Debrief.

“Oh my goodness, wow wow wow! We absolutely adore the ¬†film. We have watched it about 50 times already!! It is absolutely perfect, you captured the day so so well. I honestly have no words, we are just over the moon with it. Thank you so much.”

So I won’t beat around the bush here, this was my first wedding film. I’ve been a wedding photographer for 15 years but I’ve been planning expanding into the moving stuff for quite some time.

I was lucky enough that Lucy and Ross put their trust in me to be a part of their special day, and special it was. I’ve always known that film is important. But in some ways, I didn’t realise how important until I sat down to edit. Everything we consume nowadays is so visceral. Adding movement, words, atmosphere reaches you on a level that still images can’t. Don’t get me wrong, I could show you a stills slideshow I have put together and you’ll be in tears for sure! But it’s the sense of reality that film offers, it’s more intimate I suppose.

Anyway, with the above words in mind, I suppose I should let the film do the talking. But incase you’d like to know, this was a beautiful day at a stunning venue. I’m lucky enough to have worked at Bredenbury Court on a few occasions and it’s truly magnificent. The building excitement in the morning and the fun and laughter throughout the afternoon was infectious and I walked away with a huge smile on my face!

Congratulations to the very lovely indeed Lucy & Ross.

Venue

Bredenbury Court

Couple

Lucy & Ross

Vibe

Excited, emotional.

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If you like this film and fancy one like it for your wedding day, get in touch! I’d love to hear all about your plans and how your day will be unique to you and your¬†personalities!

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