Hi Joshua There is no shor


Hi Joshua

There is no shortage of wedding videographers, but you will generally find most of the business going to the top 5% and the rest picking up the scraps. It takes a willingness to learn (which you clearly have), persistence, a bit of creativity and lots of preparation.

I take it you were aware of the lighting restrictions in advance. If so, you should have made an opportunity to get into the venue a few days in advance, at more or less the same time at which the ceremony was to be held, in order to work out optimal camera placements to make best use of available light.

Your roving cam was also under-used and, as Kren mentioned, you really needed to get more close-ups. I think you missed a good opportunity to get some face shots during the processional.

Apart from that – good job!

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