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Andrew Waite December 9th, 2010 02:58 PM

Indian Wedding + Helicopter + Longbeach = Awesome Wedding Trailer!
Let me know what you think!

Money shot @ 0:46

Aaron Mayberry December 10th, 2010 11:43 PM

Aw man, that was sweet!

I thought your few helicopter shots fit nicely in this trailer and felt natural being in there (your previous copter ones felt 'forced' imo). Great great vid!

Where did you find that song?

Michael Simons December 11th, 2010 12:39 PM

wow! like a movie. love the helicoptor shots!

Andrew Waite December 12th, 2010 01:19 PM

Thanks Aaron! I agree, it's very tempting to just flood the film with aerial shots as they are awesome and different, but I learned very quickly to hold back. This is only the sixth wedding I've done since we incorporated aerial. I've had the song in my collection for like 10 years, it's a Loreena McKennitt track that I've been holding onto forever for the right project.

Thanks Michael, the helicopter (in this case multi-copter) are neat... the guest of course mobbed me more info... the typical questions, how high does it go? how much did it cost? and, can i fly it? :P

Aaron Mayberry December 12th, 2010 09:00 PM

Oh yeah, I totally understand. I would of done the same thing...again, great job.

How many days was this event? I just did an Indian wedding that was 3 days (10 hours a day) and I really had a hard time with what to include and what not to...or to only focus on one/two events.

Andrew Waite December 12th, 2010 09:37 PM

3 days... 4 hours the first, 6 the second, and 12 on the third. I've done a few now and it gets easier each time. This particular wedding was both Siike and Hindu... Made for an interesting experience!

Bill Vincent December 22nd, 2010 07:43 PM

Nice work, Andrew! I like your use of slightly different speeds for some of your shots - subtle and sweet. Your color is very nice - I'm guessing half of that is your lens/cam selection and the other is your cc and/or grading.

Andrew Waite December 29th, 2010 12:31 PM

Thanks Bill... yeah all Canon L series glass here. Not as much CC as you would think... a lot done in camera.

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