I color-correct, and I edit full chronological events! This is a distinction most brides miss when comparing videographers. Will your videographer actually clean up the footage, or are they planning on giving you “raw footage”? Cinema cameras film in flat color profiles with little saturation; once properly edited, that footage has a distinct advantage over the typical video look. But in its raw form, it is nearly colorless and unexciting to watch. When shot with multiple cameras, "raw" also means that there is no cutting to the best angle at any given moment. Many videographers try to have their cake and eat it, too, by delivering a beautiful, cinema-quality highlight video, but then handing over dull, flat, single-angle dumps of raw footage for the full events. I’m not afraid to do work, so I shoot cinema-quality all day and edit everything to make sure the colors look great and you're looking at the best angle.