What happens when a wedding gets treated like a movie? That's what I set out to find. Everyday the tools used to capture a live event are becoming better and better. I want to always push the envelope to what the wedding industry is doing for couples getting married.
I was testing some color grading for this wedding, when I toyed with the idea of cutting a movie trailer style teaser showcasing the capabilities of the T2i. This is what I came up with. I hope you guys like it.
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I met Pamela for the first time on her wedding day. But the casual conversation we had during her makeup session (she did her own), covered a variety of topics. Including the unexpected stroke her mom had a month prior to the wedding. Amidst the wedding hustle and bustle, she had to tend to her mom who was confined for three weeks in the hospital.
She was also in the process of perfecting her vows for Sam. Laboring over every statement.
I asked if her mom was able to walk down the aisle. Pam told me her mom was going to “try”.
I knew then that the day was gong to be extra special. Could she or could she not?
This is perhaps one of the very few exceptions of a bride willingly allowing her bridal march to get upstaged by something else.
And that my friends, made this bride all the more radiant and glowing.
This video (in it's full length form) received the 2011 GOLD Award at WEVA.
Marta & Barry - June 6, 2010
Marta may be Marrone's biggest fan. She had complete faith and trust in us on her special day, which allowed us to be free in our creativity and produce a truly unique wedding film.
The inspiration behind this "Next-Day-Edit" stems from the song we personally chose for them. A duet between Schuyler and Myers and a melody that complimented every moment of their day. We spent most of the day filming in a beautiful mansion which set the scene for their love story. It was a pleasant change from our usual routine, and motivated us to do something a little different.
This was such a lavish and elegant wedding, with so much thought and detail put into it, we simply could not show in its entirety (you'll have to wait until the full-feature film). We had a great time and wish them both the very best in their future together.
Filmed with the Canon 5Dmk2 and Canon 7D by
Jewish Wedding in filmed by Montreal Wedding Video Producers: Marrone Video
Amidst a busy day, complimented by culture and events, it can often times be difficult for couples to remain in the moment. Yet, regardless of the many spectacles that accompany a Lebanese and Italian wedding, their family and friends continually poured their love and care towards the couple, allowing them to remain completely enthralled throughout their special day.
This is a testament of the love they both received.