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Martin & Carmen

Love knows no two souls more unique than those who commit themselves to it, and so Martin & Carmen possess a love for one another unlike any other we’ve seen before. It all starts with their one of a kind personalities, blended together in a commitment to live life in the arms of the other. This was evident in the first meeting we had with these two and became all the more promenade with each meeting afterward, culminating with Martin in his dapper tux and Carmen in her elegant wedding dress. The day began at the Hyatt Place in the Eagle Village of Fredericksburg Virginia, where Carmen prepared herself next to her family and dearest friends. Afterward we all made a mad dash over to the mediterranean styled Morais Vineyards in Bealeton Virginia.

If you find this wedding particularly beautiful (as you should) please head over to our dear friend’s blog to few their entire wedding photography post, photographed by Linda of Andsam Photo.

The Highlight Film

The highlight film is a fast paced film, cut between the greatest moments of the day, layered in between some of the day’s most moving auditory moments. The film is then layered together and stylized using our very unique cinematic techniques. The end result is a highlight of the entire day, from start to finish.


The Ceremony Film

The ceremony film is cut between three cameras and five audio sources, choosing the best angle for any given moment in time. The film is then layered together and stylized using our very unique cinematic techniques. The end result is the entire ceremony, from start to finish, reprised in a seamless and timeless manner.

The Reception Film

The reception film is just like the ceremony film, being cut between three cameras and five audio sources, choosing the best angle for any given moment in time. The film is then layered together and stylized using our very unique cinematic techniques. The end result is all of the coordinated moments from the reception, from start to finish, reprised in a seamless and timeless manner.

Tim Yantz

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