August 25, 2010
I'm attending the Wedding and Event Videographers Association annual convention in Orlando Florida this week to continue to educate myself on the new trends in the industry as well as to network with friends from around the world who also film weddings. It's always a great time and I will return to NYC energized for the weddings and wedding edits that I have coming up!
Although I'm a wedding videographer I also love taking photos and know many of you bring a small camera with you when out on the town, on vacation and more. Here is an article I saw this morning with tips on how to take better photos with your digital camera.
August 22, 2010
I worked with one of my favorite NYC photographers last weekend at an East Hampton Point Wedding. David Vaughan lives and works in Manhattan and the Hamptons with most of his work throughout the Hamptons. Here are a few shots he took of me during a few down moments we had. To learn more about David and see his work, check out DavidVaughan.com
August 18, 2010
The Bridgehampton Tennis & Surf Club hosted the grand celebration of Catalina and Jake's wedding reception on July 17 with a team of Tim Alan Smith wedding videographers there to document the day. Amazing NYC photographer Timothy Lee was also there to capture the still images from the day as Catalina and Jake first exchanged vows at the beautiful Queen of the Most Holy Rosary in Bridgehampton before an evening of revelry that ended with a bonfire on the beach!
August 11, 2010
I happened upon this clip today and thought I would share. It gives you an idea of how powerful video is compared to looking at just a still image. This video doesn't even have sound but seeing how the people move and how things have changed is a great testament to the importance of YOUR wedding video years from now!