From Snippets to Story

March 27, 2013By DavidCeremony, Editing

One of the best parts of our job is taking a whole bunch of seemingly random video clips and using them to tell a story. The hours that take place across the wedding day are edited down into a concise story; one that you are going to enjoy watching. Believe me, there’s no way you … Read More

YOUR Wedding

February 25, 2013By Emily GardnerCeremony, Details, Reception, Wedding Planning

A couple weeks ago I came down with the flu pretty bad and spent the majority of my time on the couch watching TV. My husband and I generally stick to Food Network and HGTV, but I felt like switching it up a bit. A few hours later, I had watched episode after episode of … Read More

Hashtag Your Wedding

January 23, 2013By Emily GardnerDetails, Social Media, Wedding Planning

What I’m about to suggest might make your grandparents squirm. Utilizing online communication and social media can enhance your wedding, from planning to post-honeymoon. There.  I said it. Now, I’m not suggesting you ask guests to tweet your vows and I’d be the first to give a groomsman the evil eye if he was stepping … Read More

The Ring Shot

January 14, 2013By DavidCinematography, Details, Photography

One of my absolute favorite shots to capture at a wedding is the detail shot of the rings. Many of our photographer friends we work with think I’m crazy (they hate posing rings), but it’s one of my favorites. It amazes me every time we shoot a wedding how different and unique each couples’ rings … Read More

Why meeting couples for the first time is awesome

October 28, 2012By DavidCinematography

One of my favorite events we do every year is the Bridal Bazaar in San Diego. Out of the four shows they put on, we host a booth at the two smaller shows at the Del Mar Fairgrounds. It allows us the opportunity for one of my favorite moments as a wedding cinematographer. Meeting with … Read More

5 Essentials of a Wedding Videographer

September 24, 2012By HollyCinematography

Over the years we’ve learned, often the hard way, that there are 5 essential things a wedding videographer should have with them on the day of a wedding. Sunscreen – Even if the wedding is indoors, we usually go outside at some point for pictures. Sunscreen is very important to keeping us videographers from looking … Read More

Gear Bag: Shootsac

September 8, 2012By DavidGear Bag, Photography

There’s few things videographers and photographers love more than new gear. We’ve owned one Shootsac lens bag for a few years, but finally decided to pick up another one and accessorize both. They arrived on Friday and Holly and I both love them! I first heard about Shootsac from Sean Schofield, a photographer friend of … Read More