Boho Weddings, no I’m not talking about the blog but about the massive trend that...
Happy Saturday everyone and welcome along to another Saturday Cinema! I hope you’ve all had a good week? It’s been a strange one for me as I wasn’t properly back in the office till Wednesday after my holiday and I was at a wedding all day yesterday as a guest! so I haven’t managed to get a whole lot of work done this week! However next week it’s full charge ahead again!
Today’s featured presentation is brought to you by Tom and Rob of Clark and Palmer, It’s the gorgeous wedding of Sam & Tom who were married on 30th June 2012 at Kingston Upon Thames with the reception in the families garden. It really is a beautiful wedding from Sam’s amazing dress, to the teepee, the gorgeous flowers the decorations. The whole film has been beautifully shot, Tom and Ron have done a superb job of utilising the natural sunlight to create a first rate wedding film, very impressive!
I asked Rob What his favourite part of the wedding was ‘The family garden had been transformed into an amazing reception/party locaton with hanging lanterns in the trees and a massive BBQ on the go! The drinks were flowing from a garden bar, the sunlight was beaming through the trees and there were fantastic high top tents full of dancing guests and suspended flowers and lights.
This was a pleasure to film and an honour to be a part of!’
Why do you think a couple should hire a film maker for their wedding ‘A wedding film captures moments and sound snippets that are so easily missed or forgotten on the day. There’s a brilliant moment in Sam and Toms film just after the speeches, where the groom and best man hug in the background of the shot after a great speech by the best man.
It’s the little bits that bring it all back. With all your friends and family in one place, it’s great to capture as many of these moments as possible’
What do you think make a good wedding video ‘A good wedding video is one that captures the essence of the couple and the day.
We shoot our videos in a natural, reportage style and this allows alot more movement and flow to be brought to the final video.’
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