It’s unusual that I’d just share a video, without the wedding pictures or story alongside it. Yet when film maker Philip White showed me his latest offering – a cinematic take on the wedding film – I couldn’t help but want to post it immediately.
Grab yourself something to drink, sit back, relax, and enjoy.
This is completely captivating.
Photography: Shell De Mar Photography
Oh my God, I’m BACK! I know it’s a terrible cliché but these past two weeks have been a whirlwind of epic proportions. From Reading to Santorini to Mykonos to London (where we taught two back-to-back workshops no less, what were we thinking?!) Gala, Shauna and I haven’t had much time to rest, but we’ve had the time of our lives in the process.
It already feels like a million years ago but on the flight to Greece Gala informed us that she wanted to make some home videos to commemorate our trip (yey!) What ensued was a mix of stupidity, sailing and a mammoth sunglasses trying on session…
After three days in Oia (the most beautiful place I’ve ever visited – by far!) we hopped on a ferry to Mykonos for some much needed R&R. We stayed at the utterly beautiful Grace Hotel (AKA paradise) and believe me when I say I don’t think I’ve ever stayed in a hotel so fabulous. The pool alone made it worth the terrible (and rocky) four hour boat trip!
Most of our fellow hotel guests were honeymooners. If you fancy the Greek Islands for your honeymoon you have to stay here, just tell them the girl with the pink hair sent you. I do wonder what the staff and other guests made of us though. The three excitable girls who rocked up all sequins and tattoos certainly made an impression!
We also had an unexplainable obsession with Club Tropicana during this part of the holiday, hence why it ended up being the song in this video. Warning: it will be in your head all day after watching this. Sorry in advance…
But on to the real reason why you popped by today – Thursday Treats. Prepare yourself for a bumper edition…! I mean, I did promise you one didn’t I?!
So, did you miss me?
Weddings & Weddingy Things
♥ Intimate touch of vintage wedding
♥ Confetti-filled Cali wedding
♥ Superhero inspired engagement ring
♥ Black and white Italian wedding
♥ Handmade Californian ranch wedding
Photography: Matthew Morgan Photography
This wedding video has a pretty intense intro but I utterly love it. Wow, what a beautiful way to share a wedding…
“It’s definitely not your typical wedding videography, and be warned, the first 56 seconds are a bit intense for some”, wrote photographer and film maker Dallas Kolotylo who sent this my way.
“To me this video represents the wedding day. Everything leading up to it is hectic and crazy and noisy, and it probably even gives you a headache. And then the day comes and it flies past you and its done, and then you settle into your life and you think back about it. You never remember the whole day as it happened, but you have these memories of feelings, almost random little things that always stick with you about the day. That’s what the video is to me, its a feeling I’ve had for a long long time, and I just tried to make the video in a way that expressed that feeling.”
Please note: This video contains flashing images from the outset.
When you’re scared, listen to the advice of a six year old…
the Scared is scared from Bianca Giaever on Vimeo.
I’ve been playing with my Holga DSLR lens – so fun!
The London Blogcademys were nothing short of incredible. Like, seriously mind-blowing. I am forever in debt to the 60 (!) guys & gals who spent two whole days with us, each of them battling sleet, snow and precarious public transport to make it to the beautiful Curtain Road Studios in Shoreditch.
I am so immensely grateful to the ridiculously talented Richard Wakefield of FX Media for being there to capture the magic on film, to Lisa Devlin & Emily Quinton for guest teaching and to Shell de Mar for snapping away mercilessly.
I’ll be sharing much more about what went on at both events over the coming weeks, but I couldn’t resist posting Richard’s amazing video today…
“Jeez, is she still banging on about The Blogcademy?” I hear you wail… Well yes actually because I. am. excited! It is by far one of the biggest and most rewarding projects I’ve been involved in and I just can’t stop smiling about the whole thing! And of course I don’t want you to miss it!
Tickets to our second (oh yes!) London date went on sale on Friday and are already selling quickly – we’re thrilled! But even more thrilling is hanging out in our secret graduate (and undergraduate) private forum – the excitement and anticipation in there in palpable. It’s so cute seeing all the newbies making friends with the New York gals, everyone asking and giving advice, people planning to meet up beforehand and others arranging to share hotel rooms. Now you know you wanna be a part of that!