Ardina and Chris were a pleasure to work with and I'm so glad that we had the opportunity to capture their day for them.
Where do I even begin with this one? This edit was one of the most fun liberating edits I've done in a long time. Not to say that I don't enjoy the other edits that I've done in the past. They are all unique and I pour the same amount of effort into each and every one. However, this edit took a different spin.
Two things happened technically to make this edit come out the way it did. First, I started experimenting with true slow-motion. And by "true" I mean I had to decided while I was shooting, to change settings in the camera. So with some sick looking slow-motion, I couldn't have your typical wedding song which leads me to the second thing that happened. When Ardina and Chris sent over some song choices, one stood out amongst the rest. Needless to say, I had to do something a little different.
I also strayed away from the usual color grading I do, although I really like the way this turned out.
With all the advancements with the DSLR cameras, wedding videographer's have been going to town and shooting up a storm. However, the image of all the different company's looks same, and you can tell it was shot with a DSLR. My goal with this piece and many more to come, is to question the camera I shot with, if even for a moment.