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Old April 13th, 2009, 12:08 PM   #1
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The best part is definitely when the photographer is almost dragged into the pool by the groom!! (at 2:02 into the clip....)
blog: Cabo San Lucas wedding video showcase
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Old April 13th, 2009, 04:12 PM   #3
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I think you just have to enter your email and you get sent a password...
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The best part is definitely when the photographer is almost dragged into the pool by the groom!! (at 2:02 into the clip....)
blog: Cabo San Lucas wedding video showcase
No offense intended, but I'm not registering somewhere with an unknown entity just to view a clip. Can you provide the direct Vimeo link?
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No offense intended, but I'm not registering somewhere with an unknown entity just to view a clip. Can you provide the direct Vimeo link?
That's OK, I understand what you're saying. I just embeded the vid in my blog if you want to check it out!
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Hi Vlad

That looks like a stunning location, lucky you! Certainly seemed to be a bit of a wild party, which I think you managed to capture that energy. The music suited the piece and is a break from the norm we usually see here, so that was great. I noticed a couple of the shots had a bit too much what looked like a diffusion filter, and the focus seemed pretty soft on a number of other shots. Perhaps that was the look you were shooting for?

Also thought there might have been just a bit too much location footage, ie dog shot on the beach, did not seem relevant, to me anyway.

Overall though I thought it was a very edgy piece and is pushing the boundaries of a "normal" (if such a thing exists) highlights piece. Not sure if it is everyones cup of tea but you obviously connected with the couple and I'm sure they loved it.

Thank you for sharing Vlad. I will be looking out for more of your work.

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Thanks Darren!
...by the way, I am cutting back on the diffusion filter type stuff :-)


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Hi Vlad

That looks like a stunning location, lucky you! Certainly seemed to be a bit of a wild party, which I think you managed to capture that energy. The music suited the piece and is a break from the norm we usually see here, so that was great. I noticed a couple of the shots had a bit too much what looked like a diffusion filter, and the focus seemed pretty soft on a number of other shots. Perhaps that was the look you were shooting for?

Also thought there might have been just a bit too much location footage, ie dog shot on the beach, did not seem relevant, to me anyway.

Overall though I thought it was a very edgy piece and is pushing the boundaries of a "normal" (if such a thing exists) highlights piece. Not sure if it is everyones cup of tea but you obviously connected with the couple and I'm sure they loved it.

Thank you for sharing Vlad. I will be looking out for more of your work.

Cheers
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