This is un-edited and at the wrong angle (I have another vid coming that's supposedly straight on) but it gives you an idea. I wanted to pop grandma, screwing up the shot, but she finally got out of the way.
Grandma did the correct thing .. don't want a bride taking a tumble over her train.This is un-edited and at the wrong angle (I have another vid coming that's supposedly straight on) but it gives you an idea. I wanted to pop grandma, screwing up the shot, but she finally got out of the way.
Agreed on the colorstrip minis. I have a pair of minis that sync with my 9X18s but they're currently being held hostage by my estranged wife. Thanks for the props on the sparklers. I did coach the couple and told the photog and videographer what was going on. Here's a shot the photog just sent over.Get rid of those color changing lights!!! They have no place in a first dance, or any formality!
Sparklers were used properly though and created the proper effect and response.
In regards to capturing it... I always tell Photogs and videographers if I’m using any effects, and when to expect them so they’re in position. I also coach the couple to do a kiss or dip or something to make the photos special. I also do it minimum 2x in a dance to give the photog a chance to get a variety of photos. The photos I shared are the ones that we’ve taken... I have no idea what the photographer got to respond to if they’re album worthy or not. They’re definitely social media worthy as they generate a cool response.