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nutz.It's too shaky and your camera movements are too quick for the type of shots you're getting imo.
Also I know it may be for your artistic purposes, but try to film on a flat axis a little more, I found myself tilting my head to the side for a third of the video
Also did you pick the music? it wouldn't be my first choice for a wedding video, but if the clients picked it then that's alright I guess.
LynxNationIs this just your portion of the filming or the collective between the two? If it's just yours and your job was to capture just lifestyles and B-roll then I totally get why most of the ceremony is left out.
Weddings are way harder than they seem and clients can be picky but super lucrative. Keep gettin out there!
Aidin954I shot with my steadicam solo for practically all day.
My Job was b-roll and for the ceremony a cutaway angle so i was literally in that position on my slider for the whole ceremony.
Weddings are great, just booked two more haha!
nutz.slight bit of slowmo helps with fast pans and camera shake too if you're not using audio,
here's one a friend and I shot back in august if you wanna throw some critiques at that too
KaneDogA lot of really cool shots, but I think the chronological order is a bit messed up, it felt a bit random and disconnected. For instance, he establishes the scene (the house) then moves to the bridesmaids but then goes back to the outside shots of the house
nutz.ahh yeah I see what you mean, like when the brides already dressed but then it goes back ot them getting ready?