Victoria Pennington & Sam Bryan made it official in a short & sweet ceremony last April at the Creekside Plantation in Mooresville, Alabama. The day started (for us) just after noon with the bride and her bridesmaids getting ready with the ceremony starting 6pm. Perfect timing as the sun was starting to set behind the trees!

I always think it's nice when the groom has a little bit of trouble holding it together. On such an emotional day, how can you not be overwhelmed watching your future wife walk down the aisle?!

The technical...
Acquired with two Canon 60D's and one Canon 7D. The 7D was only used twice: The wide shot at the back of the ceremony and the widest shot for their first dance. All other footage: 60D.

All Canon lenses unless otherwise specified. For the ceremony, 70-200 for bride's shot, 135 for the groom shot.
Bridal prep was primarily 24-70. The widest shots were the Tokina 11-16 lens.

Manfrotto tripods with 501 heads and 1 DP Slider. That's it...

For the pre-ceremony footage, a RODE mic on a 60D was used.
Ceremony: RODE mic mounted on the 7D in the rear. I was actually surprised at what it picked up and how good it sounded during the documentary edit of the ceremony.
Also used Tascam DR-08's on the preacher & groom. A Tascam DR-100 was used by the violinists prior to the ceremony and also used to get the band's audio.
I also put a DR-08 on the dad during his toast at the reception, but the audio from the board sounded better.

FCP 6. Yes, I'm old school...

All color grading, tweaking, enhancing, etc. was done with NewBlue FX and Magic Bullet Looks.

All music licensed thru Audio Jungle and The Music Bed.

Yours truly. That's it.

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