Davey Posted December 1, 2016 Share Posted December 1, 2016 17 minutes ago, HelsinkiZim said: I have been filming weddings for 10 years. Ask yourself: Am I beauty or am I documentary? If you are beauty then go with full frame (doesn't matter by whom, get shallow DOF). If you are doc, then get a c100. Develop an instinct for schedule changes. eg. When everyone is going to the next room, and when. Even if on paper,, it always changes. Ask people where they are going and why. Coordinate with the bride's best friend. Groom knows nothing and his friends are there to get wasted. Develop a signal so your. B cam can. Go wide when u go telephoto eg. Ring on finger Everything on slider, tripod or gimbal. Go hand held at your own peril. Seek perfection. Oh, and don't fuck up the dance by being embarrassed to light it. The bride's best friend is your best friend - so true. Built such a good rapport a couple of weddings back that she sought me out whenever they were to go slightly off script. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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