Jason + Amy Wedding Day

Filmed anoth­er love­ly wed­ding.

There were lots of fan­tas­tic lit­tle details, espe­cial­ly in the way peo­ple inter­act with their hands, but my favourite moment is when the pas­tor does a lit­tle tilt, mim­ic­k­ing the kiss between the new hus­band and wife.

10 comments

  1. I love the bride dip­ping the groom. Your wed­ding films are like a fan­ta­sy­land, so love­ly, so oth­er­world­ly.

    • Thanks! I added some extra colour grad­ing, which is what gives it that clas­sic cross-processed look.

  2. This is so well done Jeff. I’d mar­ry all over again if I can get you to film the cer­e­mo­ny :) I was recent­ly asked to be THE pho­tog­ra­ph­er at a friend’s wed­ding. I was quite ner­vous, but the pho­tos turned out OK. It was my first time shoot­ing a wed­ding, now I have whole new respect for wed­ding pho­tog­ra­phers. It’s so hard to cap­ture those lit­tle things that make the moment. You real­ly just have to have an “eye” for that type of sub­tle details. Kudos!

    • I think it’s a very risky move to pho­to­graph a friend’s wed­ding. One time I read on a pho­tog­ra­phy forum that the fastest way to ruin a friend­ship is to be a wed­ding pho­tog­ra­ph­er; there’s just so much that can go wrong, and for some­thing so crit­i­cal. Good for you that you pulled it off. I com­plete­ly under­stand the cost of wed­ding pho­tog­ra­phy being jus­ti­fied for the amount of risk involved.

      • yeah it’s risky for sure. I strong­ly insist­ed that they hire a pro, and I’d be glad to serve as a sec­ondary. But they had bud­get issue which was under­stand­able. My friend did rent me a $1800 lens (Nikon 24–70mm f/2.8G AF‑S ED) which helped a great deal con­sid­er­ing the indoor light­ing was­n’t too great and i don’t own any fast lens­es.

      • Wow, have you used that lens before? I find I have to prac­tice for months before using a lens for any paid jobs. Each one has it’s own quirks and char­ac­ter­is­tics. An added risk is the com­pul­sion to buy these toys when we have to return them. :)

  3. Jeff, thank you for the beau­ti­ful work you pro­duced for Amy and me! The cre­ativ­i­ty (and patience) you put into the sto­ry of our spe­cial day must have not been an easy task! I post­ed the video on Facebook to share with friends and fam­i­ly that could not attend our wed­ding. All I can say is that the feed­back has been incred­i­bly pos­i­tive and they love your work! Thanks again and I will def­i­nite­ly rec­om­mend your work to oth­ers!

    • I’m so glad you guys are hap­py with it!

  4. Very beau­ti­ful­ly shot. Loved the music. Quite a coin­ci­dence i saw my first clip of “iz” two days ago.

    • I’ve nev­er seen a clip of Bruddah Iz myself, only an album cov­er. You have a music video to rec­om­mend?

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