well it's not the beaches of bora bora but we found a quiet place to hear veronica and alex's love story. they showed their film to their guests at their wedding a few weeks ago when the entered the reception-sweet story!
this is chris and patricia. totally nailing thier first dance.
and this... ladies and gents... is the story leading up to their first dance.
a solid 3.5? you guys definitely rocked it! so proud of you!
i just posted pictures from adam and tamara's engagement session...the alley, the graffiti...the paint powder-sweet right...? what's sweeter than that is their love story! enns was along for this engagement session and he made a little film! bet ya can't watch this without smiling!
don't forget to leave a little love for the couple on the blog!
after a few months of meeting your soulmate...you stop telling that story-the 'how i met the love of my life' story. mike and michelle have been together a little while and now that they're getting married-they wanted to share their story again... so, whether you've heard it before or not-i'm sure this little film will warm your heart.
Did I have fun with this one!? First off, I had a blast hanging with Mike and Michelle: beer, pulled-pork, poutine and all! They would definitely fall into my "legit, the-real-deal and amazeballs" basket.
What girl wouldn't want to be treated like a princess? Or what boy wouldn't enjoy a good horror flick? Could this actually work out? Oh the tension. Well… you'll have to watch the film to find out. :)
If you've already watched it, you may proceed to read the rest… (or else).
Because "watching" the movie 'Saw' was a significant part of their story we decided to film a portion of their engagement session at an abandoned house in NOTL. So, at 0:55 the film takes a turn into the darkness. To help enhance the horror flick-esque feel, I removed a lot of saturation while pushing a bit of teals in the blacks. I also dug up a bunch of audio folly like cymbal swells, clock dongs and low rumblings (turn your subwoofer on!) to add a bit of spice. For example, the screech sound at 1:02, is timed to match the "being scared" and the chainsaw at 1:07 is under the "the movie saw". After the tension was resolved at 1:37, I added the saturation back to bring us back home.
Did I mention I had fun with this one? :)
- "May it be a Sweet Sound (instrumental)" by Adam Pasion
- "I Am Ezekiel (instrumental)" by Adam Pasion
tonight the handsome groom and the beautiful bride welcomed their guests to the reception with this film... congratulations Phil and Cathy!