Frequently asked questions
+ DO YOU DO DESTINATION WEDDINGS?
+ HOW MANY PEOPLE WILL BE THERE FILMING ON THE DAY?
+ WILL WE MEET BEFORE THE BIG DAY?
+ WHAT IS YOUR BOOKING PROCESS LIKE?
+ HOW DO I BOOK?
Simply head over to the contact page and fill out our inquiry form. We'll take a look at your event details and be in contact with you shortly. If you have any questions, please feel free to email us email@example.com.
+ WHAT IS YOUR STYLE?
Our style incorporates both realism documentary and cinematic styles. We focus on capturing moments as they naturally happen. We rarely do any posing. Outside of the natural moments, we may opt to have our couples do short action sequences that bring out all those great emotions. We believe your story is best told by those who are closest to you. With packages that include audio, we create a story that has a balance of toast and ceremony audio, with visual sequences of your wedding day.
Frequently asked questions
+ HOW DO YOU CAPTURE THE AUDIO?
For ceremony audio, we will typically mic the groom and officiant with two small lavalier microphone packs. If there is a handheld microphone being used, we will patch into the sound feed for redundancy. For toasts audio, patching into the DJ's feed is the way to go for us.
+ DO YOU GIVE OUT RAW FOOTAGE?
+ HOW WILL I RECIEVE MY FILM?
+WHAT ABOUT MUSIC?
+ HOW LONG BEFORE I RECIEVE MY FILM?
We tell our couples to give us up to 8 weeks to polish up your final film. We love what we do and want to give your film the attention it deserves. Instagram shorts are delievered within a week of your wedding.
+ HOW MANY WEDDINGS DO YOU SHOOT?
To avoid totally destroying all love of filming and to give our couples a completely invested experience, we take a limited number of wedding bookings per year (between 15-20). This ensures that we can give you and your film the time and dedication we believe you deserve.
DO YOU USE A DRONE?
All of our wedding packages include aerial footage. However, this is dependent on weather and location. The Federal Aviation Administration recognizes drones as aircraft, Yeah, we know. Crazy right? That means we are required to hold a license to pilot a drone commercially and must follow regulations. There are certain restricted fly zones, such as national parks and near airports. In these areas, our drone flights may be limited to a maximum attitude or we may not be able to fly at all. We’ll be sure to let you know beforehand if there is an issue after we talk details about your wedding location. For international destination weddings, it’s best our drones stay hangared at home.