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Monday, January 25, 2010

A Fantastic Wedding Video at Stonepine Estate

I know for a lot of couples a wedding video seems like an unnecessary expense. And I'd have to agree that if the video is one of those all too common just "mediocre" or "overpriced" examples of what many people perceive wedding videos are all about, they're probably right.
But there are some amazing videographers out there and Andrew Hsu of Studio MSV is definitely one of them. His work is literally brimming, no make that overflowing, with passion, dedication, creativity and professionalism. I just watched this video on his blog. Take a peek, it's only 4 minutes long but will most likely change your perception of what a wedding video can and should be.
Shot last weekend at the Stonepine Estate in Carmel Valley, this highlight movie was for the Bride and Groom to take back with them to Taiwan for their Chinese Banquet reception for 400+ guests.
James sees his bride for the first time...
Capturing the Moment
The dramatic event lighting was created by Enhanced Lighting
Draping also by Enhanced Lighting
A Gorgeous Outdoor Shot
This video is so elegant. I loved it!

1 comment:

  1. Hi Stacie,
    Thank you for the kind words. It's so nice to see Andrew's reminder of that wonderful wedding. He captured the spirit of the day perfectly. All the people collaborating that day -- Patty Lee, Andrew Hsu, Nancy Liu Chin, Anna Kuperberg, John Woods, Kevin Chin, James Burkart -- worked so smoothly together. What a pleasure to join that team of consummate pros!


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