Videography with In The Frame Photography
This month we’re excited to introduce a new business to the In The Frame family! Cut and Shutter are a local company who specialise in videography, and are offering discounts to the clients of In The Frame Photography Ltd and our followers!
Whilst the two businesses operate autonomously, the relationship between videographer and photographer at any event is an important one. Both often want to shoot the same elements and moments, without getting in the way of the other. A positive relationship of synchronous shooting gets great side by side results – as we’ve experienced working together. Depending on the package you pick, your commemorative video will highlight the events that surround the treasured memories mounted on your wall!.
Whilst it has been around for several decades now, many still don’t have a grasp on the benefits of videography. Videos from your special day are full of treasured memories and events which cannot always be grasped from a photo – especially when the camera picks up antics of children!
What’s more, technology invites the video into our day to day lives much more now. Even for clients who only order a small package, they can share their day on social media in a far more inclusive way for those who can’t be there. The family and friends who are unable to attend can view the snippets or the full day depending on your package.
Saving the moments of the day on your phones just as with your photos keeps them close to you. And our personal favourite? Modern digital photo frames allow for video clips – you can have a highlights reel or loop of your video memories playing there in your living room!
Cut and Shutter offer!
To celebrate the new friendship between INFP & C+S, our clients and followers are being offered a 50% off discount for everyone of our existing clients AND anyone who books a package with or through In The Frame throughout April.
Here’s some of Cut and Shutter’s great work:
Cut and Shutter Weddings
Here’s some clips from In The Frame and Cut and Shutter working together at a recent event: