We’ve all become intimately familiar with the video quality we get from our laptop’s webcam over the last few months. To put it lightly, it’s not great. While the majority of us are willing to put up with its limitations for work meetings and meetups, it’s not what soon-to-be newlyweds want to utilize to livestream a wedding, one of the most important days of their lives.
So sure, setting up a computer and performing a wedding via Zoom will provide the experience of “being there” to those who can’t make it to the venue in real time, but it gives those who can’t attend a view comparable to what they would have had if they forgot their glasses at home. It can be so much more.