We have been filming Weddings for over 25 years, We know what will happen next and we will be ready for it.
We have filmed Australian, Italian, Greek, English, Belgian, Ukranian, Belorussian, German, Swedish, Slavonian, Slovakian, Croatian, Serbian, Macedonian, Spanish, Egyptian, Iranian, Turkish, Lebanese, Uzbek (Turkestan), Indian, Sri Lankan, Vietnamese, Chinese, Japanese, Kenyan, South African, Brazilian, Chilean, Peruvian, Tongan, Samoan, American, Canadian, even a New Zealand Wedding.
We film in a documentry style, to catch your day as it happens. We give you an edited version as well as the unedited film of the day. In the average edited version you have a few minutes of the bride and groom getting ready, This is set to music of your choice. Then there is the ceremony with its original soundtrack (edited to its highlights). The Photo Session, again set to music of your choice and, finally the Reception with its own soundtrack. We can, of course vary any of this to suit what you particularly want. Some couples suggest that they do not want the Photo Session filmed as they think this will be a duplicate of the photos. This can be a mistake as the Videographer will capture an entirely different feel to the photo session and this can be the best and most romantic part of the video. With a Photographer and Videographer who are used to working together you get a magic result.
It is best to view our work at our studio as you can then see a variety of weddings similar to what you will be having. We have placed a sample on the website but this is just a short example of what we do, it really tells you very little about us. If you come to us you will be under no obligation and we guarantee you will be under no pressure to go with us. We like the quality of our work to speak for itself.
Our aim is to do our job while leaving you to get on with your day. The whole Photo/Video experience should be fun and free of stress.
Contact us at :
240 Grote St, Adelaide
(Please ring for an appointment as the office is not always manned, but the phones are.)