The end of a busy month

I haven’t been able to update the blog for the past two weeks, but we’ve finished filming three weddings over the last two weekends. On April 21st, we filmed a beautiful ceremony at the Wayfarer’s Chapel in Palos Verdes. What a gorgeous location! Unfortunately, the church had strict rules and would only allow one camera to stay in the back of the chapel, but we still managed to use both cameras (one had a deep zoom lens, from outside the church) to get a great two-camera video! On Sunday, we went to Topanga Canyon to film a beautiful wedding at the Inn of the Seventh Ray restaurant. I didn’t think it was possible, but this location was even more beautiful than the one before, although it was not designed by Frank Loyd Wright’s son. 🙂 We had a bit of a challenge squeezing in amongst all the trees and plants at this location, but in the end we got a great two-camera video in the beautiful nature-themed venue. The next Friday, we had another two–camera shoot, this time down in Newport Beach. We arrived early to film the bride and Groom getting ready at their hotel and we met up with one of our photographer friends to shoot the wedding. We didn’t know that Joe would be there, so this was a nice surprise! The ceremony itself took place on a yacht that the couple chartered for the evening. Just as the sun set, they started a very beautiful, but short wedding ceremony. From there, the couple and all of their 150 guests had a great time and danced through the night! Now it’s time to get to work on editing!


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