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A beautiful beach wedding filmed in Long Beach Island, New Jersey. Enjoy the journey through Veronica and Bryan’s big day.

 

This is a sneak peek of the event.

 

Camera:
Blackmagic Cinema Camera 2.5K (Shot in Prores, Video)
GoPro Hero 3 Black Edition

 

Lenses:
Canon 16-35mm 2.8L
Canon 24-70mm 2.8L
Nikkor Ai-s 85mm 1.8

 

Audio:
Zoom H1

 

Software:
Premiere Pro CS6
After Effects CS6
DaVinci Resolve

 

Song: A Beautiful Place to Be

Artist: Tyrone Wells

 

SongFreedom.com

 

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