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Happy Saturday everyone and welcome along to another Saturday Cinema! I hope you are well and happy this weekend and you have something good planned? I have lots of bits and bobs on this weekend, bits of work to do, bits of house stuff to do, I’m going to see my goddaughter swim in a big competition this afternoon and then a 30th birthday party this evening! More work tomorrow!…what about you?
Today’s wedding has been sent into me by Deneemotion and sees us jet off to Bordeaux for the wedding of Simone and Sean who were married on 12th May 2012 at a beautiful Chateau Rigaud. It really is THE most stunning wedding! The sunshine really adds that something special to the day. Simone and Sean are such a gorgeous couple that any wedding would look amazing but I am especially loving the outdoor ceremony underneath the tree with the cute decorations hanging down around them, the food looks out of this world and what an amazing location! A wedding I would definitely liked to have been a guest at!
I asked Denis what his favourite part of the wedding was ‘The Location obviously! And basically every tiny detail made this wedding special, so at the end of the day we were really knackered due to our desire to film non-stop and as much as possible.’
Why do you think a couple should hire a film maker for their wedding ‘I believe a wedding video has the same value as a wedding photography, however it is essential to make sure videographers use hi-end equipment (like DSLR cameras or C300), otherwise a couple may end up with something they won’t be watching for the second time.
What do you think make a good wedding video ‘We love seeing couples relaxed and all smiles during their big day, it makes us feel very comfortable and we can come up with creative ideas easily. Also, the location and sunny weather contribute a lot, as well as DIY details and surprise performances.