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Garry Garza July 7th, 2009 06:57 PM

Aerial Wedding Videography||The Real Thing
Here's our couple's post nup pictorial using aerial videography.

Thanks for watching!


Don Bloom July 7th, 2009 07:05 PM

the link takes us to the Vimeo home page.
Perhaps you canedit your post with the proper link.

Garry Garza July 7th, 2009 07:33 PM


Originally Posted by Don Bloom (Post 1168521)
the link takes us to the Vimeo home page.
Perhaps you canedit your post with the proper link.

Thanks Don!

Susanto Widjaja July 7th, 2009 08:34 PM

o my gosh... you really have been thinking outside the box with this one...

I don't know whether this is a good application in wedding videography or not, but it is certainly a damn good effort.

I guess we could expect a phoenix rig from cinevate soon or something as a rig to radio helicopters :P

Well done!


Joel Campos July 9th, 2009 01:20 AM

Gary...that is really really cool! There was show on TV that featured a similar R/C helicopter rig...it wasn't used to shoot weddings but to gather footage of beach front properties for Real Estate firms to give to their prospective buyers. Not too sure if there is a market where you are for that.

Mary Angelini July 9th, 2009 07:11 AM

Wow, I'm impress with your creativity.
Would you like to share information on your set up?
Although I am relativity new to wed videog, and I don't use even some basic toys like steadicam and fisheye, I am so curious!! did you have a remote viewfinder? What type of camera did you use? I have so manny questions, I hope you share!!!
hummm..... I bet I could get my fiancée to a shoot if a remote control helicopter toy was involved.

Jawad Mir July 9th, 2009 09:17 AM

That's just awesome idea.

And the footage looks really good. GREAT JOB

Kevin Duffey July 10th, 2009 12:55 AM

I am along the lines of Mary.. I am trying to get into videography, be it weddings, events, etc. I have been dying to get a rather expensive toy.. been a while since I have looked at it tho.. but it's basically the "ufo" remote toy but with much better parts.. brushless motors and such. However.. I don't think it could carry a good HD camera.. I could be wrong. How much did that rig cost..and how long to learn to pilot it smoothly without crashing it.

I really like the idea of the video moving away in the air..that was very neat. Good job.

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