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Memories In A Reel

May 01, 2019

Having an audio visual narrative of your wedding as a keepsake is a tradition that has stood the test of time. Whilst cinematography styles and the medium of delivery have evolved through the years, the eye of the cinematographer is still key to a lovingly produced narrative.

Some tips :

  • Put aside some budget at the onset of your planning process.
  • Review a potential vendor’s work across various weddings.
  • Consider the recommendations of wedding vendors.
  • Engage someone whom you can relate to and whom you can connect with.
  • Check on the size of his or her team and get confirmation of how many persons will be covering your wedding.
  • Introduce your videographer to your photographer and get them to coordinate with each other for a smooth workflow process.
     

Proposal
Photo courtesy of Cine Wedding Studio

The setting
Photo courtesy of Drawn Production

Parents
Photo courtesy of Light Feather Studios

The groom's entourage
Photo courtesy of Cine Wedding Studio

Vows
Photo courtesy of Armadale Weddings

Pure joy
Photo courtesy of Stories by Integricity

Good times
Photo courtesy of Light Feather Studios

Taking the bride for a spin
Photo courtesy of Momenz Creation

I do on a beach
Photo courtesy of Stories by Integricity

The final product :

  • What are the components of the package in terms of deliverables.
  • Obtain a definitive timeline for delivery post wedding.


The newlyweds
Photo courtesy of Drawn Production

A sparkling welcome indeed
Photo courtesy of Momenz Creation

Posing for a portrait
Photo courtesy of Armadale Weddings

Bouquet toss
Photo courtesy of Cine Wedding Studio

 

Tip : Ignore the cameras and just relax! More details here.