Korsica and Jeremy held their wedding and reception at the Rock Springs Center, in Greenville, North Carolina. The venue is vast and elegant. Here is the montage video that caputes some of the highlights of the wedding day.
Hunter and Channing exchanged their vows and celebrated their marriage to one another at the Broadslab Distillery. The venue was gorgeously decorated with a Christmas theme.
Here is Elizabeth and Lorenzo’s wedding montage.
Rebekah & Eric were married at Portofino in Clayton, North Carolina. Portofino is an awesome venue. It has stables, horses, and a beautiful setting for an outdoor wedding. Rebekah and Eric were married under a large oak tree. The audio was recorded off a soundboard set up by the DJ. I also put a microphone on Eric as a backup. It is so important to have quality audio, in addition to quality video. The vows can be heard using the microphone placed on the minister, but I always like to put a mic on the groom to get louder audio. The groom’s mic also helps pick up the vows said by the bride.
Here is Rebekah and Eric’s Wedding Montage Video:
The reception took place in the Portofino clubhouse. The venue is gorgeous. If you watch the wedding film, take time to notice the fireplace behind the father of the bride. The outdoor setting is rustic and dimly light. The wedding ceremony and reception settings really helped give the wedding film a scenic backdrop. The locations the bride and groom got ready in were very elegant. The audio from the interviews, ceremony, and reception was used to thread together the footage from the wedding ceremony and reception.
Here is Rebekah and Eric’s Wedding Film
Emily and Ben were married at Mordecai Historical Park near Downtown Raleigh, North Carolina. The ceremony took place outside under a large oak tree. I filmed the wedding ceremony with four camera angles. One of the cameras was set behind the couple. This makes it possible to get the couples face in the frame as I film. I recorded the audio with two wireless microphones. One on the minister and one the groom. Audio is just as important as video. The two got ready at a hotel in downtown Raleigh. I interviewed both Emily and Ben prior to the ceremony. I used their interviews, audio from the ceremony, and audio from the toast for the wedding film. I made a brief teaser video and released it prior to launching the wedding film.
Here is the teaser video:
A wedding film is much different than the traditional wedding video. It is a condensed version of the day that uses narrative audio to thread together the video footage. Some bride and grooms are more outspoken than others. Emily and Ben did an excellent job of telling their story. What really sets Emily and Ben’s wedding film apart from others are the toasts that were given.
Here is their wedding film:
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As a wedding videographer, I get to film all over the state. Clayton, North Carolina has a few venues that I have filmed wedding at. I have filmed about five weddings at Amelia Chrisitian Church. The church has a balcony that I ussually film from in addition to multiple cameras in the sanctuary. I ussually plug into their soundboard and place a microphone on the groom.
Kelly & Richard’s recpetion took place at the Country Club of Johnson County. I love filming at golf courses because of the senic backdrops.