I'm new to the forum. I just started getting into shooting weddings. A couple months back I saw a wedding video done by stillmotion and was amazed that instead of just capturing a series of events, they were able to tell an engaging story. I was inspired to shoot one myself. So here is my first attempt:
I look forward to being involved in this community.
Re: First wedding video by Tim O'Neill on Jun 25, 2014 at 3:17:20 pm
I am brand new here and in the same boat as you. Starting wedding videos and will have my first official shoot in about a month. Was just not pleased with a few things in the video we paid for, but knowing this I know I can improve.
I have been told to reference Joe Simon in Texas for his quality and practices. I hope I am not overstepping any boundaries by saying this. Just something another videographer pointed out to me.
Best of luck
Re: First wedding video by Ralph Hajik on Jun 28, 2014 at 9:34:14 pm
I have done a few weddings years ago and moved onto better things as Travel photography and videography. What are you using to shoot weddings and record sound? Your wedding footage looks good and you're on the right track. To perk up your wedding DVD's you can add footage from Digital Hotcakes Wedding Essentials Volume 3. Check them out and watch the trailers. Also, start thinking about adding royalty free music to your DVD's and you can check out SmartSound Music and see what they have. I produce my own travel DVD's when Traveling and are happy to use both of the mentioned above. Good Luck!