1. PFV Banner


    from Patrick Fisher / Added

    4,129 Plays / / 0 Comments

    This is a banner for my new Wordpress website for my wedding videography business.

    + More details
    • Just Married—Fiona Leahy


      from Gestalten / Added

      9,128 Plays / / 0 Comments

      Celebrity wedding planner and stylist Fiona Leahy brings a relaxed and freshly unconventional perspective to wedding planning. In her London home, Leahy talks about the newly released Just Married book which reveals her hands-on tips and tricks for creating a relaxed and freshly original celebration—from a bohemian open-air rhapsody to a punk-rock karaoke extravaganza. Follow Leahy’s universally applicable inspirations for not only putting together an incomparable ceremony best-suited to your wants and needs, but to throw one hell of a party that everyone will enjoy. The Book - Just Married: How to Celebrate Your Wedding in Style http://shop.gestalten.com/just-married.html

      + More details
      • MiY {Made in You}


        from Le Blog de Madame C / Added

        12K Plays / / 4 Comments

        Film réalisé par U&Me Wedding / http://www.uandmewedding.com/ MiY {Made in You}, c’est vous, votre histoire ou plutôt vos histoires. Tous ces petits moments qui jalonnent une vie. Ces instants que vous voulez partager doivent concrétiser vos envies. Eveillez vos sens, goûtez à un évènement unique qui n’aura qu’une seule limite, la vôtre… car notre gourmandise, elle, est infinie. Ce péché nous le revendiquons. Selon vos goûts et au gré de vos « folies », mitonnons ensemble cet événement Made in You ! http://www.made-in-you.com

        + More details
        • Kerry Jackson-Rider - Luxury Wedding Planner promo


          from Denee Motion / Denee Media Films / Added

          1,310 Plays / / 0 Comments

          30 Sept 2012, Central London Filmed at Jamie's Italian - Threadneedle Street. Kerry said: "We had a lot of fun transforming the venue for a rustic Italian style wedding ceremony and reception with the intention of showcasing the potential of the venue which is now open for private bookings at the weekends" Credits and huge thanks go to: Amanda Dimmock, Events Manager & The Staff at Jamie’s Italian, Threadneedles, London www.jamieoliver.com/italian/threadneedle-street Lee Hickman – Photographs and Helen Hogg – Hair & Make Up www.handhimages.co.uk Miranda Connikie – Runway www.connikierunways.com Elizabeth Solaru – Wedding cakes www.elizabethscakeemporium.com Iwona Domagala – Floral design www.galafloraldesign.com Music kindly licensed thru www.songfreedom.com Tags: deneemotion, kerry jackson-rider, wedding planner uk, wedding planner destination, luxury wedding planner, wedding planner london, celebrity wedding planner, jamie oliver, Jamie's Italian, Threadneedle Street, promo video, event filming, promo filming, destination luxury, wedding planning

          + More details
          • As You Wish Weddings and Events | Wedding Planner | Hermitage Museum & Gardens | Norfolk, Virginia | Highlights


            from The Girl Tyler / Added

            757 Plays / / 0 Comments

            John & Whitney September 3, 2011 The Hermitage Museum and Gardens Norfolk, VA http://www.thehermitagemuseum.org As You Wish Weddings and Events is your Virginia wedding planner! Serving Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Suffolk, Williamsburg, and beyond! http://www.asyouwishweddingsandevents.com Photography by The Girl Tyler | http://thegirltyler.com Timelapse recorded with a GoPro Hero @ 5 second intervals. Additional recording equipment used: (2) GoPro Hero (2) Canon 5D Mark II Zeiss Distagon 18mm f/3.5 Canon 35mm f/1.4L Zeiss 50mm f/2.0 Makro-Planar Canon 135mm f/2.0L Canon 24-105mm f/4L Canon 70-200mm f/4L Cinevate Atlas 10 Zacuto Z-Finder EVF

            + More details
            • Wedding Timelapse


              from A Bride's Best Friend / Added

              1,108 Plays / / 2 Comments

              Another fabulous wedding brought to you by Elisheva Basseri and A Bride's Best Friend. Equipment: - Canon 5D2 - Canon XTi - Canon 70-200 f/2.8 - Canon 24-70 f/2.8 - Canon 16-35 f/2.8 Workflow: - RAW import into Lightroom 3 - Crop, exposure and color correction - Selection of best images - Export as 1920x1080 JPEGs - Converted to 1080p movie clips using QuickTime Player 7 - Import into and editing in Final Cut Pro X

              + More details
              • Strict Rules at Church


                from Pennylane Productions / Added

                No one seems to want to talk about this, but if you were to ask any photographer or cinematographer, I bet they would all share similar experiences about how strict churches dramatically limit the quality of their work. There is nothing worse than having an unhappy church representative walk up to you and say you aren't allowed to do your job because of some unprofessional videographer or photographer who set a bad example in the past. It's vital for the cinematographer and photographer, no matter their beliefs, to respect the sanctity of the ceremony, but it's also essential that the church officials understand the wishes and expectations of their couples that hired these vendors. When this mutual respect is forgotten it leads to unhappy officiants, frustrated vendors and, most importantly, a disappointed couple. It may seem impossible to bring all of these different people together, but this complex problem can be fixed with one thing, communication. WHAT SHOULD I DO? Before booking church ask for all rules and regulations for vendors If any rules seem strict ask for the reason why Understand and be comfortable with the rules given by the church Share rules with your cinematographer and photographer and ask if there are any concerns If there are issues share them with church and express your concern Expectation vs. delivery: When you book your vendors assumedly you are doing so because you love their work. Well, if unusually strict rules are placed on them, and they can’t get the shots they want, your finished product will not be consistent with the other work you’ve seen from them. RED FLAGS FOR UNNECESSARY RULES No Tripods: The main reason we can get solid footage in your ceremony is specifically because we are on tripods. Literally No Movement: Although we stay in the same position for 90% of the ceremony we may need to adjust a few feet forward or back to avoid obstacles that can ruin our shots. Can only shoot from the back of the church: The reactions of your family and friends are important to capture. Did the father of the bride break down, was grandma smiling ear to ear? If we are stuck in the back of the church all you will see is the backs of their heads. No moving up during vows: Many churches institute this rule because they are worried about the cinematographers and photographers blocking your guests. It’s an understandable worry, but a good vendor will know how far he/she can go up before crossing the line. The fact is the closer the angle the more emotional the footage. In the end we found that we regularly get compliments from churches because of how unobtrusive we were during the filming process. Remember, that as long as everyone is respectful towards each other, we can all be happy. HELPFUL LINKS : More Wedding Tips Here : http://pennylaneprod.com/category/wedding-tips/ TECH NOTES : Shot on Canon C100 and Canon 5D Mark II "Strict Rules at Church" Produced by Pennylane Productions http://pennylaneprod.com/

                + More details
                • Experience Weddings By The Breakers


                  from The Breakers / Added

                  124 Plays / / 0 Comments

                  Say "I Do" at one of the most beautiful places on earth. With its incomparable services and amenities, The Breakers Palm Beach is one of the world's most romantic wedding destinations. Surrounded by 140 acres of breathtaking oceanfront property, this legendary resort features everything you desire -- superb accommodations, award-winning restaurants, spa, championship golf, tennis, water sports and much more. Explore more at weddingsbythebreakers.com {The Breakers Wedding Experience Film produced by Ray Roman Films}

                  + More details

                  What are Tags?


                  Tags are keywords that describe videos. For example, a video of your Hawaiian vacation might be tagged with "Hawaii," "beach," "surfing," and "sunburn."