Posts Tagged ‘becky and jeremy’

Becky and Jeremy: Rehearsal to Reception

August 29, 2010

I’ve had this video on YouTube for a while now, and never got around to posting it on my blog. So here it is, the final product of our shoot with Becky and Jeremy for their wedding.

We were there at the rehearsal, and pretty much the entire day of the wedding. They were so fun to work with, and the family and friends couldn’t have been more cooperative and photogenic. If the rest of my weddings go this well, it will be a good year!

On top of having a fun montage online to show family and friends, the couple also gets the full-length DVD with several individual videos. One of the many perks of working with my wife is that I can use her full-res photos to create the packaging for the DVD. Here’s what the final product looks like!

Becky and Jeremy's Wedding DVD

Front, back, side, and the disc!

Close call

June 14, 2010

Alida and I had a great time shooting our third wedding of the season this weekend.

Becky and Jeremy are officially married!

I’m just digging into the footage to start my editing, and thought I would share a funny, yet terrifying clip from the wedding.

A thunderstorm rolled into town just as the ceremony was about to start. As the wedding party made their way down the aisle, you could hear the thunder outside and the rain hitting the roof. Just as the flower girl was making her way down, the power went out. Thankfully, the power kicked right back on, and the ceremony went on without any more problems. I’m glad that everybody was able to laugh it off, otherwise I might feel guilty for sharing this.

Becky and Jeremy engagement shoot!

May 30, 2010

It’s been a long time since I actually shot this video, and I am finally getting to posting it.

Becky and Jeremy are a really fun and outgoing couple, which made it easy to do two separate days of shooting. Alida and I shot all over the place, from a park full of leaves, to the top floor of a parking garage. It didn’t matter where we took them, they were all for it, and really made each setting their own. The photos turned out great, and I can’t wait to shoot the wedding!

By the way, the YouTube player automatically starts the resolution off at 360, so I suggest cranking it up to 1080HD and watching full screen. Cheers!

Check back soon for updates on several more projects!