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We picked Bill to do the video for our wedding, however, something came up and we had to cancel the video. Bill was very kind and understanding through the whole ordeal. He is also very professional. I wish he could have been there but I still would recommend him because as a videographer he is amazing but as a person he is truly special. If you hire this man you will definitely be glad you did!Jul 25, 2016VerifiedWalton Specialty Video's reply
Congratulations on your wedding, Alisha and Daniel! Thank you for this very gracious review even in the face of your having to cancel. Trevay and I wish you all the best in your future together! Bill Walton.
AWESOME!!!! Bill Walton is not only an awesome videographer , but a an awesome gentleman too!!! Great work, and very professional!!!Aug 26, 2015VerifiedWalton Specialty Video's reply
Congratulations again! Yours was a fun wedding for us to film and we thank you for the pleasure of serving you. Best Wishes! Bill & Trevay
Both Bill and his wife shot our wedding, Bill's wife was less than professional being very rude to our photographer and other guests. Bill hardly made an effort to get everyone on the well wishes portion of the video which is very disappointing, as none of my families (the bride) had a chance to say anything. He did not go over to our entire bridal party which he should have nor did he make any attempt to go to the parent and close family table to get their well wishes. The video itself was poorly edited, there were times during the ceremony and reception that we had special songs picked out and Bill used whatever song he wanted to. For example during our bridal party dance he had our first dance song continuously playing and it was not supposed to be like that. He cut off a big portion of my dance with my students. He also cut off some of my father's speech as well as making the first portion of our first dance repeat instead of allowing it to be played the way it happened. My husband and I are very disappointed with the quality of our DVD and the service we received. We feel like he was more focused on eating than he was on conducting a professional magical experience. If you have the money invest in a professional videographer. Very disappointed we paid him a good portion of money just to be returned a less than product. We were hoping to at least have our music and non skipping editing from him.Nov 2, 2015Verified
Wedding and Event Videography
I love how professional and organized this company is when inquiring about event quotes!Jun 16, 2019Verified
We would definitely recommend Walton Specialty Video! They were incredibly professional and even thought of things we would have otherwise overlooked. We were impressed with Bill’s desire to come to rehearsal to insure they prepared for our wedding day. They worked well with our venues and were great with our families! The high expectations we had were absolutely exceeded and Walton Specialty Video was a pleasure to work with.Oct 31, 2017VerifiedWalton Specialty Video's reply
Stacey, Thank you for this glowing review! Your wedding was beautiful and the reception was the best I've seen all year! Congratulations and All the Best to you!
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Our pricing includes services beyond the actual production. Once the production is completed, post-production begins. Post-production includes color grading, editing, assembly, syncing, scoring, art design, rendering, publication and packaging. Depending on our workload, Post-production can take from 3 to 6 weeks after a production.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?As a member of SEMPTE, (Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers), I attend seminars to stay abreast with the latest technology. I also subscribe to video trade magazines and publications and periodically take online courses to update and refresh my skills. We also attend trade seminars to keep abreast of current trends.
- Describe a recent project you are fond of. How long did it take?In the Winter of 2014, I was commissioned by a local community organization to bring attention to some dilapidated buildings in the area. On the coldest day of the year, I began the video, focusing on the buildings in their deplorable conditions. After producing a 5 minute "mini" documentary of their conditions, I worked with the community organization to get the video into the hands of the Mayor and the City Council for review. The Mayor's office responded by sending his Chief of Staff to the area to see the conditions first-hand. Soon after, the first of the buildings was razed and removed, to the delight of the community! It's still a work in progress, but the mini-documentary can be seen on our website.