My first time doing Asian wedding videography. With just two lenses and a monopod, I covered this wedding in a completely non-traditional way yet I was liberated. Not having to think about how to set up the next shot actually allowed me to flow right into the next as I followed the bride and groom through their day. Enjoy!
Vintage Weddings Video.. it's just so beautiful when you find a good one. I know I loved them and when I got the opportunity to shoot Sheena and Raul's wedding, I knew this is who they are. Raul and Sheena met at a restaurant. Being a hairstylist, the first thing she took notice of was his hair. "How can I make it amazing?" She thought to herself. Little did she know that Raul was planning to make her life amazing! It was an incredible experience capturing their amazing wedding day.
This was by far one of the most exciting weddings I've captured. I loved the wedding party's energy. There's nothing worse than when you're pumped for your big day and the rest of your wedding party is dragging their feet. Our groom, Jeff couldn't wait to see his bride and as the story progressed, you can really feel their love popping through the screen! Shot at the Pacific Palms. Enjoy!
Orange County wedding videography meets Boardwalk Empire was the pitch made by a rambunctious couple. Audra and David set out to be completely different in their approach to their wedding. With a theme of the 1920s, they had their eyes set on a Boardwalk Empire look and feel. Even though we didn't end up with the exact look and feel due to time constraints, we stayed true to the idea of nostalgia and a sentimental feel to the wedding video.
It was a beautiful wedding from start to finish and the people that gathered to celebrate their journey were a testament to their love for one another. We absolutely enjoyed shooting their wedding and had a blast doing it as well!
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Music by: Jonathan Stark Courtesy of Marmoset Music