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Janice & Christian - Winnipeg Wedding

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Janice & Christian - Winnipeg Wedding

The great thing about having one company do both photo and video coverage for your wedding is that we can be sure we capture every single important moment of the day. Janice and Christian's day was full of laughter and tears and a whole bunch of fun.  The photos capture the grace and style. The video captures the laughter and emotion. Take a look for yourself...

And here are some of our favourite photos from that spectacular Autumn day...

So a big THANK YOU to Janice and Christian for trusting us to capture all those memories. We had a blast working with you and we wish you guys a long and fun filled life together!

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Manpreet & Komal - Next Day Edit

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Manpreet & Komal - Next Day Edit

It's no secret that East Indian weddings are my favourite. It's the colours, the different traditions and the scale of the receptions that provide so much opportunity for us to be creative film makers. It also helps when the couple is as wonderful as Manpreet and Komal were all week. 

The NDE (Next day Edit) is just a little taste of all the events that take place during the week. For this edit, I found it really difficult to keep it short. At 9 minutes, it's still pretty long for this type of edit but I could have made it 15 minutes with all the fantastic footage that came in from all my different shooters. I only wish I could show you guys the footage we captured at the reception now too. (You're just going to have to wait for the the cinematic feature film!). Let me just say,  Events by Emma knocked it out of the park. It was, in a word, breathtaking.

So, without further ado:





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Free Wedding Video

Kassandra and Ben won a free wedding video from us in the Wonderful Wedding Show competition. I believe they had to chase all around the city in a wedding dress to take part in the competition. What I remember from that day was that they left the rest of the field in the dust (well, technically the snow: It was in the Winter). They won by a mile. The group of vendors that they got free stuff from was mind bendingly awesome too. You can see some of them in the short cinematic feature we produced... 

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April and Zach

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April and Zach

It's no secret I love country weddings. The thing is I have a thing for city weddings too. So when April told me they were getting married out in the country and having the reception at the Fort Garry I knew this was going to be a good one! 

The next big plus for this wedding was that Tammy from Divine Weddings was involved in the planning and décor. The whole day felt completely smooth and looked just gorgeous on camera. It was also a pleasure to work with Kamp Photography on this one too. I really like Jake's style both in terms of the finished product and his relaxed demeanour on the day.

I always get a kick out of seeing the bride and groom first thing in the morning. Sometimes they are nervous, sometimes excited and most just want the day to be over so they can get to enjoying the party. With April and Zach I just got an overwhelming sense of how much they DIG each other. They were just happy to be getting married! Love that.

For the camera geeks out there: I used 4 Canon 60D's, a gopro, multiple shotgun mics and Coollights for reception lighting... and I shot this wedding solo. 

Without further ado, here is the main feature...



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Ruby & Tanner - A Winnipeg Wedding Movie

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Ruby & Tanner - A Winnipeg Wedding Movie

I smiled the whole way through this edit. It was hands down the funniest wedding ceremony I have ever filmed!

The whole week was a well oiled machine. Not a hair was out of place and everybody was so warm and welcoming. I hope I captured that in the feature film. It's a long one. Just over 30 minutes, but there was too much amazing footage to leave any more on the editing room floor. (Figuratively speaking).

The soundtrack for this one is a bit different from some of my other work. The couple had a musician (singer/songwriter) friend who performed at the second ceremony and reception. He also graciously sent me some of his original music to use. Mandippal Jadhu is his name and you should immediately go to his website here and buy his album.

No, wait... first watch the movie and then go!

And here are a bunch of stills of some of my favourite images from the film...

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