Online samples need to be short, that's why highlights and montages are so popular. But don't judge by them alone, however good they are it won't necessarily mean that the full length film will be as good or to your liking. That's why I've also included a few example clips of preparations, photo sessions and confetti time to demonstrate that good filming and editing is essential throughout the film to maintain interest and continuity - just like in a movie.
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Every BW videofilm is complete with a highlights ending montage and everyone loves them. Most popular is slow motion black and white. See why with Jasmin and John's March wedding at beautiful Danesfield House.
Get the Kleenex ready!
I love filming in the churchyard as guests come out to join the couple. After the formality of the service everyone is relaxed and happy. It's a magical time full of hugs and kisses. My job is to capture all that naturally and unobtrusively, letting the action flow. See what you think as Victoria & Tom leave the parish church at Rushton. Photographers Sarah and Richard of Capture It let the action flow too.
Sometimes it's good to do a remix just for fun. English Rose Danielle and Italian JonPaul's wedding at Wycombe Abbey was full of fun and I hope you'll agree that this remix conveys it as only video can.
Great photography by Mark Lord.
Old Movie Montage
Becky and Tom's theme was "Hollywood Vintage Glamour". Kilts and bagpipes made this a challenge but I like to think that Becky's glamorous dress and some carefully chosen video filters helped achieve the theme.
The venue is Great Fosters, Egham.
A Quick Photo Walk in the Gardens at Chartridge Lodge
Hollie & Colin knew that we only had few minutes to take photos in these fabulous gardens before the rains came. Radiant Hollie wasn't going to worry about a few drops of rain on her dress and we still managed to capture some great images before the deluge.
The Nutter Cat
Children and animals are always good for cutaway shots but you can never predict what will happen next!