a 'cabin' wedding in the hills of pennsylvania. chris and nicole celebrated their wedding on the memorial day weekend with their friends and family. it seemed every direction we drove that day we were heading into a storm but the dramatic skies made some great coverage.

notes from cinematographer, mike at nwp+c :

Cinematography/Editing: Mike Enns
Cinematography: Jessica Enns

Because we drove to Pennsylvania, we were able to bring down more equipment than we normally would to capture a destination wedding. We used a 5ft Kessler Cineslider for a few of the establishing and detail shots and the rest of the shots were captured using a 70-200 on a monopod and a 17-35 on a GlideCam. Nice and simple.

- Canon 5dmk2 x 2

- Canon 70-200mm 2.8L IS II
- Canon 17-35mm 2.8L
- Canon 24-70mm 2.8L II
- Zeiss 50mm 1.4
- Zeiss 100mm 2.0

- Manfrotto 561bhdv monopod
- Manfrotto 536/504HD tripod
- Glidecam HD-2000
- Kessler CineSlider 5ft w/ Manfrotto 502HD head

- Zoom h4n recorder
- Sennheiser G3 wireless using an omni directional capsule
- Sennheiser ME66/K6 condensor mic

- Lowel ProLight kit w/ dimmers
- LitePanels MicroPro LED

Licensed Soundtracks:

"Perfect Kiss - Instrumental" by Marie Hines 
"Memories On The Ground - Instrumental" by Tim Halperin
"Brave - Instrumental" by Aaron and Andrew

I recorded most of the folly used during the wedding day with a Zoom h4n. During the thunder showers I escaped outside to grab a few minutes of the storm which I ended up using at 4:31 and 5:51. In addition to adding ambience, I beefed up the glass clinking at 4:01, piano playing at 5:14 and the thunder strike at 5:54.

Post Editing:
Most of the soundtracks used have been ripped apart, sections lengthened, shorted and moved around. At 0:57 I took a liberty by holding on the dress a few beats longer. I achieved this by adding a reverb as I quickly faded the soundtrack which allowed the last note to ring out for as long as I needed.

The weather played a significant part in telling the story of this day, so when the rain finally came, I felt like it needed a subtle change in feel. In addition to adding the rain foley, at 4:32 I introduced a drum loop that I created to give the illusion of time dragging for a measure.

At 5:32 I decided to throw the soundtrack through a bunch of filters to dirty it up a bit… as the scene called for. lol

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