These are my favorite lenses that I bring to every wedding that I film! They work with nearly every camera, and are surprisingly affordable too. 😊
Some of my earliest memories are of Summer trips my family would take to stay at a cabin on a ranch in Southern Colorado. My brother and I practically grew up there, but we found that as we grew older, the ranch was one of those rare places that were frozen in time. Here, it was always 1992.
I know this isn’t a typical Wedding Film or tutorial, but I hope you enjoy watching this personal travel film to one of my favorite places on Earth.
Once you’ve watched the film, check out the behind the scenes:
I always carry a prism in my bag when filming weddings, ready to use it for a ton of creative in-camera effects. Is it possible to improve upon my basic prism though? There’s a small company called Prism Lens FX trying to do just that! I tested their prism and lens filters at a wedding, and am now ready to share if they are worth the price.
It has been nearly 10 years since I filmed my first wedding way back in early 2010! It’s time to watch that wedding film and react to how well I did (or didn’t do). 😂
The Aputure 120D ii is one of the most popular lights available today, but how does it handle lighting a wedding reception? This is my review of the Aputure 120Dii for wedding filmmakers, where I will be comparing its features, versatility, and price, to my current favorite, the Practilite 602.
With powerful and affordable 6K shooting cameras like the Blackmagic Pocket 6K and Panasonic S1H now available, it’s time to build a computer that can quickly edit the videos these cameras create. Whether you are shooting 4K, 6K, 8K, no matter if it is raw video or not, this video editing computer build will be capable of editing your footage fast in Premiere Pro, Da Vinci Resolve, or basically any other video editing software. It’s also great for photo editing, mixing music, gaming, and livestreaming too!
This build guide will show you the exact parts you need to purchase to build a monster video editing PC for under $1500, as well as some upgrade parts that will make your edits even faster if you have the budget!
💲 Smaller budget? Watch my $650 video editing build guide