Cinematography > Our Approach

In recent years there have been amazing developments with DSLR cameras and you can now shoot beautiful film which looks exactly like the stills professionals produce.   Did you know that whole feature length films can now be shot solely on these cameras?

Whilst shooting moving footage requires many of the same skills as photography there is also a huge learning curve involved – particularly in the art of editing – a highly complex process that has storytelling at the very heart of it.

I view the role of film differently to that of stills and I believe both play a vital role in capturing memories.  For example here you can see how complementary the two formats are when shown together – here are some highlights from a family shoot on location in Venice.

My partner, Brent, is a film maker and certified pilot – I mention this because he is the individual responsible for the safe and insured production of aerial footage using high tech drones.

We are now offering Wedding films but have also produced film footage for location portraiture and commercial projects.  The best thing to do is to get in touch and let us know how you are considering using film and drone work.

This is a short film commissioned by Nikon to show how DSLR filming can be used for location portraiture – you will see what can be achieved with minimal equipment because we also filmed behind the scenes.  Of course our filming kit for weddings is an entirely different story!