Ronak and Bani blew us away with their Indian/Hindu wedding! We filmed for 5 days in a row, capturing beautiful moments of the culture, the family, and the couple. We literally filmed 2 weddings in 1. Enjoy this short film of a beautiful #IndianWedding that included a Sikh wedding and an Hindu wedding.
#IndianWeddingCinematography is becoming more and more of our speciality. Our team, with me leading the vision on each wedding, is always challenged. No wedding is easy – but the professionalism and the teamwork we have, allows us to keep Aperina Studios as a leading Indian #WeddingVideography company in Northern California. Additionally, we like to bring “cinema tools” to each wedding that are not necessarily part of the wedding cinematography package (as we don’t really care about profit margins to be honest) – we care about capturing amazing shots and telling a story in a way that the Indian culture is used to seeing – in a dramatic and epic way. Drone shots allow us to capture footage that is breath-taking from the sky. Jib/Crane shots allow us to show the venue and other aspect of the wedding decoration in a way that is more cinematic and beautiful. Besides all the typical tools like tripods and glide-cam, we are able to create shots on another level that many other Indian Wedding Videography companies will try to compete with. We love setting the bar high and I believe that this cinematic wedding video sets the bar high.
Capturing the wedding is not the end of the process. We love telling stories with our edits. It is as important to be a good #WeddingVideographer as well as a really good editor. It doesn’t matter what software we edit in (we use #FCPX ), but it matters how we put the story together. I believe that our editing is as strong and more importantly in tandem with our creative filming techniques. This allows our end product, a cinematic wedding film, to be beautiful, emotional and a true reflection of the bride and groom. A true priceless memory for the beautiful couple.
Song choices: The Open Door – Cowboys in Japan (Licensed with The Music Bed) & Well Kept – Ryan Taubert (Licensed with The Music Bed)
Cinematography: Aperina Studios ( https://aperina.com )
Ceremony: Sikh Gurdwara Sahib
Henna: Mehndi Designer (Neeta Sharma)
Hair: The Secret Brush
Make Up: Make Up by Yeya
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