Basically we got what we paid for in this case. Red Brick was the cheapest videography out there so we went with it. Unfortunately the main videographer was deployed before our wedding so the back up videographer was used. (The main videographer's wife was the assistant). The videography was mediocre. Heads were cut off and the motion was jerky. The toasts weren't included in the video because the mikes didn't get turned on. Also, the assistant is in the photography business and she overstepped her boundary and conflicted with our photographer. The editing which was done by the main videographer was good, and he gave us a bunch of copies because it took him longer to edit than expected. However the DVDs that we got appear to be cheap because toward the end of the video they start skipping and we've had to let everything cool down and restart it.
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