19/12/14 Categories4k Wedding
Package Type: Cinematic Plus
Aneka and Dineshes' wedding was organised into three parts. The Tamil Hindu ceremony which took place outside in the grounds of Addington Palace and a beautiful but windy sunny day, the civil ceremony which was in the great Hall in the main building and the reception, which took place in the grand marquee. We also provided a camera for the 60 inch overflow television during the Hindu ceremony and this was later used to show a slideshow of the days events to the evening guests.
This is the wedding highlights of Kiran and Gwen. This is the first ever wedding highlights we have filmed and produced in 4K Ultra High Definition, using the Canon 1DC and Panasonic GH4 DSLRs. Resulting in a truly breathtaking picture quality, even when shown here in downconverted HD.
Filming in 4K means a record time on each card of only 8 minutes! Also we had to fully upgrade our editing suite with a new video and graphics card extra RAM and a 4K video monitor. We hope you agree that the results are worth it!
Anita and Rishi had a civil ceremony at Syon Park in the magnificent main building with its ornate architecture and period statues. Our drone was used here for some dramatic aerial shots of the car arriving, the courtyard and later of the couple. The following week the Hindu ceremony took place at a large hotel near Trafalgar Square which gave us the opportunity of taking spectacular shots of the couple with key London landmarks. Some of the surrounding roads were also closed to make way for the grooms spectacular arrival.
20/02/14 CategoriesOther Work
Here is a recent Cine-Look highlights. Using a second cameraman, who records in a cinematic style for parts of the day. The wedding highlights become more cinematic with many of the shots used not seen in the main wedding film, however shorter and less shots than the full cinematic.
The main version will also be edited to include the second cameraman’s shots throughout the day and giving a greater overall perspective.