Andrea and David built their wedding day around the classic looks of “Old Hollywood.” Their fun energy and romantic love filled every detail and moment of their wedding, Super 8 was the perfect medium to capture it all. It was an honor to create their vintage wedding film.
From West Hollywood to Culver City, with Century City in between; we had a wonderful time capturing Eileen & Roland’s wedding day on Super 8. I love the way the light fell on them as they had fun taking pictures in front of the now iconic Smog Shoppe. Anytime I can incorporate lens flare, it’s always a treat.
Rolling clouds and evening showers set the backdrop for Sally & Mark’s Spring wedding at Rancho Las Lomas in Southern California. We captured their day on Ultra 16mm along with the complete ceremony and reception toasts on High Definition digital cinema. Jose Villa was awesome to work with and captured some amazing images from the day. The wedding was beautifully executed by Michelle Weita of Details Details and floral and decor was by Nisie’s Enchanted Florist.
We had the pleasure of producing a wedding film for an amazing couple in Singapore. It was such a pleasure capturing their day on Super 8 and digital cinema. Kim Tay of Wedding Concierge coordinated the day and truly produced an amazing event.
Carrie and Jayson’s wedding was one of a kind for us. It’s not very often that we get the chance to capture a wedding that consists a relaxed and intimate number of close family and friends, 18 to be exact. Their wedding was held at the one of a kind San Ysidro Ranch in Montecito and produced by the uber talented Alexandra Kolendrianos with floral by Flowerwild Designs.
Also, Jessica Claire has posted a handful of the amazing shots she captured on here site, you can check them out here.
This is an update to an earlier post we did on a wedding we shot both in 16mm motion picture film and digital cinema at Pelican Hill – Newport Coast. It is so amazing the moods and emotions that come across through different mediums. I am such a fan of motion picture film and when it’s combined with the flexibility of digital cinematography, wonderful results occur. This is a beautiful short film produced in a combination of Black & White and Color 16mm film at the beautiful Resort at Pelican Hill.