Fair enough, my point was that you can't cite the song having been in a ski video as a legitimate reason for it not fitting the video.
Yea that part was a wedding prep party, but if you had looked over to the right you would have seen that each part of that wedding was broken up into individual edits; i only picked that particular video because of the song.
i appreciate that you liked my video more than the one i linked you too, but i think you're being a little closed minded when it comes to what a wedding film can be. i feel like they're becoming more innovative in style, filming, editing, and overall impression. to be honest, i would way rather have a wedding video like that instead of a traditional video with a shitty enya song.
i completely understand that you're not into this type of wedding video, it is a matter of opinion. but if you watch the other videos by michael wong or orange wedding films, you see that many of their clients seem to have quite a bit of money (based purely off of the fact that they have really lavish weddings). If even these clients are preferring videos like that, it seems to say that wedding videos are probably headed in that direction.
I don't want to make it seem like i'm telling you your opinion is wrong, i'm just saying that this seems to be a trend in wedding films right now and it's what a lot of clients are looking for
The joy I get from skiing...that's worth dying for. - CR Johnson