Having trouble planning your wedding with your fiancee? Think again
Robert Spencer, 55, from Perth, had admitted breaching the peace by shouting and swearing during an argument with his fiancee over their wedding finances last December.
Robert was banned from contacting fiancée Jacqueline MacFayden as part of bail conditions. The order prevented him talking to Jacqueline until August – more than two months after they plan to marry.
A sheriff has allowed the groom-to-be to speak to his fiancée again after a court overturned a ban on them communicating after hearing it was making it impossible for the couple to plan their wedding.
So however bad it gets, remember – at least you can actually talk to your fiancé, even though it may seem like a brick wall at times!
For the full story, see the BBC article.
Bath Chronicle Wedding Fayre
Ido Wedding Films are exhibiting at this year’s Bath Chronicle Wedding Fayre. Held at The Pavilion, Bath on Sunday 11 April 2010 the event runs from 11am to 4pm and features fashion shows at 12.30pm and 2.30pm.
We’ll be offering you a chance to talk to your big day and your wedding videography preferences, view our showreel and pick up samples to watch in the comfort of your own home. We’ll also have special offers running throughout the day for savings on all our wedding video bookings.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Wedding videos: The importance of audio
Audio is important when it comes to any film or video – it makes up 50% of them after all.
As well as the music, score and sound effects, the audio quality of dialogue is hugely important. Fortunately this is always spot on in modern cinema, although unfortunately this isn’t always the case in modern wedding videos, which is what this blog post will aim to highlight!
Below you’ll find some sample footage from Tom and Nicola’s wedding video. The first half of the video shows the clip using just the two directional microphones that are mounted on our cameras. The second half of the video shows the same clip, but this time using our radio microphones as well.
I’m sure you’ll agree the difference is obvious!
Because of this we’d urge everybody looking for a wedding video to check the audio quality of the wedding film company beforehand. That means requesting a recent wedding DVD sample, and not just looking at their wedding video showreel. Also ask them what they use to capture audio, make sure they use radio microphones, and ask how much post-production work they do with the audio to remove hisses or blips.
And remember, don’t be put off by the idea of them! Radio microphones are tiny – we clip them on to the shirt of the officiant and hide them in the flowers on the head table. You won’t even notice their there and the quality they bring is essential.
March – 10% Discount!
It’s the 1st of the month again, which means only one thing – 10% off all weddings in March!
Check if we’re available now and see if you can benefit from this deal which’ll save you at least £140!
Getting married in February? Contact us for a bespoke quote and we’ll see what we can offer you.