Here is the finished product of the Canyonside Cages project with David Ring.
With wedding season beginning, many couples are either on the beginning phases or the final stages of planning their wedding. If so, make sure to have videography included to capture your special day. Check out this video on why its important to have Rolling Shutter Imagery for your wedding video needs.
We had the opportunity to team up with Sandbox, San Diego's newest event space, as well as other vendors in San Diego for an upcoming bridal show in San Diego. Take a look at some of the vendors and make sure to visit each of their website.
Mike Edwards Photography - https://mikeedwardsphotography.smugmug.com
Plan and Simple - https://www.planandsimpleevents.com
WeCater San Diego - https://www.wecatersd.com
We had recently had the pleasure of working with Anna Naturalista to promote her webinar "13 Path of the Prophecies" and the "13 Moons" Spiritual Program. For more information visit her website at annanaturadlista.com
We partnered up with Avenir Thinking and Stepping Stone of San Diego to promote the Recovery Ride, an annual charity cycling event where proceeds benefit the San Diego HIV Funding Collaborative in their mission to fight AIDS. For more information about the event visit www.therecoveryride.org
We had a great time with Canyonside Cages owner, David Ring, shooting for his promo video. As he quickly learned, it's not easy being on the hot seat. Here's a fun bloopers reel we put together. Full video coming soon. Enjoy!
Last week we were fortunate enough to work with FitAthletics to do a video shoot at their Downtown location. A big thank you to people at FitAthletics for making this possible, and to Janelle Huskerson for being our model. Make sure to follow them on Instagram at @janelle_lynnae and @fitathletic to see what they are doing.
Rolling Shutter was in Encinitas, CA to cover a 2-Day Event featuring Anna Naturalista and Marci Lock. The workshop highlighted spiritual teachings of the Federation Damanhur which included guest speakers, communal teachings, meditation, and spiritual well-being. We had the pleasure of covering the retreat and working with the two ladies.
Make sure to follow our blog to see highlights of the retreat. For more information on the the spiritual teachings, visit their website at www.annanaturalista.com, as well as their YouTube Channel Naturalista TV to see their videos.
We had a blast chatting with Empty Rant Podcast. We talked about video production services, drones and share a funny story while filming a wedding. Check out the Empty Rant Podcast to hear the full rant.
As wedding season vastly approaches, many engaged couples are starting to plan out their special day. From searching venues to finding that right cake, all the little details matter. Last time I wrote about the value of hiring a videographer to capture your wedding day. Today I will be offering some helpful tips in what to look for when choosing the right videographer.
1. Look at their portfolio/ previous works. Know what their style is like and see if it matches what you are looking for.
2. If you like what they have to offer, meet with the videographer. Having a sit down with your videographer(s), or any vendor for that matter, is a good way to see if you both parties are compatible. It allows for each party to be comfortable around each other and build a relationship prior to the wedding. The better the relationship, the easier things will be come the day of the wedding.
3. Ask them what services or packages they offer. Each videographer will have a base packages with a certain price point attached to it. Ask in details what each package includes such as hours of coverage, how many cameras or videographers are included, what final product do you get? (documentary edit, highlight, teaser, etc) and what kind of format will you be getting them in? (digital file, dvd, blu-ray etc). Find out any extra costs or add-ons such as extra hours, video love stories, or other services that aren't in the packages.
4. If you have a specific budget in mind, communicate that with the videographer. A lot of videographers will have packages available but if there is a specific budget the client has in mind then they can tailor it to fit their needs. Be mindful of your timelines as this is the biggest factor in how much video coverage they will charge their clients (i.e. 6 hour, 8 hours, or 10 hours).
5. Ask the videographer if they will be shooting your wedding or will it be someone else. During the busy season many studios will book more than one wedding on the same day due to high demand. If that's the case, ask if that particular videographer is available on your wedding date. Be clear on who you are expecting to film on your wedding day. Companies will disclose if it will be them or another member of the company.
6. Be aware of the turnaround time for your video. Depending on the high volume of projects they have, make sure you are clear on how long your video will take to be completed. Some companies offer 4-8 weeks turnaround, while others may take as long as 6 months or longer. I have talked to some videographers that are a year behind! Just take this into consideration so you aren't anxiously waiting for your keepsake to be ready.