Ant and Faye were married at one of the most beautiful venues we’ve filmed at, Rowton Castle. They’re wedding was held in the temple within Rowton Castle’s garden and despite a bad week of weather they had sunshine all day.
Ruth and David chose the wonderful location of Coppenhall church, a tiny but beautiful building surrounded by the Staffordshire countryside. Despite the cosiness of the church, we were able to place a camera in furthest corner of the church, along with a secondary camera on a Steadicam. All the sound was captured through a discreetly placed radio mic on the vicar. The reception at Somerford Hall was our chance to get creative, and we set up timelapses of the venue, with floating steadicam shots of the guests and also some subtle tracking shots to ensure there was a delicate and cinematic feel to their Staffordshire wedding video.
Claire and Richard decided 3 weeks before their wedding day that they would like a wedding film recording and we were more than happy to accomodate them. Thanks to the relaxed approach of the venue and the Bride and Groom, we were able to set 3 cameras up for the ceremony, which enabled us to move around discreetly, in the background of the reception capturing a lot of footage on our tracking dolly set up, which created the graceful flowing movement seen in the film. The couple were delighted with the results and had no idea it was possible to capture a wedding in such a cinematic way.