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Best viewed in High Definition 3D. However, you can turn off 3D and enjoy it on a normal screen.
We have expanded our 3D video productions to include select wedding ceremonies. Imagine looking back in 20-years to see the most accurate representation possible for your special day.
Frequently Asked Questions About 3D:
A similar question was asked about colour in the 1950s and, more recently, about High Definition. We see in three dimensions and it most accurately reflects our lives.
This is a fad and never catches on:
3D used to be expensive, complicated and cumbersome. Technology has made 3D accessible. You could literally purchase a 3D camera at Best Buy, record the rest of your day and, view it in your own home tonight.
I don't own a 3D TV:
Your wedding video isn't for today. It will mean the most to you in ten, twenty or thirty years.
Always opt for most recent technology at the best quality.
Can I turn 3D off?
Yes. The camera and editing process simultaneously create a conventional, two-dimensional video. You will receive both at no extra cost.
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