Sometimes I honestly can't believe we get to do what we do. Complete strangers inviting us to capture one of (if not the) most significant and emotional days of their lives...absolutely humbling.
Jason and Lauren weren't even really supposed to meet. Accompanying a friend who was 'meeting this guy' for drinks, Lauren was not looking for love when Jason walked in. This Dallas firefighter who was 'a little bit country, a little bit city...and a whole lotta sexy' surprised Lauren as they struck up a conversation that night, and the rest is history. What struck me most with these two as we met to talk about their wedding day was how central Christ was in their journey, and you could definitely sense his presence and blessing throughout their beautiful celebration.
We had a great time working with some of the best wedding vendors in Dallas (see below), and of course the Joule Hotel provided the perfect backdrop for this fairy-tale story. We wish Jason and Lauren the very best...and be sure to stick around until the very end of the video for an extra bit of fun!!!
Many thanks to the following vendors:
Wedding Film - WhenItClicks Films and Photography
Wedding Photography - Perez Weddings
Ceremony, Reception, Catering - the Joule Dallas
Wedding Planner/Coordinator - Hannah Kohler with DFW Events
Hair/Makeup Artist - Maitee Miles
Florist, Linens, Rentals - Bella Flora of Dallas
Lighting - Beyond
Cake Artist - Dallas Affaires Cake Company
DJ/Emcee - Andy Austin
All Songs licensed with permission by The Music Bed
Director/Lead Cinematographer- Daniel Estrada
Camera 2 - Joey Martinez
This is a growing collection of highlight trailers from various engagement shoots, weddings, and celebrations that WhenItClicks has captured with some of the most beautiful couples. Enjoy!
produced by Maik Films, Brazilian producer.
Primarily just correcting with FCP standard color-correctors, but take advantage of Tiffens plug=in filters from time to time. Have hardly mastered the art of it though.
Hey guys, great work! What do you use for color correction in post? Do you use any presets etc?