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Milestone Video Productions

914-439-4272; milestonevideoproductions.com

The videographers at Milestone shoot weddings using documentary-film techniques, but they avoid on-camera interviews, preferring instead to allow the event to unfold naturally. From $1,695. (good value)

Milk & Honey Productions

212-725-0014; milkandhoneyproductions.com

Documentarians Zev Greenfield and Johnny Boston won’t use intrusive lighting or interview party guests (unless asked to). And when it comes time to edit, they treat the footage as if making a movie, complete with cinematic perspectives and split screens. Their standard package includes six hours of shooting with two videographers and three copies of a 40- to 60-­minute film on DVD. From $4,750.

Montage Video

718-979-8431; montagevideoinc.com

Award-winning videographer Lauri Batwin has been filming weddings for more than a decade. Her style is simple, subtle, and discreet, but she won’t miss a moment of the big day. Her videos combine state-of-the-art digital cinema­tography with a keen artistic eye. From $2,500. (good value)

NST Pictures

855-642-6531; nstpictures.com

Though this international studio’s headquarters are in Tokyo, it opened a New York City office in 2011. NST’s crack videographers shoot over 30,000 nuptials worldwide each year, using documentary skills and transforming each event into a cinematic work of art. Packages start at $980.

Orange Films

800-859-8797; orangefilmsny.com

Known for its artistic storytelling, this award-winning boutique studio creates personal, one-of-a-kind movies. Creative director Edward Zilberman and his team can also do video invites, document love stories, and make documentaries as well as short-form films for the rehearsal dinner. From $3,000.

Pennylane Productions

631-486-2881; pennylaneprod.com

This company, founded by Adam Forgione (who launched the business following his own wedding), produces subtly romantic films with a focus on storytelling. From $6,000.

Robert Allen Videojournalist

917-512-6490; robertallenvideo.com

For nearly thirty years, Allen has been shooting weddings employing the classic techniques of documentary filmmaking—so much so that he promises to make his presence “completely transparent.” He shoots with HD and vintage Super 8 cameras and will edit the day’s footage down to a 30-minute movie with both color and black-and-white imagery. From $4,500.

Seth David Cohen Video

347-585-2570; sethdavidcohen.com

This meticulous videographer’s thorough and artfully conducted interviews—visit his website for some hilarious excerpts—will draw more than the usual “Congratulations!” They’re optional, of course, but guests seem eager to open up in front of Cohen’s lens. From $2,000 to $6,000. (good value)

Tim Alan Smith

419 Lafayette St., nr. 4th St.; 201 E. 83rd St., nr. Third Ave.; 212-706-8904; timalansmith.com

Smith’s background as a magazine writer makes him a storytelling pro, and he prides himself on his ability to catch unexpected, fleeting, and humorous moments throughout the day. His work, which was honored by the International Special Events Society on two occasions, incorporates live audio and outtakes. Prices upon request.

Tree of Life Films

267-784-6333; treeoflifefilms.com

This husband-and-wife team specializes in artistic visual storytelling, capturing the emotions and energy of a wedding. In addition to depicting couples’ chemistry, their films set the scene: In one, a group of smiling bridesmaids pull out their iPhones to snap photos of the bride in her gown. While they shoot in HD, post-production effects can give videos a vintage, Super 8 feel. Prices start at $4,000. (ecofriendly)

Tweed Weddings

267-318-7032; tweedweddings.com

With the motto “Wedding videos for people who hate wedding videos,” Tweed’s videographers focus on pivotal moments, beautiful shots, and interactions between the couple and their guests. Their fly-on-the-wall shooting style doesn’t include camera lighting, so they’re as invisible as you can get. In addition to the final video, couples can purchase an external hard drive with all the raw footage ($125). Prices start at $3,750.

Wedit

877-979-3456; wedit.com

For budget-conscious couples, Wedit offers a DIY approach to the wedding day. For $499, you receive five HD-video cameras for guests to use at their leisure. After the wedding, send back the cameras, and the Wedit staff will upload the raw footage for you to view on its site. You can also work with the company’s editors to create a highlight reel. (good value)

Well Spun Weddings

877-979-3456; wellspunweddings.com

This company employs HD, 16mm and Super 8 film, and soundtracks that may feature anything from oldies to Top 40s chosen by the bride and groom. Founder Jon Gangwer started the company shortly after his own nuptials, with the intention of offering schmaltz-free, short-format wedding films. He can do one- or three-song films or longer, documentary-style ones. Packages start at $1,600.

Wilson Fontaine Vignettes

646-221-3063; wilsonfontaine.com

For couples seeking a highly stylized film, Fontaine is your woman. She’s been documenting weddings since 1999 and is best known for her Super 8 films, which evoke an earlier time with their blurred outer edges, flickering black-and-white or subdued color palettes, and artistic handheld effects. $7,000 for fine art mixed media, Super 8 film, and an HD video.

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