It’s always an honor when a professional photographer chooses to have us capture their wedding day, so it was an honor when Victoria invited us for her wedding. I called in my long time film partner, Paul Madsen, to head up the cinematography for the day. He captured lots of footage with his amazing Ronin rig and I used my new Canon 1DX Mark II to capture epic 120fps 1080 video. I called in Tom Harmon to add his photography skills into the mix along with a handful of video clips, so collectively we had our A-Team all over this wedding 🙂
They had their wedding at her parents historical house in Salem, NJ, which was built in the 1700’s, burned down, restored, and endured all sorts of amazing trials before her parents later purchased it. Victoria also has a degree in printmaking, so crafty goodness is her specialty. All of the decor was handmade and incredibly intricate – the attention to detail was astounding and every element had a story behind it.
Given our relationship and her being a pro photographer, I brought in some extra big guns for this one, including my long time film partner, Paul Madsen. Paul and I have created dozens of corporate films throughout the years, traveling all over together and have developed our filmmaking skills together across the better part of a decade. He brought his hollywood level Ronin rig for buttery smooth stabilization, I used my new Canon 1DX Mark II at 120fps for ridiculous slow motion, and since photographer Tom Harmon also captured footage of the guys getting ready and a few extra angles throughout the day, we were able to build this Cinema Highlight that is completely unique to Victoria and Mike: check it out here.
Then… check out our favorite images from the wedding day: