Michelle and Randee Ceremony
Michelle and Randee got married on Nov 11, 2018 at the Hill Country Hyatt in San Antonio, Texas.
It rained that day so they had to move inside to “The Pavillion”.
This is the first rough cut of their ceremony. A different version with more camera angles and better color correction and sound levels is coming.
Randee Sabalerio and Michelle are getting married on November 11, 2018.
They are getting married at the Hyatt Hill Country hotel. The Ceremony starts at 4:00pm.
The lovely Hailee married the handsome Aundra, Thursday June 14, 2018 at the Chandelier of Gruene.
This is their Wedding Video “best of” highlight reel.
I shot this with multiple Canon DSLR’s and video cameras. I also used as a go pro on a flying gimbal. It was edited by CLASSIC PHOTOGRAPHERS.
I am really proud of the bright colors captured with the Sunlight coming into their open air pavillion. I also really like the flying go pro on a gimbal footage.
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This is a wedding I shot, but did not edit.
It was edited by CLASSIC PHOTOGRAPHERS.
It was shot with a Canon T3I, Canon G20 DSLR, a Go Pro on a Gimbal and a Go Pro hidden on the altar..
If you book early on my advanced packages I can add a special engagement video, telling how you met.
I just read this interesting article from this website:
I agree with many, but not all, of these questions that a bride/couple should ask their potential wedding videographer.
1. How did you get started filming weddings and is it your main business? How long have you been in the weddings industry?
This is a good question. You don’t want a hobbyist, a student or a wannabe.
I have been doing weddings since 1993. So hows that for wedding video experience?
2. How many videographers will be shooting video at my wedding?
For my GOLD and SILVER Packages…. just me. For the SILVER wedding video package, it will be ONE videographer using several cameras on tripods.
3. Have you ever shot video with [insert your photographer’s name here] before?
Hmmmm, I don;t see how that matters THAT much. I’ll answer that one on a case by case basis.
4. What is your production style between documentary style? Vintage style? or cinema style?
Hmmmm…. I would say I mostly documentary but I am trying to move into being more cinematic.
5. What parts of the wedding day do you record?
I mostly document the whole ceremony and reception highlights with one camera for the BRONZE package.
I will shoot all day from the getting dressed to the final driveaway with two cameras with the SILVER package.
6. What kind of camera equipment do you use? Audio?
One Canon DSLR for the Bronze package..
One Canon DSLR and One Canon Camcorder for the Silver package. ( Usually with Go Pros as a back up).
For the Silver wedding video package and above I use sliders, tripods, lights and a go pro gimbal:
I attach a hard wired mike and voice recorder to the grooms lapel.
7. How do you handle music for the wedding film?
I simply use shot gun mikes to capture the sound, but almost always edit in the actual professional recordings of the songs:
If you want a youtube wedding video, I am not allowed to use copyighted unlicensed songs.
8. What types of packages do you offer?
9. How is footage recorded? How do you deliver the final product? Can I see a finished sample?
I shoot on professional High Definition
10. When can I expect to see my wedding video?
I always try to deliver a finished DVD to the bride within a month or two of the event. It all depends on a number of factors.