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Chandra & Chris Cinematic Edit

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Chandra & Chris Cinematic Edit

It rained that day. Thankfully it waited till the outdoor ceremony was over, but honestly, even if it had poured all through the ceremony, the amount of love and good feelings surrounding Chandra and Chris would have kept us all warm. 

I really enjoyed the whole process from our initial meeting, through getting to know everyone a little better throughout the day, to adding the finishing touches to the final cinematic edit. Working with Tammy from Divine Weddings made the day run smooth as silk. And the Danny Kramer Band killed it on the dance floor too. There's nothing like live music. 

Fun times for all...

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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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Cinematic Feature - Somsamay & Jason

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Cinematic Feature - Somsamay & Jason

There was laughter. There were tears. Most of all there was a whole lot of fun.

I learned the Thavisone family recipe for egg salad sandwiches. I found out that the bride went to the same school as my wife did and that the MOH (Maid of Honour) was the sister of my poker buddy's wife. That's Winnipeg. Well, actually, that's Morden for you! (That's where everybody was from, originally!)

It was fantastic working on a wedding planned by Tammy from Divine Weddings. Smooth as silk. The Fort Garry reception room that she put together was understated and charming, just like the couple! And the florals were done my my good friend Peggy from the Little Flower Shop. Gorgeous.

Congrats again Somsamay and Jason. It was great to share the day with you and I hope the movie brings back all those great memories for you for years to come.

If you enjoyed this short cinematic feature and want something similar for your wedding, best visit the contact page today. 2014 is almost fully booked and 2015 is getting that way too. We would love to have you over for coffee to hear about your plans!

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