Photos are great for capturing the essence of your wedding day. Albums are a great way to preserve and share your story. But for some parts of the day, you really want to hear what was said, to see the action as it happened. Video can also help set the scene, capture the atmosphere and remind you of what made your day so special.
It's easy to add wedding a wedding video to your package. I take all the usual still photos, plus I also capture key moments on video - the bride's arrival, the vows, the speeches, and lots more besides. There are no extra cameramen to worry about or to get in the way. I use a combination of tripod and hand-held cameras.
Edited together into a beautiful video presentation, they bring your day to life in a really special way. You can share online highlights, and have the full video on DVD or Blu-Ray.
And finally, you get to see all your photos.
Here's my portfolio reel, and highlights from several individual weddings:
Jacob and Shannon in Leicester:
Andrew and Page in Lincoln and at Stoke Rochford Hall:
Steve and Laura at Elstow Abbey and Woodland Manor, Bedford:
Shaun and Katie at Rockingham Best Western, Corby:
James and Sherry at Dodmoor House, Northamptonshire:
Barry and Lisa at Woodland Manor, Bedford:
Fraser and Helen at Brampton Grange, Northants:
James and Faye in Bodicote House and Kings Sutton Memorial Hall, Banbury
Bruse and Aili in Felmersham, Bedfordshire: