Category Archives: 4. Videography

Jeanette Maree Jewellery – photo shoot

Last year I was fortunate to be asked by the extravagantly talented and hard-working Jeanette to document a photo shoot she’d organised. A day in the glorious Dandenongs, working alongside a great team of professionals, with a beautiful model – how could I say no? 😉 Working with quite a tight timeline, Jeanette did at […]

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Pity the poor wedding videographers…

  …who want to make an awesome video but sadly the wedding just isn’t awesome enough for them. I kid you not – some videographers apparently feel this way, as I found out when I saw the following ad for a workshop running in Sydney: “A Cinematographers Guide to Making Average Weddings Great Up here […]

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The joy of wedding videography

Most of the time, we have only fleeting contact with people outside our immediate family or the circle of our workmates. We meet strangers briefly while out shopping, or in a variety of everyday/social situations – then are just as quickly gone. Even when we catch up with good friends, it’s often for a few […]

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My first ever wedding DVD…

My (now) wife and I were planning our wedding some years ago. Well, she was doing most of the planning (things would be different now!), but we both wanted to make sure the day would be recorded so we could look back on it together. We looked at examples of professional wedding videos, but we […]

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The awful truth about wedding videos

Imagine… you make friends with some new neighbours in the street, and they find out you’re engaged. “Congratulations – we got married a couple of years ago… you must come over and watch our wedding DVD!” Now, being honest…. how would you feel at that moment? If you’ve seen many wedding videos already, chances are […]

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