If you haven’t seen this wedding film before go and watch it right now! It’s incredible. Sculpting With Time are on the top of their game in this film and it’s a lot of fun to see how they pulled this one off.
This wedding film from Super Weddings is great because it manages to mix up and blend all of the most fun styles of the wedding genre.
This is such a cool concept for a wedding trailer that I think everyone who enjoys creating artistic and unusual edits should experiment with.
This film is a masterclass in what makes an interesting story. Watch it over and over again and you’ll learn a thing or two.
If there’s one thing you can do to bring better audio, shots, and story into your films, it’s incorporating an interview into the film.
The way you edit your wedding films says just as much about your brand as how you shoot them, maybe even more. Dear Vincent shows us that developing a unique editing style can take your films to the next level.
In order to become the best, we must differentiate ourselves from the competition. There are a million wedding videographers (probably not that many, but you get the idea) and it is important to be different enough to stand out.
This scene is very impressive, as is the entire film. The cinematography and sound design are truly masterful and we as wedding and event filmmakers can learn a lot from watching this film.
This time we are taking a look at two different sections. One is an emotional reflection from a father giving his little girl away, (as they say), and the other is a very touching scattering of ashes. We discuss the techniques involved in bringing these scenes to life.
Recently I organised my first styled shoot and I thought it would be fun to take a look at what worked and what didn’t.