In between shooting and editing weddings, I’ve recently had the pleasure of filming and editing a promotional video for my friend, and one of Ireland’s best leading vocalists, Naoise Stuart-Kelly. Naoise is a very well trained and professional singer, definitely the best I’ve ever heard at a wedding…and perhaps she’s available for your big day too. At every wedding I’ve seen her and her team perform at, they have literally elevated the ceremony to a special, memorable place.
Naoise started Encore Occasions in 2007 and since then has performed and co-ordinated music for hundreds of weddings in Ireland, the UK and Europe. You can go to see Naoise in Dublin this summer, performing each evening, from June to September, in the new stage production Celtic Rising.
I thought I’d share the promo video with you. Click on ‘More’ under the two clips below to view individual songs. Check out Naoise’s website for Encore Occasions by clicking here.
Encore Occasions Wedding Music Promo
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I’m always a happy camper when filming a wedding at Dunboyne Castle in Co. Meath. It’s definitely one of my favorite wedding venues to film in. Gorgeous grounds close to the hotel for your photography session, not too far from home for me.
The staff are tuned in, and are always aware of everything that is going on, especially Tom, who you’ll probably deal with when getting married there. Wedding days always flow smoothly at Dunboyne Castle thanks to Tom and the staff, and I’m looking forward to filming a wedding there again soon. Here’s a small collection of some wedding video clips from Dunboyne Castle…Tags: bride, castle, clip, clips, dublin, dunboyne, dvd, film, filmmaker, films, finlay, groom, hotel, ireland, irish, kildare, leinster, meath, richard, sample, samples, tom, venues, video, videographer, videographers, videography, videos, We, wedding, weddings, wicklow
How important is it to you to have the most important day of your lives as a couple documented carefully and thoughtfully by a professional wedding videographer?
If you’re reading this, I’m guessing it’s very important to you. In 2010 money is an issue for everyone, and we’re willing to work with couples as best we can when discussing price and package, however, at this critical stage in planning your wedding you don’t want to put a foot wrong and make a fatal decision that you’ll regret later.
Your wedding only happens once. And it will happen quickly. There are no second takes on your big day.
I make a living as a wedding videographer, and I make sure that I provide each couple with the best possible wedding video/DVD time and time again. Read just a few words of thanks that brides and grooms have sent to me over the past couple of years, just after they watched their finished wedding DVD: http://www.brideandgroom.ie/feedback/testimonials.html
If you’re considering hiring your uncle Charlie to film (and edit?) your wedding, you might want to reconsider before your decision causes you heartbreak in the future.
Price is important, but you’re not going to feel very good in 10 years time that you saved a few hundred Euro in a time of economic recession, when you’re stuck with a terrible wedding video that you’re ashamed to show to people. As the saying goes “The bittnerness of poor quality remains, long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten”.Tags: blu, bride, charlie, clip, clips, definition, dublin, dvd, film, filmmaker, filmmaking, films, finlay, friend, groom, high, ireland, irish, kildare, leinster, meath, price, pricing, ray, recession, richard, sample, samples, shoot, tube, uncle, video, videographer, videography, videos, wedding, weddings, wicklow, you
If you haven’t seen Martin Scorsese’s classic 1980 film Raging Bull, to me, that’s like saying you’ve been living on earth all these years without seeing the sun or the moon. It’s that good. Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci and others give searingly honest and towering performances. It is not just a film. It is a slice of life. Having watched it recently on Blu-Ray for the first time, it was like experiencing the actual film for the first time all over again.
The following clip, which is a short montage from the middle of the film, is my favourite wedding scene in any movie. It is a simple, haunting piece of great, nostalgic filmmaking. When the time is right, and when circumstances fit, I hope to do a homage to this scene at some stage on a future wedding video. So if any of your grooms out there are boxers, let’s get this happening.
When I watch this clip I’m very grateful that I don’t have to shoot weddings on 16mm or 8mm film. Thank science for the wonders of digital technology. Enjoy!Tags: blu, bride, bull, clip, clips, de niro, definition, dublin, dvd, favourite, film, filmmaker, filmmaking, finlay, groom, high, ireland, irish, kildare, leinster, martin, meath, raging, ray, richard, robert, scene, scorsese, video, videographer, videographers, videography, videos, wedding, wicklow
It now looks like this:
We’ve enlarged the size of the clips so you can see more of what is happening, and we’re also using a new and better player to display the clips . The new sample video page features dozens of all-new wedding video clips from venues all over Ireland. You may see your own church and venue there. If so, you can take a look at it to give yourself a sneak peek of what your day will be like, or to give you an idea of what someone else’s wedding was like at that particular venue. You might even get a few ideas from it.Tags: blu, clips, definition, dublin, dvd, finlay, high, ireland, new, ray, richard, sample, samples, update, video, videographer, videohgraphy, videos, website, wedding