We are always in the pursuit of a great story. Whether you have planned an epic weekend wedding bash or a mid-week elopment escape, our goal is to capture and document the story of your love and the emotion of such a monumental day.
WHAT EXPERIENCE DO YOU HAVE?
We have been filming weddings for the past 5 years. Since then, we've documented over 100 weddings, and have been recognized on Chic and Stylish Weddings, WedLuxe, and Style Inspired Weddings.
WHAT EQUIPMENT DO YOU USE?
Our system consists of professional grade cinema cameras, audio recorders and lavaliers, multiple camera lenses for a variety of angles, and an assortment of stabilizers (tripods, monopods, gimbals).
DO YOU TRAVEL OUTSIDE OF THE COUNTRY?
Yes! Our passports are destination wedding ready. We make things easy for you by booking our own accommodation and flights. We love exploring new locations!
DO YOU REQUIRE A DEPOSIT?
Yes, we require a 30% deposit to hold your wedding date.
DO YOU WORK WELL WITH OTHER PHOTOGRAPHERS AND VENDORS OUTSIDE OF YOUR COMPANY?
Absolutely! In fact we have many, many friends in the wedding business who refer us to their own couples.
WHAT IS RAW FOOTAGE?
Raw footage delivery includes every bit of footage we shot on a hard drive. The footage is fresh off the camera, and completely unedited. Great for those who want to see everything that didn’t make it into their film, or for those who are into video editing.
HOW MANY CAMERAS DO YOU USE FOR THE WEDDING DAY?
We typically will use a minimum of three cameras to cover your ceremony, and then at least two for all other times of the day.
WHAT DO YOU DO TO ENSURE PROFESSIONAL QUALITY AUDIO?
We take great care to ensure quality audio. We use several wireless (lavalier) microphones during the ceremony, and also will tap into the sound board to record any audio that is being spoken through the main sound system (i.e., the venue or DJs speakers).
Do you offer 'SDE's' (Same Day Edits)?
Yes! If you are interested in one, please contact us to receive pricing information.
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