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Old December 12th, 2009, 06:28 PM   #46
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Hey Cristian,

Thanks for posting. I agree with what you have to say.

I haven't seen any wedding work from Latin America. What is going on there? Are many wedding videos shot down there?
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Old December 12th, 2009, 09:09 PM   #47
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Here are the trends I'm seeing in videography today:

- transition from long-form to short form final products
- increased use of "cinematic tools" (steadicam, slider, vdslr, off-cam lighting)
- increased visibility and importance of the videographer
I'm curious about off-cam lighting. The only time I do this is when I pop my light off to make the diamonds sparkle. Are shooters using stands at the Reception?

@Christian,

It's nice to have you here! I think you're spot on that we can do amazing things with inexpensive gear. That's what it's all about. I'd also love to hear/see what's going on in South America.
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Old December 13th, 2009, 08:36 AM   #48
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Hi Ken.

As one could expect, there's a lot of wedding work in these lands. People love to marry - and this is great! (business, hehe).
The mainstream, in Brazil at last, is the photojournalism aproach. I haven1t seen nothing appeling to a cinematic aproach.

Curently I work as editor of College graduation cerimonies (very boring...), and I'm moving to start my own business next year, focusing wedding cerimonies. That's the reason I'm here, to learn and exchange with great and professional people at this nice forum.

Dana

I think you understood what I think. Despite the gear, knowing the cinemacraft, one can do a beautiful work.

Well, if you guys are curious about what happen in here, I can post some reels. I'm just very busy with my daughter at the moment. Later I can post and discuss market and aesthesits differecies.

See ya!
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Old December 13th, 2009, 09:48 AM   #49
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Well is nobody is doing cinematic you can corner the market. Godspeed to you!
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