This is SDE Weddings and we film a lot of weddings here in Toronto.
This is our website: http://sdeweddings.com
And this is our feed back.
First of all, by no ways are we the best in the industry. We only been filming weddings for about 4 years. There are many people who are a lot better than us. So please take our advice as just our opinion.
Video – Thumbnail
-from a marketing presentation, you can pick a better video thmbnail for your vimeo video.
Framing – 0:29
is okay to have artistic framing, however, for exterior & establishing shots, I would usually try to have a straight framing & not slanted. (just our style, doesn;t mean is necessarily right)
-we notice a lot of video noise in your wedding video
-camera gears & lenses are expensive. when you get a chance I would invest in better gears just to produce better image quality
(footage in reception is really noisy)
-low light is one of the biggest issue we face.
-one of the most tool when we film weddings in Toronto is that we use sliders.
-there are some cheap sliders starting at around $150 on B&H
-I felt most of the shots you done were done handhelf?
-I would invest in a decent monopod or tripod
-I would get a rode mic to attach to your DSLR
-invest in H4N or H1N to record sounds externally