Bruce S via Flickr, Agape Films blog I discovered Agape Films a while back, and have been a fan ever since. The Agape artists capture the raw intensity of the wedding day in an incredibly beautiful way, and definitely make a convincing argument to splurge on an amazing wedding videographer ...

Mark 'Something Old' off your wedding planning checklist and get an incredible keepsake documenting your special day... with a Super 8 wedding film! This vintage-style gem is by Studio Z Films, and it took my breath away and made my heart skip a beat! Enjoy!

After seeing this film on the Once Wed blog, I discovered Joel Serrato Films. If you love vintage, you're in for a treat... Serrato creates short wedding films using a 1960's film format called 'Super 8'. Super 8 films have a raw vintage feel, and when I watched ...

Ben McElroy of McElroy Films (one of our fabulous OneWed wedding pros) recently wrote to tell us about a new trend in wedding videography. McElroy Films uses state of the art Canon EOS 7D cameras to shoot weddings. These cameras boast some fantastic features, including the ability to shoot with ...

View on ExposureRoom View on ExposureRoom In this article, Damon Dietz of Absolute Media Productions talks you through two different styles of wedding video, and helpfully provides you examples of each. The first is documentary, the second cinematic. Which style do you like? Afternoon or Evening Affair? DJ or Band ...

Ask the Experts is your chance to ask a panel of wedding professionals for their advice on your wedding dilemmas. If you have a question for our panel write asktheexperts@onewed.com A groom wrote in: What are the pros and cons of hiring a videographer? Obviously, one con is ...

A minister, a photographer, and a planner walk into a room ... no, it isn't a joke, it's our Ask the Experts column. Ask the Experts is your chance to have all of your wedding planning questions answered by a panel of wedding professionals. If you have a question ...

As you already know, OneWed is the place that brides can dish the truth! I see good and bad reviews come in each and every day. And when it comes to the bad, these can get ugly... One recurring theme for bad reviews, specifically with our wedding photographers and videographers- ...

Special to OneWed by Nathan Maulorico of Unknown Films 1. What style of video do you create? Some common responses will be: Cinematic, meaning movie-like with music and highlights that tell a story. Documentary, meaning real time events possibly with music added. Traditional, meaning some music and highlights with a ...

Your wedding video will last a lifetime. Are you thinking about hiring a videographer for your wedding? Nathan Maulorico of Unknown Films gives you the top ten questions you should ask a videographer before hiring him or her. Don't forget to check out our Advice Section for Top Tips ...

Special to OneWed By Nathan Maulorico of Unknown Films Depth of focus: The range of image distances corresponding to the range of object distances. This term is well understood by most filmmakers and videographers - it’s an important part in what we do. Without depth of focus, it would be ...

Say "I Do" to I Do Stream.com and broadcast your wedding, live! Did you know that you could bring your wedding vows and beautiful ceremony to all those loved ones who just couldn't make the big day? With high travel costs and the uncertain economy throwing a wrench ...

Special feature from Nathan Maulorico of Unknown Films Depth of focus: The range of image distances corresponding to the range of object distances. Depth of focus is an important part in what filmmakers and videographers do. Without depth of focus, it would be impossible to place objects or people where ...