I’m not convinced I believe in love at first sight, but I do – from experience – believe in insane chemistry at first sight, which then has a really great chance of developing into love… which all sounds very scientific and boring, so stop reading this and instead watch this beautiful trailer and let Liza and Patrick explain it for you, way more eloquently than I can.
Trailer by Epic Motion
Music: 9-10-Noise by TJ Hill and Always With You by Loud Harp, both from Music BedRead More »
Let’s be totally honest. This trailer opens with such a knockout, killer, OMGDIDYOUSEETHAT shot that pretty much anything could happen after that point and I’d want to keep watching. And next time I shoot a beach wedding, I’m totally stealing that shot.
Trailer by Riccardo Fasoli
Music: Never Too Much, Storm and Returning, all by Ryan Taubert and licensed from Music BedRead More »
“Marriage is better understood as a process than as a single act” | Catherine & Patrick by Little Josh Productions
What really makes this trailer for me is the authenticity I feel watching Catherine and Patrick. From her jumping up and down on the bed, to the vows to the first look, everything just feels right, and it’s a credit to Little Josh Productions that they were able to not only effectively shoot those moments, but also to identify them and include them in the trailer to create something that feels very representative.
Trailer by Little Josh Productions
Music: Endlessly by Green River Ordinance, licensed from Music BedRead More »
Want to know why the ceremony in this trailer looks good? Are the folks at Kale Fitch Films skilled filmmakers? Sure. Do they use good equipment? Undoubtedly. But the reason so much of this trailer looks so jaw-droppingly good is because of the light – and it’s light you only get at certain times of day.
So before you draw up your wedding day schedule, check in with your filmmaker and photographer to see how you can make the most of the day’s most beautiful light.
Trailer by Kale Fitch Films
Music licensed from Music BedRead More »
Depending where you are, wedding season is almost upon us. If you’re shooting this weekend, shoot bravely and edit with disregard for convention or expectation.
Trailer by Loud Cinematography
Music: Good Morning by The Kicks, licensed from Music BedRead More »
When you’re attempting your first ever same day edit, it helps to go into the day with something in the bank as far as your cut goes. For Brock Gomez it was the rehearsal dinner speech of the groom, which forms the backbone of this emotional and powerful same day edit
Same Day Edit by BGP Wedding Films
Music: Bookmark (Instrumental) by Andrew Osegna, licensed from Music BedRead More »
On a wedding day there are usually times when it makes sense to shoot conservatively, and times when it makes sense to get creative. The ceremony can often be a time when you feel like you have to lock down your shot, play it safe, make sure you have coverage. So I what I love about this trailer is the adventure in some of the ceremony shots, particularly the first kiss moment and the following sun-kissed recessional, which serve to really pull you into the moment.
Trailer by byDesign Films
Music: Treeline At Night by A. Taylor, licensed from Music BedRead More »
I’ve probably said it before, but I’ll say it again: write your own damn vows, because if you don’t, you probably won’t get much chance to say anything at all on your wedding day, and if that’s the case, your wedding film runs the risk of not having the stamp of your personality all over it. Jeremy and Emily’s personalities ARE this film, and that’s just a beautiful thing.
Trailer by First Look Films
Music: Hymn by Fleurie, licensed through Music BedRead More »
If you need some life affirmation, if you’re in New England like us and this winter has kicked your ass harder than you thought possible, and you want to witness love and sunshine, then start here. Start with a couple who don’t need to say that they love each other, because it’s writ large in every frame of this beautiful trailer.
Oh, and every first dance should be conducted to sparklers.
Trailer by CSM Wedding Films
Music: Two by Analog Heart licensed from Music BedRead More »