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Weekly Wedding Inspiration – Wedding Cinematography

Bride Vs Groom, Wedding BlogFor this week’s Wedding Inspiration we thought we’d share with you some amazing wedding videos from, in our opinion, some of the best Wedding Videographers/Cinematographers in the world. As a self-confessed video geek (and having recently shot a wedding video myself) I spend a lot of time browsing the web to find inspirational videos and the three we’ve found for you today are simply stunning! Each is shot in a completely different style and edited to achieve a completely different effect, but in their own way each is equally brilliant and truly inspirational. Oh, and the weddings themselves are pretty amazing too! So grab a cuppa, sit back and be inspired by some truly fantastic wedding videos by some masters of their craft!

The Charming…

Chrissy & Wilson, Earlysville, VA

Josh Gooden Photography & Cinematography

The Rustic

Tony & Jessica – Malibu, California

The Cana Family

The Rock n’ Roll

Karla & Tico – Mi alma gemela

Reelove Wedding Cinematography

Aren’t they amazing?! So if you weren’t thinking about having a videographer at your wedding, now you’ve seen what they can do perhaps you should! To see more of these brilliant Cinematographer’s work do check out their websites, there’s plenty more stunning work where that came from! Can I recommend you get a cup of tea BEFORE you do so though… if you’re anything like me these videos are in danger of becoming SERIOUSLY ADDICTIVE!!!

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  • Holly J. Kotzé - June 17, 2012 - 9:12 am

    These videos are amazing! But with the last one I can’t help but think what a really odd music choice it is. While My Guitar Gently Weeps is a fantastic song and this is a really great version but couldn’t be more out of keeping with the sentiments of a wedding. “I look at you all, see the love there that’s sleeping” and all the stuff about the other person being controlled and bought and sold by other people into a loveless existence. And the only thing he can do is stand by and watch (and play some awesome guitar). I would be interested to know why this was picked as the song.
    Songs are so important! It’s more than about the tune! So for me, even though the video is amaze, I just can’t get over the content of the song which puts such a sad slant on the whole event.
    Maybe that’s the point. If so, then I guess it’s more of a great film experiment than a wedding video…ReplyCancel

    • bridevsgroom - June 17, 2012 - 11:24 am

      I agree that it does set up a bit of a solemn tone but at the same time I think the way the whole video is shot it suits it beautifully. Although I guess most people would be looking for a more joyous reflection of their day this video has more of an attitude about it which seems to suit the couple and makes it really unique and exciting and quite an edgy cinematic experience. It’s certainly not for everyone where weddings are concerned but I’d be blown away if I received something like this. It’s so beautifully shot and gives you something extra from the day, not just a traditional record. I find it really interesting how wedding videos have evolved from someone just setting up a camera at the back and hitting record to something more cinematic, I guess the art is finding the balance in the two and getting it right for each individual couple.ReplyCancel

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