How to Edit The Best Wedding Films: Our 7 Essential Steps

How to Edit The Best Wedding Films: Our 7 Essential Steps

In our opinion, editing is THE most important part of film making. After all, it’s where “the magic happens”. For The un-initiated, editing is a mysterious process where magic and trickery is performed. It’s where a seemingly endless amount of footage is crafted into a story with multiple emotions, themes, sounds and subtle effects.  Creating…

7 Reasons Why We Love Working as Wedding Filmmakers

7 Reasons Why We Love Working as Wedding Filmmakers

We can honestly say that we love our lives as wedding filmmakers. We’re lucky that we got to turn our passion into a living, to travel the world and work with some truly amazing people. We could probably write a thesis about our love of this job, but we’ll have to start with a shorter…

Wedding Cinematography Workshop in Toronto

Wedding Cinematography Workshop in Toronto

The “Focus” Wedding Cinematography Workshop in Toronto, Canada We’re so excited to announce our latest Wedding Cinematography workshop “Focus”, which will be held in Toronto this spring (just in time for wedding season!). Whether you’re just starting out as a wedding film maker or a seasoned pro looking to brush up in some skills, we’re…

Destination Wedding Puerto Vallarta, Mexico | Karen + Calvin

Destination Wedding Puerto Vallarta, Mexico | Karen + Calvin

The first I knew of Hurricane Willa was through a welcome text from Jenn (Flora & Fauna Photography) upon landing at Puerto Vallarta Airport. “Have you seen the news?!!”, accompanied by a photo of the news reporter, an image of a huge swirly cloud and the caption “Category 4 Hurricane  heading to Mexico’s Pacific coast”….

The Arlington Estate Wedding Videography | Tara + Shayan

The Arlington Estate Wedding Videography | Tara + Shayan

The dancing may have started right after the first kiss. I’m honestly not sure, but I just have the memory of seeing someone dancing somewhere at all times. Tara + Sayan’s Arlington Estate Wedding was a toughie. Not because it was hard to film or because we didn’t have great material. But because we were…