAGE
Don't want to worry about time? Having a videographer on site for 10 hours will give you the sense of comfort you need. With your videographer on site for nearly the entire day will give you peace of mind knowing that they will be there to document all of the memories on your wedding day. 

THINGS TO CONSIDER ABOUT 10 HOURS OF COVERAGE:
- You have more time for travel if your ceremony and reception will be taking place in separate locations
- Your videographer will be able to stay until the end of your reception
 

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8 Tips For Hiring A
Colorado Wedding Videographer

Go with a professional

Find a film maker that specializes in weddings. It is important that they have a firm understanding of how to properly document special moments  and have unobtrusive techniques to stay discreet throughout the day.

Find a local

Connect with someone that is familiar with the area and has worked with some of your other wedding vendors. Especially when it comes to documenting weddings in the mountains, it is key to find a videographer that understands the lighting and how to safely navigate the terrain. 

understand their turn around time

Wedding films can take 6 months or more to receive your final product. Get a firm understanding about when you will be able to receive your wedding film. 

Define deliverables

Some wedding videographers solely offer 4-5 minute highlight films, why other wedding videographers offer longer films that are close to an hour long. Many will also offer the option for separate films that focus on the wedding ceremony, first dances, toasts, and rehearsal dinners. 

incorporate audio

The most emotional and touching wedding videos include audio from personal wedding vows, letters, toasts, and first-looks. Be sure to find a videographer in Colorado that will include these pieces as a part of your film. 

fall in love with their videos and style

Each videographer will have a signature style of filming and storytelling. Ensure that you hire a videographer that aligns with the type of wedding video you are seeking, as past videos will be a true reflection of what you can expect from your wedding day. 

pay attention to the music

Do you prefer funky tunes with lyrics? Or videos with a slower romantic pace? Be aware of the type of music your desired wedding videographer is including in their films. Keep in mind that they are required to license music for each film, and they typically make the executive decision in regards to the music in your wedding film.

Find a match for your venue type

If you are having an outdoor wedding, it will be important to find a wedding videographer that is familiar with outdoor lighting and is prepared to shoot in a variety of weather conditions.