Tuesday, August 02, 2011

Wedding Videography Reinvented!

If I had my way, gone would be the days of full wedding day videos involving editing multiple angles of a ceremony and reception. Who watches that? Wedding videography should be something that can be put online and shared with friends easily. Why do you hire a photographer? ...to capture the emotions and details of the day... Why can't videographers have the same creative freedom to "interpret" as oppose to "document" the events of a wedding day?

This is exactly what I try and achieve with my approach to wedding videography. Give me a few minutes of your time and I'll share with you the emotions that I felt drove the wedding day.  I've been blessed with  a selection of couples who've hired me based on very little past experience or portfolio. Their trust in me to produce a work of art that captures the essence of their special day is an overwhelming responsibility.

Brandon and Lee Ann were an amazing couple to work with. Their energy for spontaneity was something I could never grow tired of. Combine that with the amazing locals for getting ready, ceremony, and reception and it was just brilliant.

Congratulation you two and thanks for letting be apart of your day.

If you're interested in videography please contact me for pricing. This is a new service and I don't have any information listed on my website.

UPDATE: We have just launched out new Wedding Cinematography Blog were we will be discussing all things pertaining to wedding videography. Come and join us!

In Christ,
David Price
Black Olive Photographic
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1 comment:

Peace!...with 2 fingers ;) said...

Great work! Very nice ;)