He's also on a mission to let today's brides and grooms know that wedding videography has undergone a dramatic metamorphosis from the way too long, poorly produced, 3 hour videos from the past. Now, videography is sleek and sophisticated and if you make the investment to hire a true professional (like James), your finished trailer (aka hightlights) video can look like a beautifully produced music video. James believes a full length wedding video should make you think "cinematography," not "home movie."
I spotted this video on James' Blog and had to share it
In case you don''t have time to watch the video (shot in HD and Super 8) right now, here are some cool screen shots I pulled from the vide as teasers...
A great wedding video captures the love, special moments and unique details...
Saying "I do" at their outdoor wedding ceremony in Mendocino.
During the ceremony the guests made their own pledge to Jason and Wendy and at the end of the they waved colorful, festive pennants. So fun!
It was like a dream.
The video captured all of the details...
Like the bride's bouquet made of vintage brooches and fresh flowers.
The adorable, bride and groom, lovebirds caketopper...
Jason and Wendy's fun and flirty, dancing, grand entrance.
Their printed, egg-in-nest, reception name card holders
Wendy and Jason's wedding day from beginning to end.
If you love watching happy brides and grooms, watch this highlight video when you have the time and can turn your speakers on. I love the song chosen to accompany the footage and even though it's only 3 minutes and 55 seconds long it tells the story of Wendy and Jason's wedding day with plenty of emotion, style and class.
Congratulations to both of you! Anyone can see that your day was special, beautiful and full of love.
To learn more about James and Burkart Studios visit www.BurkartStudios.com