Hi all, Thought I'd share with you the experiences of my first wedding video.
We run a small entertainment and event services company, and for the past year we have diversified the business to doing filming jobs. Over the year we have done a few projects mainly promotional and publicity stuff with our XL1s.
We all decided at the business that wedding videos would be a good line to get into, and so as my sister was getting married this at the start of June we saw it a good place to try it out and learn some things. Generally the filming part went really well, and I was quite pleased with the footage, but the thing that pi**ed me off was the photographer getting in the way of practically every shot. and so you either try and move and end up wobbling all over the place, or you miss the shot completely.
Anyway the point of me rambling on is to ask those who regularly do weddings, is how you overcome not just the photographer but others getting into a good shot aswell, do you just move and risk editing out the footage, or do you run a strict shoot and get your helper to stop anyone getting in your way just while you film?
Anyway sorry its so long.