My first official wedding cinematography project and I'd have to say, it was a great experience. The couple treated me nicely and trusted me so that gave me some confidence to do my own thing since I was a one-man film crew. They were very friendly and lovely. They showed so much expression and emotion, that looking through the lens made me laugh and smile.
However, there were a few things that made the project bothersome to me--wore some uncomfortable dress shoes all day (only shoes I basically brought with me, forgot about sneakers), all three of my memory cards (1x8gb, 2x16gbs) got full by the end of the reception (wanted some more space for dance recording and photography), and it was also my first real time of using the Glidetrack Shooter SD on a project--first time using a dolly system (excluding skateboards of the past...) so it took a lot of time to develop some skill while shooting, and lastly, the Canon 24-70mm f/2.8L Lens is HEAVY.
Despite the negatives, it was all worthwhile to see a Khmer wedding in play. I wish Island & Inpanh a happy life and Happy Valentine's Day!

I'd also thank my friends who helped set this project into place for me. Made the video experience much more.

Equipment:
Canon T2i (550D)
Canon 24-70mm f/2.8L
Glidetrack Shooter SD

Music by Alicia Keys - Unthinkable
Cinematography by Kyle Kien

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