I took the opportunity through the Covid lockdown period to seriously look at the camera gear I was using, where my wedding photography was at and where I would like to venture with it and what I might like to add to what I was already doing.
The first decision was that my only aim was now weddings, all other forms of photography, family shoots etc have stopped, and with the weddings my style would pretty much stay the same, but I wanted a little more emphasis on the candid/documentary side of things, so I wanted a sleeker/slimline line up for my camera gear and so took the decision to switch away from my long trusted Nikons and went down the Fujifilm route which opened up a huge opportunity to venture into videography, and so thats what this is right here.
The first highlight video is from Angela & Danny's big day at Hever Castle back in June 2021, and its my first ever attempt at videoing and editing a wedding.
The reaction from the bride was one of tears, happy tears, exactly what I was after.
Thankfully I got a very positive reaction from my second couple to, Sophie & Robert, whose wedding was at the Ravenswood in September.
I realise that, as much as I've shot 275+ weddings for photography, and I know weddings inside out, that videography is still very new to me, so for the near future I will be offering out videography at a 50% discount whilst I gain experience and confidence with it.
£500 for full day coverage, which will get you a short 4-5 minute highlight film and a longer version film that would be 25-45 mins in length depending on how long the ceremony and speeches are.
If you like what you see in this highlights video then please do get in touch as I'd love to chat about your big day and what I can do for you.