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Old July 26th, 2013, 05:45 PM   #1
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Old July 28th, 2013, 02:20 AM   #2
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Hi Stelios

Nice one!! I did a Greek wedding yesterday but they did a lot in English too as the groom wasn't Greek. I put a radio mic on the priest so the audio was pretty much perfect too! You really have to be on the ball though as he moves between the couple and the front of the Church many times. The only think that was tricky to get was the rings as the priest blocked my view a bit but I still got most of it on second cam. To save my bacon I also had a GoPro high up on the balcony so I at least had a continuous backup of the wedding so it should come out very nicely. The reception was more English than Greek and all speeches were in English too but that had some good Greek dancing just like yours.

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Old July 28th, 2013, 05:14 AM   #3
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I only miss one thing here which is ambient sound or voices, for the dancing part in the venue I can understand as you cannot use the music played online but for the ceremony I would expect to hear something. I remember you or someone else saying that for these kind of ceremonies sound was not important because you almost couldn't understand the priest anyway (or something like that) but at this moment I feel totally disconnected to what is going on, it's just a bunch of images with some music. I would not understand your language anyway but having clear ambient sound or voices makes all the difference to me as a viewer and the way I experience a film, even if it's a foreign language.
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Good point Noa

The Greek ceremonies of course have absolutely no music at all at them... the second priest (not sure what he is called) sits down and he chants and that is the cue for the bride to come in .... the rest is all chanting and talking. The guests actually leave the Church while the bride and groom do all the paperwork and wait outside to throw rice and flower petals at them ... I'm used to music playing during the signing but my Saturday one had not one speck on music in it....The reception of course is another story with loud Greek music and very lively!!!

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