White Wed­ding Video

My Wedding - - VIDEO | PLANNING -

There are only two things that cap­ture the mem­o­ries of your wed­ding day. The long time sta­ple of th­ese has al­ways been pho­tog­ra­phy. The other is through your wed­ding film.

Th­ese days the tra­di­tional wed­ding video has changed dra­mat­i­cally from be­ing a sim­ple record of your day re­counted through mu­sic and pic­tures, to one that is more like a short film. You may have even heard the term “wed­ding cin­ema”?

In film-like ver­sions, your wed­ding film be­comes story driven, cre­at­ing not just the record of your wed­ding day but also telling the story of you, as a cou­ple. As a re­sult, your wed­ding film is more en­gag­ing, en­ter­tain­ing and valu­able - it is a record of you.

Wed­ding cin­ema has only re­cently come to promi­nence in the world of wed­ding video and es­sen­tially refers to the way in which your wed­ding day is cap­tured or filmed. It is a much more in­volved and creative way of pro­duc­ing a wed­ding film.

Wed­ding cin­e­matog­ra­phy is the fine and spe­cialised art of cap­tur­ing light, move­ment and sound in a creative and beau­ti­ful way. On the day, it in­volves se­lect­ing the cor­rect lenses for the space, light and en­vi­ron­ment, as well con­sid­er­ing the sound setup and an­gles of the var­i­ous cam­eras used.

In post-pro­duc­tion, cin­ema in­volves first con­sid­er­ing the con­tent and story to be told. This in­volves re­view­ing con­tent from the en­tire day and cre­at­ing a co­her­ent and com­pelling story from which to build and cre­ate your wed­ding film.

Then the sound track is con­sid­ered, both in terms of the mu­sic se­lected to com­pli­ment the vi­su­als, as well as the live au­dio cap­tured dur­ing the bri­dal prepa­ra­tions or the for­mal creative shoot, for ex­am­ple. In this way, the mu­sic be­comes so much more than just a back­ground track; it be­comes an es­sen­tial part of the story telling process, just like in the movies.

From there, the con­struc­tion process be­gins, us­ing ele­ments from through­out the wed­ding day to pro­vide you with a beau­ti­ful, en­gag­ing and en­ter­tain­ing wed­ding film that will make you laugh and cry and carry you through not only the day’s events but also your story as a cou­ple.

At WHITE, each film cre­ated is in­di­vid­u­ally crafted in this way to pro­vide their cou­ples with some­thing that is uniquely them. They are a bou­tique wed­ding cin­e­matog­ra­phy stu­dio rep­re­sent­ing out­stand­ing qual­ity, tech­nique and vi­sion. With all the time, ef­fort and money you will in­vest in your wed­ding day, not to men­tion your love and your re­la­tion­ship, hav­ing both pho­tog­ra­phy and cin­e­matog­ra­phy is some­thing you will be glad you did af­ter the day has flown by. And, in years to come, fu­ture gen­er­a­tions can sit down to en­joy some­thing that will, by then, be a valu­able piece of fam­ily his­tory.

WHITE are pas­sion­ate about what they do; they know the value their work for their cou­ples and their fam­i­lies.


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