I had the pleasure of filming the wedding of Rebecca and Guy last month. The venue was Boughton Golf Club near Faversham. Golf clubs are great wedding venues because they have huge grounds and we took full advantage of that asset.
The highlight video, above, is hilarious. Their photographer on the day, Richard from RG Studios in Ashford, and myself had a hard job keeping up with Rebecca and Guy in the golf buggies. I never knew that a golf buggy could drive so fast but they do. In fact, Rebecca has a lead foot and it was all a bit hair raising but great fun. We must have travelled several miles across the greens to get our shots.
Richard and I worked well together which is always a true sign of professionals. We’re all there to do our very best for the happy couple.
Church or reception venue?
I do prefer a wedding to be at the one venue. It gives me more time with the wedding day itself as opposed to traveling between a church and the reception. Church weddings involve a certain method of working and can usually run to a full hour.
I do tend to deliver all of a ceremony in the final video. Some videographers may cut out certain parts that they feel may drag. I don’t because something may be very important, a favorite hymn or reading that is special to the couple. That’s what chapter points are for on the DVD. You can skip a part if you want but at least it’s there.
It’s not rare for a wedding video to run to two discs, that can be governed by the length of the ceremony and the speeches more than anything else but I know you want to have it all.
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