Today we are writing history. When the Spielberg of the next generation wins an Oscar for a historical documentation of the human rights violations of our times, we will find our names in "The Cameron's List" (of people that stayed silent when much could be demanded of the European Union).
On 12th September, we marched to Parliament Square to raise our voices and to ask the government to accept more refugees. Unfortunately, not much has been acheived since. The UK still stands at accepting only 20,000 refugees by 2020. More people will have squeezed into Dubai for the EXPO2020 by then, and here we are wondering how this many will fit in all of UK. Bravo.
Here is a video of our song and dance party at the Refugees Are Welcome March
Wedding Films must also be "films". There is no reason for them to not be beautiful, fluid, romantic, fun with a bit of mundane thrown in to the mix. For that to happen, make sure your wedding videographer must know a few things - some that you will have to tell her, and others that she learns of her craft.
1. Movement is Everything
A static still shot will not convey what a moving fluid shot can. Whether the movement is handheld or on a slider or steadycam, there must always be movement. One technique i apply in every single shot is making you, the subject, my anchor point around which the camera moves.
2. Family Matters
Introduce the videographer to all the important family members so they get the maximum screen time possible. It is perfectly normal for your parents and siblings to be stressed out during the entire evening, such that they don't even make it into the wedding videographer's lens. If they have been introduced prior to the beginning of the event, the videographer will m...