Farrah and Keerti Wedding Highlights



Farrah and Keerti civil ceremony at Manor Grove Hotel. They booked the cinematic wedding package and received this film as their wedding highlights.

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Corporate Video Examples

We are a full-time media company involved in producing corporate films and television. We have recently done work for Barclaycard, Little Chef, Domino’s Pizza, Mapfre just to name a few. Here are a few examples of our corporate work.




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Somy & Rahil




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Can you really shoot it yourself?

shoot-it-yourself?

You may have recently seen a company - Shoot It Yourself- on Dragons Den who stated that the best way to capture your wedding day is to shoot it yourself.  As professional videographers we found allot of their claims about pros untrue. This company appear to claim that the editing of the footage is the professional part and that letting your friends and family capture the day ends with better, more fun results than a professional camera shoot of your day would.  

The advantages of this approach

We believe that there are advantages to having your friends and family shoot footage of your wedding day.  Some of these advantages include: 

- You as a couple are more likely to be relaxed around people you already know, so you will provide more natural reactions and ultimately end up with some fun, entertaining footage. 
- You can also shoot footage all day from waking up in the morning until the last track on the dance floor 

The problems with this approach 

If this is the only video you are going to receive of your wedding day we believe that there are some major issues with this approach.  Some of these issues include:

- You are making your friends and family responsible for capturing all the important moments in the biggest day of your life (this could end in tears!)
- You may put too much pressure on your guests.  Your guests are there to enjoy your day, not to work and feel responsible for capturing everything going on
- Even in ‘auto camera mode’ issues can occur that require manual override knowledge (backlight issues, audio interference, filter switching etc)
- Even experienced television camera operators admit that filming a wedding professionally is one of the hardest tasks a videographer can face (a live event is not easy to capture correctly the first time)

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'Behind the scenes extra' solution 

We believe that the solution is to have a behind the scenes extra section to your final Blu-ray or DVD.  We will lend you a broadcast level HD camera to film the wedding yourself from a behind the scenes perspective, whilst we shoulder the responsibility of capturing the big moments professionally, letting you and your guests relax and just capture moments throughout the day. 

This lets your friends and family be creative in capturing fun moments, rather than be responsible for filming the whole day.  They can then shoot as little or as much footage as they feel comfortable with.  We will provide you with an ideas sheet of the shots you could capture and that we find usually work well, but really your guests creativity is the only limit!  We will then edit the footage into a presentable 10-20 minute extra on your final disc.  

Take a look at our behind the scenes extra page to find out more 

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Aman & Amanda -Cinematic Plus



Aman and Amandas wedding day took place at the Four Seasons Hotel, Canary Wharf. They booked our two cinematographer package (the Cinematic Plus), enabling us to capture shots from various angles.



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Lucky & Adam - Cinematic



After filming her brothers wedding video, we were booked to produce a cinematic wedding film for the wedding of Lakveer and Adam. Hampton Court House is a well hidden secret venue found just over the Hampton Court bridge and down a dirt track. Lakhveer and Adam had their civil wedding there followed by their reception. For its elegant decor, Palm and Willow trees, a large lake, feature outbuildings and landscaped gardens, its one of the best venues we have been to. Incredibly, most of the time its used as a school.



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Wedding videographer London, cinematic wedding video London

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Daniel & Sinead - Cinematic



After getting married in Our Lady Catholic Church in Addiscombe, Sinead and Daniel had their reception at the Warren, a Police social centre in Hayes Kent. This venue has seating for up to 150 guests and has 3 separate areas for creative photography. There is also access to the flat roof for a dramatic arial group shot. For those looking for something different, the centre has an old blue Police Box in the front shrubbery for that quirky photography.

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Samir & Janki - Cinematic



Samir & Janki got married at the Renaissance Hotel on the Bath Road near Heathrow. They had a Hindu ceremony and approximately 250 guests attended. It was over the Christmas period and most of the photographs were taken inside with the Christmas decorations providing a colourful backdrop. The main room was turned around for the evening reception by Wishes Catering and the room looked stunning.

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