Wedding Photography & Videography
How we work together on your wedding day
Wedding photography & videography are both wonderful ways of documenting your day and work in harmony to capture every bit of the day for you. I know some couples have concerns about the number of people and cameras around during the day and worry that having both means spending more time away from your guests but this isn’t the case. With the best photographers & videographers you wont feel like you have the paparazzi following you around all day, both will be discrete and relaxed making it possible to capture all the candid natural moments without interruption.
To help give you a better understanding of how we work together and what to expect I have got the wonderful Grace from Keeley films here to chat to you about how it all works.
Meet Keeley Wedding Films
Hey! I’m Grace and together with my husband Brad, we’re Keeley Wedding Films. We’re all about adventure and second chances, embracing all the ups and downs life throws at us!
Growing up in a big family I’m a funny mix of bold, loud and fun-loving, as well as an introvert who loves nothing more than curling up in bed with an audio book and a good puzzle game. Brad is level-headed and calm, using humour to defuse any awkwardness he feels, and on a walk he’ll always stray off the beaten track seeking out an adventure!
How would you describe your style of videography?
Emotional, cinematic films that show off your sense of adventure and tell your story.
For us it’s all about chucking out the old model of long wedding videos that sat getting dusty in a forgotten box in the loft, and instead creating films you’ll absolutely love and want to watch again and again.
What do you love about documenting weddings?
I love building genuine connections with people and telling their story. I’ve always loved it – asking questions, going beyond just a ‘how are you?’ – getting to know someone properly. And to me it’s the ultimate privilege to be part of our couples’ weddings. I love being with everyone in the morning as anticipation for the day ahead builds, choking back my tears during the ceremony, getting to know them more through the speeches, and seeing them let their hair down and properly celebrate in the evening – it’s all the best! I love it!
What’s your favourite part of a wedding to video?
Confetti, always always confetti! The way the confetti falls on film just looks incredible, with all the smiling faces surrounding the couple – I just love it! I wish I could do a confetti shot every single day!
P.S. in my opinion larger confetti looks better on video! I just love this…