Wedding Videographers Blue Mountains:
The ultimate wedding videography location offering the perfect mix between serenity and accessibility.
The Blue Mountains are known for their dramatic scenery. Encompassing steep cliffs with a myriad of majestic lookouts, forests, waterfalls and walking tracks, the Blue Mountains includes small towns and villages with some gorgeous wedding venues and wineries. With many of the wedding venues offering extraordinary scenery as a wedding backdrop, it’s no wonder why so many couples flock from Sydney and the South Coast to tie the knot there.
Be it an intimate reception with the most golden sunsets imaginable or an elegant soirée with a fairy tale forest vibe, you are spoilt for choice when it comes to exceptional wedding venues in the Blue Mountains.
What areas of the Blue Mountains do we cover?
Hartley & Hartley Vale
How to choose a wedding videographer in the Blue Mountains?
Here are our 9 tips to help you choose your dream videographer
- Chose a videographer who is experienced in filming in the Blue Mountains. (Experienced doesn’t necessarily mean overpriced)
- Find a wedding videographer that understands how to capture the uniqueness of the Blue Mountains, after all the natural scenery is probably one of the reasons why you have chosen this area. (If you’ve watched any of our films you may have noticed we often include picturesque imagery of your chosen locations to help shape the mood and tone of our films.)
- Choose a wedding videographer who is experienced in the use of drones and drone safety but also aerial cinematography. It really would be a crime not to include aerial footage of the Blue Mountains as part of your wedding day.
- Don’t choose a videographer just because they are the cheapest, bargain basement prices usually mean a bargain basement job.
- Check your videographers Google reviews, are they current? If their reviews are tuned off or missing this may be a red flag.
- Choose a wedding videographer who matches your style and vision for your wedding day. Some videographers focus more on capturing static details such as shots of rings, wedding cars, shoes and cufflinks while other videographers tend to focus more on authentic moments and the interactions between the couple, friends and family. Be sure to watch as many wedding films as possible and note which films you connect with.
- Understand the difference between choosing photographers who offer video versus choosing a separate photographer and videographer. (Read the full article here)
- Go with your gut, if something seems off this may be a red flag. Meet with your videographer in person or via a video chat. Your videographer should be able to answer all of your questions.
- Once you have decided on your wedding videographer be sure to sign a contract and get your chosen date locked in as soon as possible. Videographers that are in demand are often booked out for popular months 12-18 months beforehand.
What are the Best Wedding Venues in the Area?
As most wedding venues in the Blue Mountains are mainly in rural or bush locations, weddings tend to have a relaxed, sophisticated and charming feel to them. Couples in the region can choose from the many stately manors, wineries, artistically renovated historic buildings, rustic farms and of course many wonderful Airbnb’s for intimate elopements and micro weddings.
As wedding videographers, we have shot at some of the most spectacular venues and private properties in the Blue Mountains, and so it’s hard to pick out the best in the area but in our opinion, Seclusions Blue Mountains, The Secret Circle – Bilpin Estate and Collits Inn have to be some of our favs.
What style of Wedding Films do we create?
From epic celebrations and packed dance floors to authentic films with meaning and honest sincerity, we capture real moments, people, kind words, locations and love as it happens. We put our heart and soul into a limited number of weddings each year on purpose. The result, a motion piece that will stand the test of time and become a treasured keepsake for years to come.