Anniversary Cake

https://austintxweddingvideo.com/2019/06/14/anniversary-cake/

Footage from an upcoming 50th anniversary video.

Cake Video Shots, Color Corrected in After Effects

Removing person from wedding video

https://austintxweddingvideo.com/2019/05/20/removing-person/

Removing the photographer from a wedding video with Adobe After Effects.

The Photographer followed the bride down the aisle taking pictures.  I wanted the footage withOUT the photographer in it.

I brought the shot into Adobe Effects.
I placed a piece of video that didn’t have the photographer UNDER the footage with the photographer. Then I used the ellipse tool to mask the bride and inverted it…. so that the bride was floating over footage with out the photographer.

Then I added an ADJUSTMENT LAYER with auto color and brightness / contrast…

then I added a second adjustment layer and played with the HUE& SATURATION to make the footage look better,

The video is also slowed down 1 percent ( Time stretch 101%) and converted from 30 frames per second to 23.97 frames per second,  to make it look more “cinematic”

 

Shot at the New Braunfels Conservation Society.  May 18, 2019.

http://www.newbraunfelsconservation.org/

1300 Church Hill Drive, New Braunfels, TX 78130.

Stefanie & Robert Wedding Video

https://austintxweddingvideo.com/2019/01/05/stefanie-robert-wedding-video/

Stefanie & Robert Wedding Video

Robert & Stefanie got married on Saturday, October 6, 2018 at the Rockin’ B Ranch, 776 Mountain View Ln, Pipe Creek, TX 78063, USA

https://www.rockinbranchtx.com/

 

Shot with multiple cameras ( A Canon G20, A Canon T3i, ) and Andrew McGuire did the gimbal videography with a Sony A7S.

https://www.andrew-mcguire.com/

 

Edited with Adobe Premiere and some After Effects. I did the “roto’ed” first dance in Photoshop and assembled in After Effects.

Caitlin Green Kovach Wedding ( Go Pro Gimbal)

austintxweddingvideo.com/2018/06/17/caitlin-green-kovach-wedding-go-pro-gimbal/

I shot some of Caitlin Green Kovach’s wedding  with  Go Pro Hero 4 clamped onto a Feiyu Gimbal.

 

This is the camera original:

I took the footage into Adobe After Effects.  I tilted the footage, added some corner blurs, and color correction (Hue/saturation, Contrast & some Auto Color).

This is what I came up with:

 

 

 

https://www.theknot.com/us/caitlin-green-and-mark-kovach-jun-2018