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We recently had the pleasure of filming Brittany and Michael's incredible Long Island wedding. The ceremony was at St. Aidan's Church in Williston Park and was followed by the reception at NYIT de Seversky Mansion in Glen Head. The wedding was beautiful and we were so honored to be a part of it. Congratulations to the new Mr. and Mrs. DiFiore!

Lead: Roberto Garcia
2nd Camera: John Galeano
Editor: Michael Chow

 


After working countless events with my team and producing some of the best wedding cinematography on Long Island, Erica and I definitely had one less thing to worry about on our big day. I’m so proud to share this video of our wedding day at The Crescent Beach Club, as it is symbolizes my greatest personal and professional accomplishments. Enjoy.

Lead: Roberto Garcia
2nd Camera: John Galeano
Editor: Michael Chow


You want to book a videographer for your big day but you're on a tight budget. No worries. Companies such as WedFlik, Wedding Mix, Shoot It Yourself, and many others give you the chance to have your guests film all the special moments during your wedding and then offer editing services for the compiled footage, saving you a ton of money. Some of these companies even send out a few HD cameras for rental. Sounds great, right? Well, perhaps in theory, but here are some important things to consider if you're thinking about going this route...







Check out this awesome 360° timelapse video by German photographer, Jonas Ginter. It took him more than two years to achieve the desired effect and the result is well worth the wait.


Interesting video of twenty strangers being asked to kiss for the first time. Simple and beautiful piece.