Knowing your documentary style and editing foibles I can confirm that this is typical "Zaskar". I liked it, there's no way a "pro" videographer could sell this intrusive style to a paying Bride's Mother but, in a couple of years, your sister will be glad that you captured the real day, not just the sugar and spice version.
Yeah, that choice puzzled me too. As a piece of work it's fascinating. As The Guru says, it's a refreshing change from sugar and spice but I'm not entirely sure your sister will approve of some of the less than flattering shots....
LOL - hmmm, tainted love - what can I say... My sis ws sooo Duran duran / soft cell / boy george - I know she will love the tune and hopefully appreciate the satire / bloody cheek. She did say i was 'off the lead'.
I will prob do an edit for the more sober viewer too - with far less enthusiasm.
Full version in deluxovision should be posted in an hour or so.
My excuse for such a crap filming job is that I had to give her away too.
It was really real to this viewer. I like the format it worked really well. Keep in mind weddings are always tough and they never ever do the pictures or video go as planed. Your video was as good as it gets in real time. I am sure the family and friends also the bride and groom will always enjoy seeing this great video.
Hi, I enjoyed watching it also. Not that I've seen many wedding videos but I imagine that some of them can be very sugar coated as mentioned. It was nice to see "real people" involved in a "real event" and I thought your use of screen sizes was very interesting.
I'm curious to hear what your sister thinks