Unveiled: rewriting the fairytale wedding explores a new perspective of the wedding industry and how it will begin to pierce the mask of the current Canadian Wedding Identity. Through film, Unveiled explores how the legalization of gay marriage has affected the wedding industry and the identity of the Canadian heterosexual fairytale wedding.
// Credits //
Stefan and Owen
Robin and Ange
And all the venues and vendors who allowed us to film their spaces.
Creative Director: Danielle Barich
Cinematographer: Oliver Lee
Camera Assistant: Lawrence Hebia
Music licensed from Vimeo.com
"Palestrina - Kyrie - Missa Sicut lilium inter spinas" by The Tudor Consort
“Claustrophobia” by Binary
“Simple Love (instrumental)” by 3 Theory
“Song for You (instrumental)” by DuffMusiq
“Naked Hearts (instrumental)” by Gayle Cloud
“To Be Young (instrumental)” by Stag
// Technical Details //
This documentary was shot using two Canon 5DMK2's, Canon 550D, Canon 24mm 2.8L, Canon 50mm 1.4, Canon 45mm 2.8 Tilt-Shift, Canon 85mm 1.8, Tamron 24-70mm 2.8, and Zeiss ZF 50mm 1.4.
As hard as it already is compiling together Love Story videos, it's by far much much harder doing your own Love Story film. As some of you already know, Keri and I got married in September of 2012 and we had decided beforehand that we weren't going to do any films for our wedding as 1. We'll both be too busy with our own wedding, let alone shooting it 2. With our high expectations, we would blow our entire wedding budget to get the right person to shoot it. That is until a month before, after a friend's wedding when Keri had rehashed the idea of doing a Love Story, but this time it was an Engagement Story.
We had an amazing time doing this, but I think I've had an earful of my own voice to last a lifetime. I don't know how Keri does it.
We started the day off early with Sasha and her bridesmaids at a local Acton, ON spa. Three of the guests, fresh off the plane from the London Olympics, our groom included. It's been a crazy month for the couple as Colin was away training and attending the Olympics for his second and final time. Leaving Sasha to finalize details on their wedding and coordinating a move to their new home in St. Catherines a week earlier. A tremendous amount of respect there as we've been planning our own wedding in less than a month and you think you know the work and stress involved, but no. You only find out how much more crazy it is when you're knee deep.
It was a beautiful rustic countryside wedding, with Sasha crafting alot of the DIY decor. I remember months back that the only thing that Colin wanted at the wedding, along with Sasha of course, was a roasted pig. Oh he got that pig, and boy was it delicious. So delicious that there was nothing left to include in this film.
As this wonderful couple closes one chapter and opens the next, we wish them all the best!
Technical Details //
This was shot on a Canon 5DMK2 w/ Magic Lantern and a Mosaic Engineering VAF-5D2 Anti-aliasing filter. A Canon 7D was also used during the ceremony coverage. Most of the sshots were done with a Zeiss ZF 50/1.4 supplemented with Nikon 35/2, Nikon 28/2.8, and Nikon 100/2.8. Use of the traditional sticks, Manfrotto 561bhdv monopod, Konova K3 slider, and Glidecam 2000HD.
Music: "Light Me Up" by Kathryn Ostenberg.
Licensed through Songfreedom.com