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Film Critiques

Your film’s not working but you’re not sure why. Or maybe you know why but can’t figure out how to fix it. We’ll take a look and let you know how we think you can take it to the next level. Wedding filmmakers don’t have the luxury of scripted lines, multiple takes, “quiet on set” or well-behaved extras (we’re looking at you, iPad-wielding uncle!). Over the course of thousands of wedding films, we’ve developed a tried and true workflow in order to repeatedly create unique love stories without falling victim to the dreaded “cookie cutter” approach. We’d be thrilled to help you craft the most genuine narrative possible, one that your couple will love and cherish for a lifetime.

Here are some things we could talk about—

  • Identify an emotional thread before making the first cut

  • Create unique mini-stories from your strongest content

  • Our favorite Music Bed features that help speed up music selection

  • Combine audio elements as punctuation in your narrative

  • So much more!

shoot for the edit

You’re already a pro when it comes to keeping your subjects in focus while filming, but it’s equally important to keep the edit in focus as well. Learn specific techniques to ensure you set yourself up for success once you put the camera down and plug in your drive.

Here are some things we could talk about—

  • Shooting for deliverables: the sweet spot for GBs

  • Shooting for your brand: how you’ll use your clips

  • Prioritizing your time: don’t shoot to look busy

  • Know what you can fix in post: where to save time shooting

  • So much more!

Process TipS/Techniques

With the need to work quickly and efficiently to stay on top of a packed schedule, we’ve developed a continuously expanding collection of techniques to help increase our speed without sacrificing the quality of our films, and we want to share it with you!

Here are some things we could talk about—

  • A-Roll/B-Roll notation and chunking

  • Awesome shortcuts to speed up your workflow

  • Find the right take in less time

  • Fun tips to add new levels of creativity to your films in no time

  • So much more!

Working with a team

You may have a handle on how to knock out amazing films on your own, but there’s a limit to the number of edits one person can complete in a year. If you want to grow your business, you’ll have to look at expanding your team, which means letting someone else work on your films. We know all about the risk involved and the headaches that can come from working with a team, but we’ve refined it through the course of working with our in-house 15 person team, so we can help you get started!

Here are some things we could talk about—

  • Defining your brand standards and what makes your films unique

  • Training editors to maintain your brand standards

  • Managing creative personalities

  • Figuring out what parts of the process to outsource and how

  • So much more!

Want to chat about something else?

Choose the Other category and we can talk about whatever you’d like!

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