Photo Video Combo


SCROLL DOWN for Photos

This gallery has been added in August 2019, as a demonstration of how I (Jonathon Dow) can shoot both the Photography Stills AND Cinematic Video at the same time. I use a set of cameras throughout the day, switching between them as I go.

When I am on the move (during all the bits of the day which aren’t the Ceremony, Speeches and First Dance) I have one of my stills cameras around my neck for shooting dedicated Canon CR2 RAW photo files. And I carry another camera on a motorised Crane 2 Gimbal which is only for shooting HD Motion Video at 60 frames per second (for silky smooth slow-motion playback). I point this out because a lot of photographers who offer ‘photo-video’ packages tend to shoot everything in video only and then think that it is acceptable to pause the video to screen-grab stills from. I do not do this, as it results in poor quality photos.

For the Ceremony, Speeches and First Dance, I set up three remotely controlled video cameras and three separate sources of audio, so that the entire Ceremony, Speeches and First Dance are filmed properly and presented as such on the finished movie. You get to hear everything that was said for these parts of the day too. For the other bits of the day, I use music that you used at your Wedding. During the Ceremony, Speeches and First Dance. And while the video cameras are running, I shoot Photo Stills with my dedicated Stills Cameras in Canon CR2 RAW format.

You will receive a gift-boxed USB Memory Card which will contain all of the Photo Stills in their edited full-size and full-quality JPEG format, ready for you to print, share, give away etc., as you wish. There will be an order form for whichever book(s) are included in your package. For the Movie, you will receive three DVDs which are printed onto so they appear like commercially bought DVDs. One for the Bride & Groom, and two to give to each side of the family.

So you see, it is so easy for me to cover both parts together. And it doesn’t take any more time up on the day either, because when there are multiple people with cameras, the time gets shared out, as the photographer would shot their stills, and then the videographer would shoot their video.

Pic_1 Pic_2 Pic_3 Pic_4 Pic_5 Pic_6 Pic_7 Pic_8 Pic_9 Pic_10 Pic_11 Pic_12 Pic_13 Pic_14 Pic_15 Pic_16 Pic_17 Pic_18 Pic_19 Pic_20 Pic_21 Pic_22 Pic_23 Pic_24 Pic_25 Pic_26 Pic_27 Pic_28 Pic_29 Pic_30 Pic_31 Pic_32 Pic_33 Pic_34 Pic_35 Pic_36 Pic_37 Pic_38 Pic_39 Pic_40 Pic_41 Pic_42 Pic_43 Pic_44 Pic_45 Pic_46 Pic_47 Pic_48 Pic_49 Pic_50 Pic_51 Pic_52 Pic_53 Pic_54 Pic_55 Pic_56 Pic_57 Pic_58 Pic_59 Pic_60 Pic_61 Pic_62 Pic_63 Pic_64 Pic_65 Pic_66 Pic_67 Pic_68 Pic_69 Pic_70 Pic_71 Pic_72 Pic_73 Pic_74 Pic_75 Pic_76 Pic_77 Pic_78 Pic_79 Pic_80 Pic_81 Pic_82 Pic_83 Pic_84 Pic_85 Pic_87 Pic_86