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Old December 8th, 2009, 09:19 PM   #1
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We shot this wedding in the stunning Snake River canyon near Twin Falls, ID. With such a beautiful setting we knew we had to incorporate the scenery as another character. I think it came out pretty well, although 30mph winds make Steadicam shots pretty tricky. d;-)

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Old December 9th, 2009, 10:49 PM   #2
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Hi Travis,

It is always great to watch your work..we really like your style and approach to filming weddings..although we are curious... how do you present the final product?


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Nice work Travis!!

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Thanks Ray!

Kren, I'm not sure what you mean by asking how we present the final product. Could you clarify?
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Hey Travis,

I meant the finished DVD that you provide to the client. Is it more like a 30 minute highlight of the whole day or more chronological/documentary format with all the speeches?

For us we divide it down to chapters like getting ready, ceremony, photoshoot, reception.
Outside of the ring exchange, vows and dinnner speeches , each one is a one song highlight edit format. Just curious what other people are doing. Thanks,
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Okay, I understand now. The couple's DVD will have a 20-minute cinematic short-form edit, this highlights video, and documentary edits of the major events (ceremony, first dance, toasts, etc.). We place the majority of our editing emphasis on the short-form edit, as this is what we expect the couple to watch the most.
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Travis - great job! Do you use the same footage in the short-form and the highlights?
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Great question, Peter. We strive pretty hard these days to make sure that a lot of the shots in the highlights are shots you didn't see in the short-form. That said, there are still shots you'll see in both (B&G seeing each other for the first time, B&G walking out during the ceremony, etc.). But as an example, the shot you see of the bride getting out of the car is a different shot than we used for the short-form. So while some shots are the same, many are not. We want the highlights to feel like a completely separate experience.
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