Winter weddings always have a different light and feel to them. The crisp air and early sunsets give a mood so different to the summer. This was my last wedding of the year, and I got to see some familiar faces from a previous wedding, which is always lovely. Rehouse Barn was the venue for this day, and it was a pleasure to work with such professional staff.
Just a quick demonstration of how different footage looks out of camera once it’s been graded in post production. The footage is recorded logarithmically rather than linearly, which makes it appear washed out and a little soft, but more information is retained and leads to a better end result. This is why I don’t usually let people see footage straight off the back of my camera; it takes time to get used to seeing it this way and know what it will look like later.
Laura & Ross' Malcesine wedding saw a bit of Scotland transported to the Italian lakes. The bagpiper (Piper Italy) drew a crowd and gave everything a touch of drama as they boarded the boat to La Voglia. My last wedding from Italy this year; I can't wait to go back!
Well this was a little different. I met up with a photography friend of mine in Venice and shot a little footage whilst she was doing Lana and Max's portrait shoot. I didn't really know what it would become, but it worked out pretty well. Great people to work with, and they brought the star quality to an incredible place.
Michael and Amanda brought some real glamour to Malcesine. We tried something a little different with their wedding film and I really loved how it came out.