My formal response to the latest controversy over a blog post by a photographer encouraging brides against wedding videography.Read more "Wedding Photography vs. Videography: An Old and Pointless Debate"
Today we go behind the scenes of the “wedding highlights” spoof (shot on the Scarlet) that I blogged about yesterday. Find out how they did it and why I think it caused so much confusion.Read more "The Making of Mo Squad"
In my ten years as a professional video producer, I’ve never seen a wedding highlights film this good. EVER! Eat your hearts out StillMotion and Joe Simon. :)Read more "Best Wedding Highlights EVER!"
This week we interview celebrity event filmmaker and uber-multi-award winner Brett Culp. Brett talks about success, competition, and his documentary about “Batman”!Read more "Brett Culp on Crossing the 180"
Today we have another episode of “The FlipSide.” These are bite-sized bits of advice shot on a bite-sized camera (my Flip). Today Ryan Koral of Epic Motion “shares” some advice that has helped his wedding and event studio become an award-winning studio admired by videographers around the world. (As a side note: what in the world am […]Read more "Ryan Koral of Epic Motion “Shares” Some Valuable Advice"
Today we have the “head coach” of wedding filmmaking himself, Matt Davis. Some great business advice is to be had. So click through and be edumacated.Read more "Featured Filmmaker Friday – Matt Davis"
Today we have part 1 of a 2-part series on video business coaching. Kris Simmons of Mind Your Video Business shares his 11+ years of business experience in this industry.Read more "Featured Filmmaker Friday – Kris Simmons"
Today on the show we have 25+ year video veterans, 5-time EventDV Top 25 all-stars, Steve and Laura Moses of Vantage Point Custom Films. Loads of great knowledge and a lot of fun too!Read more "Featured Filmmaker Friday – Steve and Laura Moses"
When I first started in this business (nine years ago this month by the way), I produced wedding films in a style that today people call “cinematic short form.” They were cinematic…and they were short. :) (That is, short compared to the 90 minute to 2-hour wedding videos that a lot of studios were doing […]Read more "Literal Truth vs. Emotional Truth in Event Filmmaking"
One of the most important investments a bride can make in her wedding is capturing those moments, both on photos AND video. Each brings to the table something special and unique. There’s something magical about one special moment frozen in time in a high quality photograph. Likewise, there’s nothing more powerful at taking you back […]Read more "Epson Ad Disses Wedding Videographers"