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Katie Fasel October 5th, 2011 07:07 PM

Wedding Sneak Peek - First Time Posting
OK, this is my first time posting a sample video on here. I'm nervous, but would love some feedback.

We've already shared this with the bride and groom and they love it...but you know as well as I do that customers look at video in a much different way than we do, and I would love feedback.

Just a couple notes..I know the audio of the speech is not the greatest, and we struggled with our exposure a little as it was a gorgeous but cloudy day...intermittent extreme bright sun, followed by dark clouds off and on through the whole ceremony. And, you can tell visually that it was a bit windy (although there is no audio to support that in this clip, but we actually were very pleased with our audio from the ceremony considering the wind, as welll as the boats that kept going by on the lake!)

Anywho...would love to know anyone's thoughts!

Patrick Scott Fisher October 5th, 2011 09:31 PM

Re: Wedding Sneak Peek - First Time Posting
What cameras did you use? The works solid. I'd categorize it as a "traditional" wedding video. I did find it a little confusing with toast audio over video of what I believe to be the vows (people were talking on video but I was hearing different audio) Maybe cutting away to more generic/non-speaking shots of the ceremony and lay the toast audio over that. .
Don't beat yourself up about the speech audio, it was passable. If the couple loves it you did your job well.

Katie Fasel October 6th, 2011 10:36 AM

Re: Wedding Sneak Peek - First Time Posting
Thanks for the input Patrick. We shoot on Panasonic HMC150s. I see your point about the audio over the parts where other people are speaking. I think to me and the bride and others who were there it's less confusing because we know what the source is, but now that you say that it's even more difficult for me to watch.

"Traditional" is very much our style, so you hit it right on the head. Thanks for your thoughts.

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