This Orange County wedding video is about 9 minutes long so for best viewing performance: press play then pause...let the lower bar turn a solid gray then press play again. The video will then be fully loaded.
Let me start by stating this wedding film was shot entirely by one cameraman (me). It goes to show that you do not need a crew of videographers in order to produce to a beautiful film although it is certainly a big challenge to shoot alone.
Andrew and Kym are high school sweethearts who have known each other since the 4th grade in elementary school. Kym, being a wedding planner...I knew this event would be well coordinated which it was.
This film has lots of natural audio from the vows and toasts mixed to a nice selection of music choosing by the bride and groom. The clip in the front with the groom and groomsmen, although looks staged was totally random and from the hip. It's rare that I get anyone interested in talking to the camera the way they did but these guys were down with being "on cam".
The ceremony took place at The Presbyterian Church of the Master in Mission Viejo, Ca. and the reception was hosted at El Adobe De Capistrano in San Juan Capistrano, Ca.
It was a pleasure working with wedding photographer Trista Lerit again. We have worked together several times and our candid style of shooting blends so well. Some photos of the vent can be seen here.
Joe Paxton of Atmosphere Entertainment took care of the music and reception lighting.