Wedding Cinema

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Wedding cinema
Wedding cinema is the art of documenting a wedding by cinematic style, HD (High Definition Video) it can involve the use of film metaphors with a movie camera and it is closely related to the art of still photography. Its strictest definition should be the use of these cinematic techniques to enhance and elaborate the usual aspects of wedding video.

It involves the proper use of lighting, various camera angles with different lenses, equipment for smooth shooting and solid editing. We tell your story in an artistic way of capturing.
the term is defined as making a movie or film. Within the wedding videography industry it has taken on the following meaning: It is captured and edited for the dramatic effect and mood. It is usually presented with a particular style and “wow” effect that may not be present in a “mere documentary” of the event…”

Wedding videographers have of late obtained relatively cheaper equipment in the form of large censored DSLR cameras and quality lenses. Thus has opened the door to creative filming and editing.
Many Melbourne wedding cinematography studios have moved into producing cinematic wedding videos. So what does it really mean, well simply put it is filmed in a similar style as movies. With the use of camera stabilizers, dollies and off camera lighting to enhance the production value of the vision. Composition and correct exposure and natural lighting all help to enhance the overall look of the wedding film.

The other aspect of wedding cinematography is the ability to compose a natural story. It includes video that relies on sound bites recorded pre, during or in post, usually from the bride and groom. These sound bites are then added to the audio track for dramatic effect and to push the story of the day forward. It helps maintain the audience attention with integrating the sound bites and time shifting the vision to propel the story along.

In conclusion a cinematic wedding video is similar to a short film and typically does not run for longer that 25 minutes. As do most short films, it includes a beginning middle and end. Is filmed with larger censored cameras to produce depth of field or pretty pictures.


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