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Old July 7th, 2009, 07:16 AM   #1
A different twist on a "Love Story"
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We recently crafted this feature for a couple and presented it along with their SDE during their reception.

We took a different approach for their interview and also weaved in some fun sequences with their friends.

Jeremy + Pam :: Wedding Story Feature (Love Story) on Vimeo

Thanks for watching!
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Old July 7th, 2009, 10:06 AM   #2
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What a production. That was awesome. I didn't get a chance to watch the entire thing since I have to go to work. I got about 8min into it, i'll finish it up when I get back.
This was perfectly emulated from a reality TV show. You did an awesome job from the very start of your production.
I really enjoyed this....

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Old July 10th, 2009, 03:19 AM   #3
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Thanks Stephen! I appreciate your comments! We definitely were blessed to have a couple that was willing to give us the creative freedom to do something like this.
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Old July 10th, 2009, 06:22 AM   #4
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Thanks Stephen! I appreciate your comments! We definitely were blessed to have a couple that was willing to give us the creative freedom to do something like this.
I think its the other way around. The client should be thankful that they got a hard-working aesthetic videographer rather than uncle-bob-who-still-charges-for-the-bad-job

there's a lot of work there, props to u making it happen. lighting was nicely set up during bbq. well done.

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Old July 10th, 2009, 07:44 AM   #5
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Great job, Joel. It's nice to see different approach to the topic. I love it all, but maybe it's a little to long? But in such cases it's very hard to judge because it's a custom work - customer decides if it is or not long enough - no us :-)
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yea i thought its too long as well, but hey, i think the client must've loved it anyways. its documentary style, not a highlight. so I guess its ok.
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I too did feel like the pacing in certain areas could have been refined and things shortened...but ultimately we had to hit home certain points the couple felt were really important to them...thus we compromised in the length of the video but in the end everyone was happy and we had a captive audience of 500 people experiencing a video feature that they've never seen at a wedding before. Everyone except the couple were expecting to see another slideshow...even the DJ/ emcee introduced it as a slideshow. At the end of the night he came up to us raving about the feature and we (kindly) corrected him about the "slideshow" label. We all had a good laugh. In the end it was good exposure for us and a "feel good" experience for everyone else in the room.

There is definitely room for improvement and i appreciate your thoughts and comments. =)

as we say here in the islands...mahalo (ma-ha-low) or thanks!
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Old July 12th, 2009, 02:38 PM   #8
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Joel,
I enjoyed the piece very much. I especially loved the opening bbq surprise where the bride and groom introduce the bridal party. I have long thought the introduction by the dj of the names of the bridal party, just not enough to let people know who they are and why they are important to the couple. I'm glad they enjoyed it. I know the guests loved it.
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