When clients book with us it’s often months or even a year before their wedding date. During that time we’re working diligently to boost the worth of their wedding film.
Last weekend Dean and I had the huge honour of filming Heather and Riley’s wedding. This brave couple along with 90 of their closest family and friends converged on Banff from Portland Oregon and all over the US, to experience nuptials at 2500 meters (that would be 8041 feet for our friends south of the border).
With sun and clear blue skies it was a beautiful Alberta winter day. Winter wedding films are so beautiful. We hope you’ll fall in love with this one.
With wedding number one in India under their belts, Sandeep and Samantha followed up with wedding number two in Edmonton, Alberta. This wedding film is full of life, colour and culture.
A WINTER WEDDING FILM SHOT IN THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS OF ALBERTA.
ON A COLD WINTER DAY, SURROUNDED BY THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS IN ALBERTA CANADA, CAM AND BRITTANY FUSED THEIR LIVES TOGETHER.
In 2013 I was asked to film my first wedding by a fellow at our church. I declined the offer three times as I didn’t feel it was my destiny! Well, he wouldn’t take no for an answer.
So, with a Canon Rebel and a Kodak zi8 we broke into the wedding industry! And so Humble Pie Productions was born.
Since we started filming weddings it's been clear most people could use a little help navigating the the waters of hiring a wedding videographer. This is a list of our top tips to make the process smoother, better inform you and hopefully result in hiring the right film maker for you.
A blog post to start off a new year of filming weddings and creating movies of memories.
Well we started the year with a bang. I’ll be it was a chilly bang. We spent NYE with some wonderful people in Maple Creek Saskatchewan filming in a -32 wind chill.